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UPDATE Timeline of Shame: How a Mining Company Got State and Local Governments to Allow Destruction of Wetlands

November 3, 2014 by Maureen Matesuwic and Barbara With UPDATE: On February 27, 2015, GTac President Bill Williams announced that GTac would be closing their Hurley office and discontinuing their pursuit of iron ore mining in the Penokee Hills at this time. Williams blamed the EPA and the wetlands, which he claimed they did not […]

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Sen. Kedzie (R-ALEC) Lies Again … And Again … Schedules Mining Hearing 340 Miles Away from Mine Site

February 14, 2012 by Barbara With On February 13, Sen. Neal Kedzie (R-ALEC) announced that the first of two possible mining hearings has been officially placed on the Senate calendar. This hearing will be a chance for the public to express directly to Fascist Kedzie just how far he has fallen into corruption and graft. […]

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Heartbeat of Red Cliff Band Arrested in Capitol

January 27, 2012 by Barbara With Sam Morris of the Red Cliff Band was arrested for drumming a prayer in the Wisconsin state capitol just after noon today. He was escorted out of the building by Capitol Police officers and was issued a $260 ticket for disorderly conduct. Tribal attorney Glenn Stoddard was nearby and attempted […]

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Holperin raises questions regarding wetlands mitigation

The Senate Committee on Natural Resources held an Executive Session on January 19, 2012.

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Wirch: “…I’m concerned that over time there could be serious damage to our wetlands.”

January 21, 2012 The Senate Committee on Natural Resources held an Executive Session on January 19, 2012.

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