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MN350 in the news
September 20, 2023
School Transportation News
by Merari Acevedo-Vigo

May 18, 2023
MinnPost
by Ava Kian

Tee McClenty, MN350's Executive Director, wants a clear dedicated funding stream for some of the initiatives mentioned in the plan so there’s accountability for achieving those metrics.

May 9, 2023
Duluth News Tribune
by Brooke Roper and Daniel Trajano

The benefits of electric school buses go beyond health.

May 1, 2023
Southside Pride
by Ulla Nilsen

April 7, 2023
Pioneer Press
by Frederick Melo

Questions will focus on climate, energy and intersecting social issues, such as public health and affordable housing.

April 6, 2023
The Bemidji Pioneer
by Pioneer Staff

“We are not here to protest. Our goal is to build a community to preserve and revitalize our spiritual knowledge and reclaim the language, culture and lifeways of the Anishinaabeg,” Nancy Beaulieu said.

March 9, 2023
Duluth News Tribune
by Tee McClenty

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison has spent two years fighting in court to hold accountable some of the world’s most powerful corporate interests — ExxonMobil, Koch Industries, and the American Petroleum Institute — for lying to Minnesotans about the overwhelmingly clear reality that their oil and gas businesses have fueled and continue to fuel our escalating climate crisis. Like tobacco companies before them, these groups sold and marketed dangerous products...