Fate of Idaho megaloads hangs at stake at hearings

Full story: TwinCities.com

A panel of lawyers including Richard Hart , an attorney for Mammoet USA, listens as River Dance Lodge owner Peter Grubb testifies, left, on Monday, April 25, 2011, during an Idaho Transportation Department hearing in Boise.

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OH, GREAT, now the treebuggers want to DICTATE what can travel over our highways. First, it was about the St. Croix bridge, then it was the Taylors Falls cell phone tower, then it was the cell phone tower at Ely, and now this. Which election was it where the treebuggers got elected and were allowed to have more power than our ELECTED officials? Guess I missed it.

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I agree with your great comments. May God bless you and your family.

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My good People of Idaho
Go to the upper right corner and type in my Zip Code:
06610 and read the stupid comments and insults of a Thug name: Idaho.

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