Despite criticism, Dayton approves bill easing environmental reviews

New legislation hands the responsibility for environmental assessments to the corporations pushing the projects. . . Critics said portions of it weaken regulatory and environmental protections instead of simply streamlining procedures. . . .  “We’re passing a bit of a pig in a poke here,” said Steve Morse, executive director of the Minnesota Environmental Partnership, a coalition of 80 environmental groups.

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