Political Notebook: McFadden Chinese steel comment thrown back at him by Dems, unions
REDWOOD FALLS, Minn. - Republicans have courted Minnesota Iron Range voters by strongly supporting proposed copper-nickel mines as a new way to make money from the land.
In recent months, GOP candidates have made visit after visit to the normally Democratic northeastern part of the state, blasting Democrats for not fully jumping on board with the mines.
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