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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

The sulfide mining debate - an opinion published from within the Boundary Waters regional tourism industry, to the effect: there's a goose laying golden eggs for jobs and cashflows into Minnesota ...

This Strib link. Do not overlook that perspective.

One man's ceiling is another man's floor.

A ceiling on mining abuses will firm up the floor for tourism to continue to contribute to Range economic growth and prosperity.

In that regard, short-sightedness can be devastating because it can cause irreversible harms lasting centuries into the future.

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