West Virginia\’s governor has ordered the company at the center of a chemical spill that tainted the water supply for the state capital to begin the process of removing all above-ground storage tanks from the Charleston operation.
They can remove the spill from the people that were affected, but they cannot remove the people, who were willing to let the corporations spill things into their environment, exist.
It just seems to me, in the context of regulation (history), that the people of West Virginia are more than willing to trust corporations, than their elected officials.
At least trust them more than their Republican leaders.
Of course, during the 2016 elections they will probably all vote Republican, ha!!!