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Jimmy Lovrien

Energy, mining and 8th Congressional District reporter

Jimmy Lovrien covers energy, mining and the 8th Congressional District for the Duluth News Tribune. He was an intern at the paper in the summer of 2015 and was hired full time in fall 2017 after graduating from the College of St. Scholastica.

Email: jlovrien@duluthnews.com

Phone: 218-723-5332

The agency urged the Legislature to consider whether tailings storage and processing methods are "compatible" in the same watershed as the wilderness area.
Democrats and the Department of Interior argue the resolution โ€” a congressional veto โ€” is unconstitutional
Stauber and five visiting congressmen heard testimony from three pro-mining witnesses.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said the bill was "dead on arrival" and President Joe Biden said he'd veto it.
Work has stopped in the immediate area. The Minnesota Indian Affairs Council and tribal nations may do additional archaeological work there.
With federal and private funding, the project seeks to build a trolley line that dump trucks could follow from the mine pit to crushing operations
The bills have not been taken up by committees and would need Republican support to pass the state Senate
The man was being arrested for felony threats of violence when he charged at an officer with a knife, the police chief said.
Under the Minnesota congressman, who will not say he believes humans contribute to climate change, the subcommittee will have jurisdiction over clean energy development on federal lands.
A general confirmed the first missile missed the object.