Governor Mark Dayton is asking for your opinion about water quality in Minnesota ahead of the Governor’s Water Summit. The Governor’s online survey lists a number of important issues, but says nothing at all about sulfide mining or the effects of mercury contamination of fish on children’s health. You can fix this. Fill out the online survey and add your other comments:

“Prevent sulfide mining pollution in Minnesota. Reject the PolyMet sulfide mine as too risky for Minnesota’s iconic waters. Stop mercury contamination of fish, and protect the health of infants and children.”


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