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The move extends the company's reach beyond its existing goal of opening an underground mine in Aitkin County.
From the column: "The problem, of course, is that electric vehicles are very expensive today."
We talked to several electric vehicle drivers in the Fargo metro and asked them what they would recommend to someone considering an electric vehicle right now.
The message, sent on Thursday and titled "pause all hiring worldwide," came two days after the billionaire told staff to return to the workplace or leave, and adds to a growing chorus of warnings from business leaders about the risks of recession.

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From the column: "Not a single penny of (consumers') additional costs would be used to improve or maintain our roads and bridges. Instead, the extra expense would be used to subsidize electric vehicles, charging stations for electric vehicles, and substitutes for gasoline and diesel fuel."
One will determine the ascendency of democracy or autocracy, the other is for a liveable planet.
Minnesota ranks ninth in the nation for energy efficiency, and we’re No. 1 in the Midwest.
Industry experts say that while Biden’s announcement is helpful, his plan included no mention of the one thing industry experts said would help the most: Fixing the process for permitting mines.
I understand the fear that only a miracle can save us.
From the column: "So many people are worried about climate change, high fuel costs, and dependence on foreign oil. I want to assure them that the move to an electric vehicle can be made painlessly."

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From the column: "The Biden administration’s current proposed revocations of mineral mining leases for the Twin Metals Minnesota mine, the 20-year withdrawal of lands in Northeastern Minnesota from mining, and the refusal to grant a permit to the Resolution Copper Mine in Arizona hurt our ability to increase domestic mining."
From the column: "If the president is serious about reshoring American manufacturing — and providing the supply chains his climate ambitions need while shoring up U.S. energy security — the Defense Production Act is exactly the tool he needs."
From the column: "No 'Made in America' parade is going to march unless there’s a swift and decisive commitment to 'Mined in America.'"

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