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The state Senate narrowly approved a requirement along party lines that utilities meet escalating carbon cuts over the next 17 years. The House passed the bill last week.
Several companies, including Claros Technologies in Minnesota, are trying to engineer ways to destroy PFAS chemicals.
The metal shredder must install pollution control measures.
The move follows a study that concluded mining could damage the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness; Twin Metals mine had been slated for the area.
The ReUse Program diverts hundreds of tons of material from landfills and incineration each year.
Julissa Thaler was already charged with second-degree murder.
Thomas Rhodes was convicted of murdering his wife, but conviction review investigators say inaccurate testimony and withheld evidence wrongfully put him behind bars.
The 2040 standard would push utilities to ditch coal, natural gas and other planet-warming energy sources 10 years sooner than do current plans.
The city's air monitoring program is designed to bring data to residents, but some say more action is needed against industrial sites.
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