"We are seeing, all across America, that Government is starting to work only for the very top-most powerful corporations and not for the rest of us. A Government that was working for the rest of us would be looking for sustainable economics in Northeastern Minnesota and looking at protecting Minnesota's most precious resource, which is the quality of our fresh water." 

WaterLegacy Advocacy Director and Counsel, Paula Maccabee spoke to WDIO at last week's PolyMet permit hearings in Duluth about the need for recycling over mining and the crucial moment we're in for the future of Minnesota's clean water. 

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