Thursday, February 25, 2016

Wisconsin is open for dirty business (with parenthetical clarifications)

No final decisions have been made, but the DNR expects to meet a June deadline for completing a reorganization plan demanded by [Republican] elected officials, agency deputy secretary Kurt Thiede told employees at a videotaped teleconference last week. 

And just in case you didn't see this coming, try this headline on for size.

Nearly five years of one-party Republican rule has significantly altered the way Wisconsin protects its bounty of forests, lakes, streams and other natural resources, and more change may be [are definitelyon the way as the Department of Natural Resources reassesses the work its employees do.

On April 5th, we need to let Walker know that the majority of us aren't gonna be around for him or his pet.


Anonymous said...

Retiring Guy said...

Number of polluted waters in state, counties continue to rise. (Green Bay Press Gazette)