MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County Board of Commissioners met with representatives of Ohio Sen. Rob Portman's office Thursday morning to discuss issues of concern in Knox County.



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2 Responses to “Commissioners share concerns of EPA regulations”

  1. Docile Jim Brady

    Hello, Debbyied.

    Would you please be kind enough to furnish an example of a rule or regulation or both, that you perceive is causing job loss in the country.

    I once  completed a disability claim investigation on a ♂ whose brain was pickled from inhaling Pb fumes in the workplace.

    I speculate that he and his family havea different viewpoint, but the rest of us would be better informed on what to say to our legislators were we to know which rules or regulations are causing the problem.

    Thanks in advance.

  2. debbyied

    The EPA needs to be reined in or dne a way with. It causes  job loss in this country because of it ridicious rules and regulations.