We already have 36 too many deer farms. Let's not encourage this industry. Let's leave the existing farms under direction of the Department of Natural Resources. Let's leave wild things wild. A concerned sportsman,
We must not put up with greedy leaders
How long must West Virginians be enslaved by irresponsible, greedy corporations and the politically powerful coal and chemical lobbies?
We have a governor and other politicians who rail against the EPA, while ignoring guidance to create a program to prevent hazardous chemical accidents to protect citizens.
Politicians and the corporate leaders have the money to buy water to wash the dirt off their bodies. What about the small business owner who is losing income daily? What about the fast-food worker who has no other job, no car to drive to get free water, no money to buy hand sanitizers or food to make without water? What about our children who are missing more days of school?
This water emergency is not an act of nature; this is an act of irresponsible, greedy corporate leaders and politicians beholden to chemical and coal lobbyists. Don't put up with this insult to you and our wild, wonderful state! Let your voice be heard.
Hazel K. Palmer