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Should West Virginia pay fines imposed on coal mining operations owned in part by Gov. Jim Justice?

  • Yes, they should.

    These fines are at least partly the responsibility of Gov. Jim Justice, but the state as a whole bears some responsibility for the coal mines and the violations. They are a big part of how the government is run and the people wanted the mines to stay open despite the violations.

  • No, I don`t think so.

    West Virginia should not be paying fines imposed on coal mining operations. It will make the whole meaning of the fines worthless.The fines are there to deter coal mines from polluting the environment or engaging in unsavory behavior. The government would be wasting it's time.The money would just go back to the government anyway and would be pointless.

  • No, it should not.

    West Virginia should not pay fines imposed on coal mining operations owned by Governor Jim Justice. It is not the responsibility of the taxpayers of West Virginia to pay these fines. If the governor's business interests have incurred fines and penalties, then those owners should be responsible for paying the fines.

  • No it shoud not.

    West Virginia should not be paying fines imposed on coal mining operations. It will make the whole meaning of the fines worthless.The fines are there to deter coal mines from polluting the environment or engaging in unsavory behavior. The government would be wasting it's time.The money would just go back to the government anyway and would be pointless.


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