Brian Lambert They’re a pro-pipeline kinda crowd. Mike Hughlett of the Strib says, “Both houses of the Minnesota Legislature approved bills this week that allow Enbridge to build a controversial new oil pipeline across northern Minnesota without regulators’ approval. By a 35-32 vote, the Senate on Wednesday passed a bill that would terminate a three-year regulatory process that is nearly complete. Enbridge could then go ahead and build a new Line 3 pipeline. The House passed a similar bill Monday on a 74-51 vote. Gov. Mark Dayton has threatened to veto the legislation.”When maintenance issues stop being speculative and start getting concrete. In the PiPress, Frederick Melo reports, “The city of St. Paul is temporarily shutting down...
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House and Senate give OK to Enbridge pipeline; Dayton threatens veto