Pierce for Arizona Mine Inspector Blog


Uranium Mining: a History of Contamination - Hydrology and the Grand Canyon

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Environment Posted On August 27, 2018


In the visitor center, on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, is a picture window with stunning views of the Canyon. Etched in the glass is a quote from Theodore Roosevelt’s speech where he dedicated the Grand Canyon as one of the Nation’s first National Parks:
 
Do nothing to mar its grandeur, for the ages have been at work on it and man cannot improve it. Keep it for your children, your children’s…

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Show your support!

by William "Bill" Pierce

Campaign Info Posted On August 20, 2018


Yard signs are starting to roll out. Currently, they can be picked up at many Democratic offices in Maricopa County, soon they should be available around the state. Here is where you can pick up your yard sign now:

LD1 34225 N. 27th Drive St. 110 Building 2, Phoenix AZ 85085

LD12/LD25 1959 S Val Vista Dr, Suite 132 Mesa AZ 85204

LD15 1524 W Bell Rd Suite 7, Phoenix, AZ 85023

LD17 1450 W Warner Rd, Gilbert, AZ…

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Vote for mine safety

by William "Bill" Pierce

Thoughts and Musings Posted On August 13, 2018


The state mine inspector does not make rules, the office only enforces the rules already in place. The stronger those rules are, the safer mines are, the safer miners are, the safer the environment is, and the safer the taxpayer is. Yet, we are living in an unprecedented time in this country where these regulations are being decreased.


Rules that prevented mines from dumping into waterways have been overturned. Rules requiring mining companies…

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