State of Tribes address draws one-sided cheers over mine company pullout

Wisconsin State Journal: The mention of the pullout of a mining company drew applause during the annual State of the Tribes address to Wisconsin legislators. "When it comes to the Penokee Hills mine, we are not going to see that mine happen," said Chris McGeshick, chairman of the Sokaogon Chippewa Community, who delivered the address. Minority Democrats in the Assembly chamber broke into loud applause while Republicans generally remained quiet. Gogebic Taconite, a company formed to dig a huge open-pit iron mine in Iron......

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