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Demanding answers on Gotion deal

Recently, the Democrat-controlled House and Senate approved $715 million in taxpayer funded incentives for Gotion Inc., a Chinese Communist Party affiliated entity. Despite the incentives being approved, the environmental impact of this project is still unclear. Regulators have reported that an assessment of the soil has been conducted and that a geotechnical evaluation is underway. However, neither of those items has provided any of the answers to the questions posed by many state legislators or the concerned residents of Mecosta County.

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