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Take action to stop the PolyMet Land Giveaway
PolyMet wants 6,650 acres of public land in the Superior National Forest for their open pit copper-nickel mine. Federal law and common sense say that taxpayers and public land users should get an equal value of public land in exchange. But the Forest Service told their appraiser to ignore the value this land has for PolyMet's mining proposal. That resulted in a bargain basement price of just $550 / acre.
HR 3115, up for a vote in House at any time, would prevent the courts from reviewing this sweetheart deal for PolyMet. Take action - send a message to your congressional representative asking them to oppose HR 3115.