Thursday, September 21, 2006

Pima's Ray Carroll fights foreign mining in S. AZ

TUCSON -- In these dark days of environmentally hostile politics, especially from the GOP, we need more leaders like Republican Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll.

Ray is sticking up for our local interests by working to stop a foreign mining corporation from tearing up the Coronado National Forest in the scenic Santa Rita Mountains.

Most politicians, including Bush, Jon Kyl and Randy Graf, are happy to pimp our natural resources to big money eco-destroyers.

Protecting the environment is a broad public-interest issue, not partisan, and Ray is wise to recognize that.

Thanks, Ray.

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