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Man Caused Global Warming: Fact or Fiction? Event with Sen. Mike Jungbauer Today, June 7th 7-9 PM

Here is an invitation for our members from Glenn Kampa and Sen. Jungbauer (who is a smart, terrific speaker).

Man Caused Global Warming: Fact or Fiction?

WHO? Every is encouraged to come. Anyone can attend. Feel free to bring your questions! This event is proudly organized by Glenn Kampa with guest speaker Senator Mike Jungbauer.

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The Economic Consequences of Good Intentions: Mark Glaess

We are pleased to bring you this commentary by Mark Glaess, Manager for the Minnesota Rural Electric Association . Mr. Glaess cites the study we commissioned from the Beacon Hill Institute released last week.

“The Economic Consequences of Good Intentions”

Not long ago, San Francisco officials forced “low-flow” toilets on the populace to save water. However, these water-saving devices are not producing sufficient surge with each flush to keep the solid waste pipes under the streets of San Francisco from becoming constipated. To address this problem, the city just ordered $13 million worth of Clorox to pour down the drains

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‘Reinventing Environmentalism’ Campaign to Kick Off in St. Paul on April 9th

News Release ‘Reinventing Environmentalism’ Campaign to Kick Off in St. Paul on April 9th

Contact: Don Parmeter, Founder
American Environmental Institute
(651) 493-3532 (612) 558-2859 (cell)

St. Paul, MN…..A campaign to give local people a stronger voice in energy and environmental policy at the state capitol and in Washington, D.C., will kick off in St. Paul on Saturday, April 9th. According to organizer Don Parmeter, the modern environmental movement is no longer a grassroots movement and it’s no longer about the environment. “It’s about money, power and control.” he said. “It’s fundamentally about governance. The question is whether we want government from the top-down or from the bottom up.”

Parmeter started the American Environmental Institute to

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