For a Minnesota Mine, It's Jobs vs. the Environment
PolyMet Mining seems an unlikely candidate to launch North America’s next mineral boom. In its 33 years of existence, it hasn’t mined a single ounce of marketable ore. The company has posted zero revenue in those three decades, while piling up almost $100 million in losses. And its main physical asset is an abandoned factory filled with idled rock-crushing equipment on a desolate ridge in northeastern Minnesota.
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