October 2016

"It's truly unprecedented for so many medical professionals to take a position like this. ... We are jointly expressing our deep concern for the health of our community," Allert told the EQB Wednesday. "What will be the impacts of sulfide mines if they work perfectly and if they don't work perfectly?" 
 
Dr. Allert is one of many Northern Minnesota doctors who testified at the recent Environmental Quality Board hearing to determine rule-making regarding health impact assessments for sulfide mining projects.

 

Read more: Duluth News Tribune

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