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Topic - Ray Scott
Decades after he sold the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society, founder Ray Scott still has plenty of big ideas about how to make money doing what he loves. And he still knows how to bait a hook.
Environmental Protection Agency officials received an earful at Wednesday's listening-tour stop in Denver as most speakers urged the agency to stop what they described as the Obama administration's war on the coal industry.
"I knew it would work," he said.
"We take care of them like a wet $20 bill," Scott said. "That's why they keep coming back."