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Sulfur tax endorsed

June 9, 1972

Condemning current environmental regulations as "slow, costly, and tortuous," University of Minnesota economist Walter Heller has advocated a strong tax on sulfur emissions.

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Sulfur tax endorsed
Condemning current environmental regulations as "slow, costly, and tortuous," University of Minnesota economist Walter Heller has advocated a strong tax on sulfur emissions.
Predator control in the decade of the environment
An overview of changing attitudes toward the predator control measures taken by ranchers and other users of public land. Part one in a series about predator control.

News

The powerful hate to lose
A reprinted article about Herman Werner -- a wealthy Wyoming rancher who is charged with killing 363 golden eagles on his large ranch -- and his efforts to fend off accusations that he has erected miles of "sheep-tight" fence, which harms antelope and other wildlife.
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