November 2017

Leading Duluth doctors who petitioned for Minnesota rules requiring health impact assessment of sulfide mining published an article in this month’s journal of the Minnesota Medical Association. It reads,

"Sulfide mining has significant potential for the release of toxic chemicals into the environment. These include a number of chemicals identified by the World Health Organization as being of major public health concern: arsenic, asbestos, cadmium, lead and mercury.

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