Morning North | Oct 23, 2013 | 6:24

Cliffs threatening to pull out of Ring Of Fire

Cliffs Natural Resources is saying it needs the government's help, or else it will pull out of the Ring of Fire mining development. At issue are wetlands that are currently staked by a much smaller company, which Cliffs needs to build a road.

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