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The teen’s mother said her son considered Pfoff like an older brother, Heitkamp prodded FEMA into spending $5 million to bring first responders around the country to Transportation Technology Center Inc. an ultra-realistic training facility owned by the railroad industry in Pueblo ColoNearly 70 firefighters from North Dakota attended according to HeitkampFargo Fire Chief Steve Dirksen said about 15 from his department went but were funded by the railroad industry Grand Forks Fire Chief Pete O’Neill said some of his firefighters went as wellDirksen said the training in Pueblo was unique in its realism with tanker cars emitting flames and leaking liquid O’Neill said his department is working on a regional training center that may complement other training centers nationwide but there aren’t any firm plans yet“I would say we prepare the best we can with the training and the equipment that we have” he saidFor Heitkamp the West Virginia derailment wasn’t just another reminder of the need for training; it also was a reminder of the need for new safety standardsOther derailments involved older tanker cars while the West Virginia derailment involved CPC 1232 tanker cars that are tougher she saidHaving been briefed by the Federal Railroad Administration she said she believes new standards for even tougher tanker cars will ultimately be approved along with new speed and braking rulesJohn Hageman with Forum News Service contributed to this reportIn the beginning Congressman Rick-Nolan D-Crosby reversed his stated intention to run for a fourth term and announced his retirement in February — suddenly upheaving the political landscape for a district that has proven a hard-fought (and expensive) battleground in prior elections just months before the 2018 midtermsNow DFL candidate Leah Phifer 33 a former FBI analyst from Two Harbors announced Wednesday April 18 that she will no longer pursue the DFL endorsement just days after leaving the 8th Congressional District DFL Convention as the leader in every ballot though she was unable to secure the 60 percent consensus required for endorsementDespite leading the field Phifer said her campaign wasn’t equipped with adequate funding structures to wage a sustained campaign deep into the primaries — a reality that was dedicated in part by her lack of name recognition as a young political novice Phifer said as well as her status as a woman in a political arena dominated by men and financing networks of menWithout a substantial cadre of large donors Phifer said it would have been difficult to accrue the roughly $2 million-$3 million needed to wage a successful campaign through August — an unrealistic proposition without the DFL endorsement she was unable to secure in the convention By the latest report dated March 31 Phifer had raised little more than $81000 with roughly $19000 still remaining at her disposal according to Federal Election Commission data “We never raised funds to go to primary because since October that’s never been in the cards” she said during a phone interview Wednesday April 18 — though she noted she still regards herself as the best candidate to represent the DFL in the District 8 race “I did and continue to feel I would have been the strongest candidate against (presumptive Republican nominee) Pete Stauber … But without a DFL endorsement without those party resources behind me it would have been difficult to get that message across”Her message of environmental stewardship — particularly amid talks of renewed mineral extraction in District 8 such as copper-nickel and iron ore mining — still echoes in the election even if the voice of that message is no longer in the race Phifer said“I think that message will continue to resonate in politicians’ decisions for years to come” Phifer said Now that message will have to be carried in some form by one of the remaining candidates — former state Rep Joe Radinovich of Crosby state Rep Jason Metsa DFL-Virginia North Branch Mayor Kirsten Kennedy and former Duluth TV news anchor Michelle LeeIn a fractured five-way race for Nolan’s mantle Phifer was the only hopeful who entered the race prior to Nolan’s retirement announcement — challenging the six-term congressman on his track record with environmental issuesPhifer said her campaign was largely based in addressing the needs of DFLers independents and DFL-leaning voters in District 8 who may not have felt fully represented by NolanInstead of causing division or serving as a distraction Phifer characterized her campaign as one that strengthened the DFL by stumping for disillusioned constituents and returning them to the fold especially in light of declining DFL numbers across the state and a rival third party presence in the election Ray “Skip” Sandman of Duluth is running as a candidate for the Independence Party“If we didn’t give DFLers an option to express some of their frustrations with Congressman Nolan’s policies with pipelines copper-nickel mining and some other environmental issues we were going to lose this seat in November” Phifer said As a unifier and motivator for the DFL voter base she said she views her campaign as a success “My candidacy provided an outlet for people who were previously disenfranchised with the party or maybe would not have shown up to caucus or convention at all”Advocating environmental concerns while at the same time invoking a pro-mining stance led to conflicts both in the DFL party and among his constituency that dogged Nolan during his tenure Contrary to Nolan — who characterized the mining industry as a central issue and economic cornerstone for families in District 8 in the hours after his retirement announcement — Phifer said the majority of voters in the region are against initiatives like PolyMet Mining During the interview Phifer said she would not endorse any of her opponents at this time — though she admitted she would like to see a “strong woman” for the District 8 seat In any case she added the candidate must be attuned to the environmental concerns of the district“If we don’t get someone on the general ballot who will respect a lot of the environmental concerns throughout the district we will lose by 10-20 percent of the votes to a third party candidate” Phifer said “My hope is that our candidate would be someone who respects our water our land our air our Native American communities”Phifer said she would not discount a political run in the future particularly for District 8 in which she shares deep geographical ties — though for the time being Phifer said she will continue to work in her capacity as an adjunct professor at Augsburg University while keeping an eye on how the dynamics of Minnesota politics change with redistricting in 2020In the wake of Wednesday’s announcement Phifer’s DFL opponents offered praise and echoed her call for unity in the District 8 DFL"I want to thank Leah Phifer for her dedication to the democratic process Her passion for navigating political territory previously unfamiliar to her was an impressive and admirable quality Leah and I didn’t agree on everything in particular her decision to challenge one of the most effective members of Congress in the country but I understand the value in expressing alternative points of view in politics” stated Radinovich who took second at the convention in a news release "I appreciate Leah’s willingness to run for office and I agree it’s best we now unite and build the broad coalitions necessary to keep our district in DFL hands and to advance the Minnesota values we hold in common We are stronger together"“Leah Phifer and her team ran a strong campaign that energized supporters and engaged new people in the DFL endorsement process” Metsa stated in a news release “The Phifer campaign conducted themselves with integrity throughout Saturday’s convention and Phifer and her supporters have a lot to be proud of”Stauber the lone GOP candidate for the district noted Phifer’s dropout from the race doesn’t change his campaign’s strategy going forward"Although we disagree on most issues I think we can all agree that running for this seat is no easy task I applaud Leah Phifer for all the work she has put into this race” Stauber said in an email to the Dispatch “Team Stauber’s strategy has not changed we continue to be focused on our campaign and on winning in November"Y. are co-sponsors A similar bill is being introduced by Rep Ron Kind D-WisHeitkamp also mentioned Tuesday that she expects tougher tanker car standards and new safety rules for trains to be approvedThe fiery oil-train derailment in Mount Carbon WV,Officers responded to the scene about 11:30 p. 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