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“How Scott Walker Dismantled Wisconsin’s Environmental Legacy”

[With Democratic and Republican leaders in Minnesota colluding to dismantle the State’s “environmental legacy,” this article about how Scott Walker  has done it in Wisconsin is worth a look.]

From Scientific American.  http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-scott-walker-dismantled-wisconsin-s-environmental-legacy/

As governor of Wisconsin, the likely Republican presidential nomination-seeker consistently dismissed science and sided with polluters

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“What are we doing to our children’s brains?”

“Environmental chemicals are wreaking havoc to last a lifetime”

In November, election results put many anti-health, anti-environmental activists into public office.  Did this happen because millions of people said to themselves “I have too much money … we need more pollution and disease … corporations and banks are being oppressed by the people …?”  I doubt it, but the effect is the same. Continue Reading →

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