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Environmentalists and industry had opposed sulfate formula as unworkable, costly.
Suit challenges governor's decision to halt minerals exploration.
Regulators give their tentative blessing to Minnesota's first copper-nickel mine.
A free well-testing program for Minnesotans has become the latest target in the state's increasingly fractious battle over water and agricultural pollution.
Department of the Interior reverses Obama-era denial of Twin Metals copper-nickel leases.
In hearing on request to dismiss suit, company argues that the state agreed not to sue years ago.
Half would go for long-term water treatment after copper-nickel mine closes.
"Financial assurance" is a final step in the company's long application to start mining.
Gov. Dayton ordered all state agencies to hit aggressive and specific environmental goals in the next decade and a half.
Minnesota farmers depend on chlorpyrifos, but dozens of studies say it harms kids.