With the public comment period for PolyMet’s Final EIS over, many are wondering “what’s next?” WaterLegacy Advocacy Director and Legal Counsel, Paula Maccabee, talks what comes next and explains WaterLegacy’s conclusion that the PolyMet project could not receive federal permits in an interview with Zenith News.

“Paula Maccabee still holds out hope that the state and federal agencies whose permission is needed to open the door to copper–nickel mining in Minnesota will yet come to their senses—but just in case they don’t, she is prepared to sue.”

 

Read the full story, PolyMet’s Day in Court: Critics Prepare Legal Objections to Mining Permit.

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