No Health Impact Assessment has been done for the PolyMet sulfide mine proposed for Minnesota, despite requests made by more than 30,000 Minnesota doctors, nurses and public health professionals who spend their lives caring for the health of our community
 
Now, you can help change Minnesota rules so that an independent analysis of human health risks is mandatory for any sulfide mine. The Minnesota Environmental Quality Board is considering whether to change the rules and require a Health Impact Assessment as part of environmental review of any sulfide mine. Tell the State that the rules must be changed to protect Minnesotans from toxic sulfide mine pollution.

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