What does Grannis' firing mean for hydrofracking?
The firing of the head of the state's DEC sent shockwaves through the state's environmental community.
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#1 Oct 26, 2010
Besides hydrofracking there are other issues the commissioner was instrumental with.
As the federal government is no longer interested in ballast water legislation, since Senator Boxer killed legislation passed in the House 395-7, and president Obama ask governor Patterson to step aside, with Mr. Grannis being instrumental in ballast water legislation, and with a new governor, what will this mean for NY's "tough" ballast laws set for implementation in the presidential election year 2012? I would try and ask Senator Schumer these questions, but he is still working on the detailed response he promised to send me in an email, about my questions on ballast water in 2007. He even referred to me as his friend.
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