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In Minnesota, pipelines provide gasoline for our cars and trucks, helps us save and store food, and insulates us from the cold through products like coats, hats, and scarves. Pipelines are also the safest and most efficient way to transfer energy and raw materials for both the community and environment. Pipeline infrastructure is the backbone of Minnesota, and it is critical that Line 3 is replaced and upgraded to continue meeting the energy needs of Minnesotans across the state.

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The Line 3 replacement would not only ensure that Minnesotans’ have access to reliable and affordable energy, it would also employ thousands of Minnesotans. According to a study by the University of Minnesota Duluth, the Line 3 Replacement project will create 8,600 jobs – with 76 percent being local. The economic benefits are tremendous, with over $2.1 billion in new investment and over $330 million in new payroll for workers in Minnesota.

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Not only would Line 3 reduce costs for Minnesota consumers, the replacement project also directly helps fund schools, roads, and hospitals in the community. In addition, there are local communities that rely on tax dollars provided by the pipeline and need the jobs that are created for construction of the project and other related activities.

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It is  critical that Line 3 is replaced and upgraded to continue to meet the energy needs for families, seniors, households, motorists, and businesses across the state.

Upgrading Line 3 will provide tremendous economic benefits with over $2.1 billion in new investment and over $330 million in new payroll for workers in Minnesota. Local communities that rely on tax dollars provided by the pipeline to help fund schools, roads, and first responders would also see significant new revenues for construction and related activities.  According to a study by the University of Minnesota Duluth, the Line 3 Replacement project will create 8,600 jobs – with 76 percent being local.

Join Minnesotans from across the state as we work together to modernize Minnesota and maintain our energy infrastructure.