In his editorial today, Opinion Editor Marty Trillhaase of the Lewiston Tribune comments:
Ron Miller sounds like a man in a time warp.
The Clearwater-based president of Rocky Mountain Mining Rights told the Lewiston Tribune's Eric Barker last month he may not cooperate with the federal agencies charged with enforcing the Clean Water Act. He's not going to allow the feds to tell him when and how he can suction dredge mine on the South Fork of the Clearwater River."What they are asking is totally unworkable and unreasonable," Miller said. "They didn't even try to work with us, they just put a bunch of rules and regulations on us. They just want us to go away and sit and watch TV or go motorcycle riding or whatever. They don't want us in the water."
If so, he seems to think he's still living in the Cliven Bundy era. More here.