Trump administration opens up Minnesota wilderness area to copper mining


#1

The site attracts more visitors than any other U.S. wilderness area.


#2

"The Land of a Thousand (soon to be polluted) Lakes…


#3

The state’s nickname, “Land of 10,000 Lakes”, is apt, as there are 11,842 Minnesota lakes over 10 acres (4 ha) in size. Minnesota’s portion of Lake Superior is the largest at 962,700 acres (389,600 ha; 3,896 km2) and deepest (at 1,290 ft (390 m)) body of water in the state.


#4

Minnesota voted for Hillary. Therefore, they don’t count.


#5

The range is bad enough - but this is fucked up

A foreign fucking company yet


#6

Yeah, but Hillary gave are Nucular arsenal to Roosia!


#7

In 1919 the mining companies moved the whole town to mine under it

They had the sads for fucking the people so this built this masterpiece

3.9 million in 1919 for a town of prolly less the 5000

It is unequaled for a High School

The school features a lavishly decorated 1800-seat auditorium patterned after the Capitol Theatre in New York City. The chandeliers were built at a cost of $15,000 each, with cut glass from Belgium. They are now each insured for $250,000.




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