A federal judge says North Dakota's Public Service Commission didn't violate federal law governing surface mining. The Dakota Resource Council had argued in a lawsuit that the PSC failed to get necessary approval for changes to state coal mining and reclamation policies.
In endorsing Randy Christmann for public service commissioner, Forum Communications, the Herald’s parent company, disregarded its own editorial positions and misled its 150,000 readers statewide by knowingly withholding important information.
I urge Herald readers to consider casting their vote for Brad Crabtree. A man of integrity and one who is highly knowledgeable in energy policies, Crabtree would bring vision, thoughtfulness and determination to this very important role of commissioner.
Kevin Cramer, the Republican candidate for the U.S. House, has done a lot of finger pointing, but the bottom line is that he and fellow Public Service commissioner Brian Kalk took campaign contributions from some of the corporate interests and executives they regulate.
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