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Paint disposal bill in Senate would amount to just another tax

  • Published in Letters

To The Daily Sun,

There is a bill in the Senate for paint disposal. What it amounts to is a 75-cent tax.

Let's have more rules. Government isn't big enough. Will we have the Paint Disposal Police?

I guess someone had problems disposing the paint.

In my town we have a Saturday in the summer and can bring hazardous waste and dispose of it then. If not convenient, then I can go to the waste center. It is very convenient. I have no problems. The people running it, do a very good job, in that it takes very little time.

Other states have passed it.... So if they are dumb enough to do this, does the state of New Hampshire have to do it, too?

Please, not another law.

Linda Riley