A series of public Citizens Forums kicks off this week to give Minnesotans a chance to weigh in on their priorities and visions for the environment. But Republican State Representative Steve Drazkowski says he has concerns about what will come out of the sessions
One of the first forums will be held in Rochester Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Wood Lake Meeting Center.
The Environmental Quality Board says it wants to engage citizens in constructive dialogue, identify environmental challenges, and define a vision for Minnesota's environmental future.
But Drazkowski told Winona Radio News he is concerned about the possibility of additional laws being sought that would dictate what people can and cannot do with the the state's resources.....