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Nov 26, 2020

We had the opportunity to talk with 3 of the 12 members of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency's (MPCA)  Environmental Justice Advisory Group (EJAG) who collectively resigned in protest of the MPCA's approval of permits for Canadian corporation Enbridge to construct the Line 3 Tar Sands pipeline through Northern Minnesota. By approving this permit MPCA Commissioner Laura Bishop and the Walz administration have violated the sovereignty of indigenous nations and enacted a brutal violence against the water, land, animals and people of Minnesota. We talked with Maryan, Magdalena and Kaleigh about the decision to resign and how we can keep up the fight against Line 3. Read their powerful resignation letter here 

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