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Congressman-elect Rick Nolan says a bill to swap state-owned land in the Boundar

Nolan says BWCA land swap unlikely to advance

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Plans to swap state-owned land in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness for federal land are probably dead and will need revisiting in the next Congress, U.S. Rep.-elect Rick Nolan said.

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