Just as predicted, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources found its own PolyMet final EIS “adequate.”

In a press conference after the announcement, Governor Mark Dayton explained that detailed scrutiny of PolyMet’s environmental impacts and the question of whether Minnesotans can be protected from financial risks of pollution liability would begin NOW as part of the state’s permitting decisions. The Governor underscored that his commissioners report to him and that he did not intend to evade responsibility for decisions on the PolyMet project.

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