Harvesting of soybean field in sunset

Residents across Minnesota have been speaking out in support of modernizing Line 3 which will allow affordable supplies of energy to be safely delivered for families and small businesses across the state.

Minnesotans today pay lower than the national average for gas because of our state’s steady supply of crude. That’s why I was alarmed to see Administrative Law Judge Ann O’Reilly’s recent “in-trench replacement” recommendation for Enbridge’s Line 3, which could shut down the existing Line 3 for up to 16 months and drive up prices — all reasons why the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission should consider otherwise.

Read more – The Pioneer Press