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  • Brian
    July 02, 2010 - 13:35

    They are only putting inspections back in place. No big deal. The feds cut out these inspectors ( federal government employees)
    years ago. At the time they said inspectors were not required. When the facts are put in front of their face about pumps not being accurate they will now do something. Now, do
    we get federal jobs back or will this be contracted out!!! If contracted out, lets see who gets the contract. Pumps should have been monitored , consumers have been ripped off for quite some time!!!!

  • Larry
    July 02, 2010 - 13:33

    this value-subtracted method of improving the bottom line seems to be coming to the forefront in our society and showing up as daily news items from almost every industry, as retailers and manufacturers try to rip people off or take shortcuts to make more money whenever they think they can get away with it. it's all about what you can get away with in this world, apparently.

  • Taxpayrer
    July 02, 2010 - 13:19

    The article mentions something about non-government inspectors, but the fails to explain who pays for these inspectors. There is a weights and measures act which covers this, but I guess the government wouldn't get as much coverage if they were to simply do their job.

  • Brian
    July 01, 2010 - 20:25

    They are only putting inspections back in place. No big deal. The feds cut out these inspectors ( federal government employees)
    years ago. At the time they said inspectors were not required. When the facts are put in front of their face about pumps not being accurate they will now do something. Now, do
    we get federal jobs back or will this be contracted out!!! If contracted out, lets see who gets the contract. Pumps should have been monitored , consumers have been ripped off for quite some time!!!!

  • Larry
    July 01, 2010 - 20:22

    this value-subtracted method of improving the bottom line seems to be coming to the forefront in our society and showing up as daily news items from almost every industry, as retailers and manufacturers try to rip people off or take shortcuts to make more money whenever they think they can get away with it. it's all about what you can get away with in this world, apparently.

  • Taxpayrer
    July 01, 2010 - 20:01

    The article mentions something about non-government inspectors, but the fails to explain who pays for these inspectors. There is a weights and measures act which covers this, but I guess the government wouldn't get as much coverage if they were to simply do their job.