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Would denial of Line 3 project mean more oil trains?

by Elizabeth Dunbar (feat. Kevin Birn)

MPR News
June 21, 2018

Enbridge Energy says its customers want more oil, and if a new pipeline doesn't bring it to them, it will get there on trains instead.

"You're not stopping any oil from coming out of the ground. They're putting it on the rails and driving it right next to your elementary schools, right next to your nursing homes, right through small towns all across the state," Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt, R-Crown, said during a speech last month.

To many, that's a scary thought.

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