State regulators say they’ll proceed “as soon as possible” with a court-ordered “re-do” of the environmental impact statement for the proposed Enbridge Line 3 pipeline. Nancy Norr with the group Jobs for Minnesotans is confident it will *not* find new or extreme risks of potential spills in the Lake Superior watershed:

“Actually a project that is designed to create greater integrity of the pipeline and to protect the environment and all of the waterways that it crosses.”

The re-start of the approval process comes after the state Supreme Court on Monday dismissed Native American and environmental groups’ objections to the pipeline’s route and other issues — but Winona LaDuke with Honor the Earth says:

“At any turn in Enbridge’s path ahead in attempting to do this pipeline, we will challenge them. We will challenge them at every turn.”