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Minnesota is poised to become a global leader in supplying the copper, nickel and precious metals that are essential to our way of life. And with new technologies and a comprehensive environmental review and permitting process, we’ll set the standard for environmentally responsible mining, right here in Minnesota.

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Duluth Complex
The Duluth Complex is one of the world’s largest copper, nickel, and precious metal deposits.

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    Minnesota is home to one of the world’s largest deposits of copper, nickel and precious metals.

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    Copper—a critical metal needed for hybrid cars and wind turbines—is essential for a green economy.

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    There is only one active nickel mine in the U.S., yet our country consumes 202,000 tons of nickel annually.

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    Mining will provide more than $2 billion for the Minnesota Permanent School Trust Fund.

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News | May 6, 2016

Norm Coleman: Dayton pulls an ‘Obama’ in denying mineral leases

His unilateral decision on Twin Metals project skirts due process.  By Norm Coleman MAY 5, 2016 — 5:59PM Gov. Mark Dayton and President Obama have more in common than simply being liberal politicians. Both are taken with the belief that they… Read More ›

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News | May 3, 2016

Drawn-out mining permitting dampens economic growth

By Harry Moser on Apr 30, 2016 at 11:00 p.m. One surprise of the current, tumultuous presidential election cycle is the degree to which manufacturing has emerged as a significant campaign issue. Candidates are now openly pledging to oppose trade agreements perceived… Read More ›

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