A Minnesota Senate committee room is packed Tuesday as lawmakers listen to testimony for and against sand mining. People who filled another room watched on a television monitor. No vote was taken. Don Davis | Forum News Service
Sand mining testimony fractured
ST. PAUL – Sand mined in southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin opens up cracks between rocks so oil and gas can be removed from the ground in places such as North Dakota.
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