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NOTE: The following letter was penned by our very own Tom Kruzen, who for various reasons is unable at present to post to this forum. Because the letter is worthy of re-publication, and this is as good a forum as any, here it is:
January 26, 2012
(EDITOR's NOTE: The following is submitted for Tom Kruzen who is currently experiencing login problems.)
THOUGHTS ON THE ATOMIC AGE
Nurse sick after aiding gas worker
Cathy Behr is back at work and recovering after she fell ill from helping a
Exxon Facing Shareholder Revolt Over Approach to Climate Change
Monday 19 May 2008
New York - A shareholder revolt at ExxonMobil led by the billionaire Rockefeller family has won the support of four significant British institutional investors who will call on Monday for a shakeup in the governance of the world's biggest oil company.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 15 -- The Army Corps of Engineers has issued a permit to allow Chesapeake Operating Inc. to install a water intake structure and rehabilitate a boat ramp on the Little Red River north of Searcy in White County.
The permit, issued under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, requires several conditions before, during and after construction. The conditions are the result of concerns expressed during the Corps' public interest review that included comments from the public and other agencies.
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