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 governor to protect state’s economy

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By expanding state bureacracy Ms. Schwenke means hiring more field inspecotrs for oil and gas operations.  Not sure why that is ‘unfair’...if companies are doing it right no problem?  Or that it is ‘punitive’ again, if no violation no punishment.  On the other hand just look 40 miles upstream to the parachute Creek to understand why both more inspectors and increased fines for illegal lawbreaking activity (i.e. discharging Benzene into Western Colorado’s water supply) are needed.

Ahh, yes.  The Chamber’s goals: ensure prices stay high, wages stay low, and companies can poison our air and water with impunity.  Why Real People think the Chamber’s agenda benefits them is a mystery to me.



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