Friday, October 24, 2008

Outdoor Amendment Comes to Brainerd

If the Outdoor Amendment is not passed, Brainerd lakes may become polluted in the future, according to five organizations that want to see it succeed. The Coalition of outdoors and arts organizations told their story at Central Lakes College in Brainerd Thursday. Charlie Poster represents the coalition of outdoors and arts organizations. He says 40 percent of the Lakes, rivers and Streams in Minnesota are polluted, and the money raised from the amendment would go to fixing that. Those who don't vote will be considered a no vote.

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