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Last Week John Bruhn used the local Indians to attack Representative Rick Nolan for helping our homeless. This is the same political-hiding tactic the Mills-tribe that Bruhn mentioned uses when this paper asks for rebuttal comment. He can't be re...

Last Week John Bruhn used the local Indians to attack Representative Rick Nolan for helping our homeless. This is the same political-hiding tactic the Mills-tribe that Bruhn mentioned uses when this paper asks for rebuttal comment. He can't be reached for comment but staffers said Nolan did this, that and other things.

One of the most important things Rep. Nolan has done to help protect all of our northern lakes' communities is to demand a more southern route from Enbridge and the PUC for the Sandpiper oil pipeline to protect our lakes, rivers, wild rice, fishing, tourism and overall ecosystem for the generations to come.

For me, I believe the issue of the Sandpiper routing of the oil pipeline is important to all of us because every single living thing on the planet needs water to survive. If you are uncertain, ask yourself: What would your Grandma say about helping the homeless, preventing pollution and protecting the environment?

Actions speak louder than words!

Love water, not oil!

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Frank Bibeau

Ball Club

FRANK BIBEAU is an attorney for Honor the Earth.

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