Wood County Board of Supervisors narrowly passed a groundwater protection ordinance Tuesday. (Anderson, Gannett Co. News) (Mal Contends)
Wisconsin State Sen. Julie Lassa (D-Stevens Point) spoke in favor of the groundwater ordinance.
State Rep. Scott Krug (R-Nekoosa and ALEC) was absent.
Why did State Rep. Scott Krug (R-Nekoosa and ALEC) blow off this meeting?
Krug is quietly assisting Scott Walker, Walker's DNR and the Dairy Business
Association in their project in which one objective and inevitable consequence is to contaminate
literally toxify area lakes and groundwater.
This is what a corrupt group of politicians and Big Ag do when they sell out the people of Wisconsin for money.
The owners don't live on the industrialized factory farms, they safely live far away from the millions of tons of liquidized manure they deposit into the environment.
Krug is running a con on the people of 72nd state assembly district in central Wisconsin. Krug pretends to care about the health of water, and even instituted an informal surface-water citizens advisory group in which members say Krug never took minutes, often didn't show up, and then made numerous references to the group during campaign season.