Waging an info war on mining in lake country
Mineral riches - and risky byproducts - lie in northern Minn. Environmentalists want Minnesotans paying attention to proposed mines.
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#1 May 23, 2012
I understand this is all about a fish. How many people are fishing this stream today? How many people are being kept from gainfull employment and
a future so they can fish? These busnesses and their employees would also pay taxes which would help pay for the benefits these oppossers get from gov. agencies on a regular basis.
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