Across Minnesota, doctors, nurses and citizens are requesting that the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) analyze adverse health effects and consider public health before the PolyMet NorthMet open-pit copper-nickel mine project proceeds to any permitting process.

Thanks to all 3,500 of you who already sent letters or signed petitions requesting Governor Dayton and Minnesota agencies require a health risk assessment of the threats to infants, children and adults posed by Minnesota’s controversial PolyMet sulfide mine project.

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