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Location: * Midwest, Minnesota
Beat: Minnesota legislature, especially activity related to energy and environmental policy
Position: This reporter covers some of the state's most pressing issues and most contentious battles, including sulfide mining and upgrading and expanding the Enbridge Energy pipeline, both in northern Minnesota, and also climate change.
Reporter: Mohammed Ibrahim