PolyMet wants nearly 7,000 acres of public land for their copper-nickel mine proposal, including thousands of acres of wetlands and areas of incredible biodiversity. They also want to pay just $550/acre for that land. MCEA has asked a court to review this to ensure the PolyMet land exchange doesn't take advantage of taxpayers and public land users. But a bill in Congress (HR 3115) would bypass that court review. HR 3115 has passed the US House, but not the Senate. Take action and let your Senators know you oppose the PolyMet Land Giveaway bill.