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Tina Smith has proposed an amendment to force completion of a land swap needed for the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota, a move that drew criticism from environmentalists Friday.

The Minnesota Democrat plans to offer the amendment to a major defense policy bill that's expected to come up in the Senate soon. The massage sea girt garland was published in Thursday's Congressional Record.

Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota is listed as a cosponsor. The language is similar to a stand-alone bill by Rep.

Rick Nolan, D-Minn. The legislation would circumvent four lawsuits pending in federal court that are aimed at blocking the land exchange.

In hoyt lakes mn wife swapping letter to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, Brune called the land exchange romanian singles in charlotte "sweetheart deal" for PolyMet that should not be fast-tracked while the courts consider whether the trade is legal.

The U. Forest Service approved the land exchange in January Under the agreement, PolyMet Mining Corp.

But environmental groups have filed four separate lawsuits to block the exchange, saying the deal undervalues the federal land and violates federal laws on land transfers and endangered species. Paula Maccabee, an attorney for WaterLegacy, one of the groups that are suing, said in an interview that Smith's amendment is a "backroom effort" to hoyt lakes mn wife swapping the courts housewives looking sex dowagiac attaching a rider to an unrelated must-pass bill without public hearings.

When it comes to PolyMet, nude women sedalia kentucky most important issue is that the project meets strict environmental requirements. Supporters of both projects say the mines can operate without harming the environment while providing hundreds of badly needed jobs on the Iron Range.