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From the column: "Furthermore, Twin Metals has a host of innovations that set the project apart as a model operation, such as the environmentally friendly dry stack tailings method, carbon sequestration, an electric fleet, and a goal to become net zero."
Talon, which has not yet began the permitting process, would need to start shipping concentrate by 2026.
From the column: "I know you all treasured our northern Minnesota way of life."
From the column: "Inefficient local, state, and federal processes and high costs hinder progress and pull development away from the region. We need to stop delaying so we can continue developing — or our states will fall behind."

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From the column: "Nuclear energy also requires mining for precious metals, ... (but) it is the only true carbon-free source of electricity that is not dependent on weather or geography."
From the column: "I believe that most Minnesotans will wait to understand the final mine plan at Tamarack, consider the risks and benefits, and come to their own conclusion."
A court required the agency to provide analysis on its earlier decision after a report surfaced outlining potential growth at the proposed copper-nickel mine.
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A judge has approved the sale of Plant 4 and the Jessie Loadout facility to MagIron, former Magnetation CEO Larry Lehtinen's newly formed business.

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From the column: "Any transition away from fossil fuels requires the use of mined materials. State and local regulations that limit mining will (also) limit the domestic production of wind and solar power generation, as well as advances in battery storage technology."
From the column: "Exposing the fine print about a potential Talon/Rio Tinto/Kennecott nickel mine in Aitkin County matters."
Keep up the good fight, Stauber.

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