Gov. Mark Dayton is seeking the help of his fellow governors to protect the struggling U.S. steel industry.
Dayton told reporters Wednesday that he’s already partnered with Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad on the effort to restrict foreign steel imports. They plan to enlist others during this weekend’s National Governors Association Winter Meeting in Washington, DC.
Dayton said he’s still trying to convince President Obama to curtail the kind of imports that have hurt Minnesota’s Iron Range.
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