Vermont decides whether groundwater is a 'public trust'
“The state will make sure that groundwater is protected.”
In response to a proposal for a water bottling plant in town, East Montpelier voters will be asked whether to ban withdrawing large amounts of groundwater while legislators are considering a bill to protect the ... via New Hampshire Magazine
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#1 Feb 28, 2008
It has already been decided, dear readers, by international foreign entities. I do so wish everyone would wake up to what is going on right under our noses, in front of scaled over eyes. Take off the scales from your eyes! Do not allow ground water or any water to be deemed "public trust".
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