|An Abandoned Uranium Mine In The Black Hills|
Such A Pretty Sight, Hey?
(photo from sdsmt.uranium.edu)
|In Situ Uranium Mine In Australia.|
(photo from decarbonisesa.com)
Besides wondering why Daugaard doesn't know that the Atomic Energy Commission was dissoved 40 years ago, I find his statement to be not only outrageous on the face of it, but completely at odds with his loudly trumpeted resolution that was passed by the Western Governor's Association last June. Quoting from Daugaard's press release dated last June 13, Daugaard said that "states should be treated as co-regulators of the environment." Get that? "States should be treated as co-regulators of the environment." This is a position I strongly endorse, along with the many outstanding stewards of South Dakota's soil and water (aka ranchers and farmers) who are rightfully fed up with constant EPA intrusion and enforcement of laws that are unnecessary and burdensome as applied to situations that are unique to South Dakota.
|In Situ Mine In Czech Republic|
Sure Blends In, Doesn't It?
(photo from Wikipedia.com)(
|The Southern Hills. Leave 'Em Alone.|
Uranium Mine? We Don't Need No Stinkin' Uranium Mine.
(photo from chspineneedle.com) P.S. Way to go, Central Cobblers!
| An In Situ Mine In Nearby Crawford, NE, 2012|
Good Grief. Somebody Wants To Do This To The Black Hills? Yecch.
(photo from The Rapid City Journal 12/23/12)