High Court to decide how logging road...

High Court to decide how logging roads regulated

There are 2 comments on the Bellingham Herald story from Dec 1, 2012, titled High Court to decide how logging roads regulated. In it, Bellingham Herald reports that:

At issue: Should the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency keep considering that muddy water the same as water running off a farm field, or start looking at it like a pipe coming out of a factory? The case being heard Monday in Washington, D.C., originated from a small environmental group in Portland, the Northwest Environmental Defense Center.

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Sacramento, CA

#1 Dec 1, 2012
The court needs to consider how to regulate the following:

1- ILLEGAL Mexicans
2- muslims (many of whom are terrorists)
3- The ghetto crowd
4- Firearms in the hands of the above.

Happy Birthday, Jesus Christ.
D Pluribite Unum

Nha Trang, Vietnam

#2 Dec 1, 2012
Papillon wrote:
The court needs to consider how to regulate .
Happy Birthday, Jesus KKKrist.

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