Good, keep your people there. I'm tired of them coming to Colorado and messing our state up.
As for emissions laws, you do realize you live in a state that enacts laws based on people who lied about their credentials, admitted they lied, the state knows they lied, but went ahead and enacted emissions policies anyhow. And now are forcing those emissions policies on the rest of us via the federal gov't even though they cause more issues than they solve.
I'll use my own industry as an example. I'm a truck driver, the whole DPF (diesel particulate filter) came about because of Ca. emissions requirements. Cool, make it required for trucks in Ca., not the rest of us. Every year my truck has to spend 3 days in the shop while the DPF is removed, scrubbed clean, reinstalled, and everyone hopes it works fine....ooops.....it doesn't so at least twice a year some part on it fails and once again we have to work on it. I average about 18 days per year of downtime because of this contraption. This is a nationwide problem that effects hundreds of thousands of trucks. Oh, along with your idling-nazi's who patrol PRIVATE PROPERTY ( so much for property rights) truck stops, farms, rest areas, etc., etc., enforcing anti-idlign laws. Ever tried to sleep in a 6' x 10' space in 110 deg. daytime temps in the desert with zero airflow through open windows? One of the best videos ever is the Ca. emissions nazi sitting in his air conditioned, idling patrol car for 20 minutes issuing a anti-idling ticket to a trucker who idled his truck for 5 minutes while building up air pressure. When the trucker pointed out that the officer was breaking the law, the officer threatened to tow and impound the semi. The ticket was later dismissed in court.
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