new message: 'Actually, it's called Bde Maka Ska'

The website for appears to have some new owners, and with it a whole new message. 

Once the home for an organization trying to keep the name of the lake as Lake Calhoun, the website was repurchased yesterday after an appellete court judge ruled the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources did not have the authority to change the name of the lake to Bde Maka Ska

The website now simply reads, "Actually, it's called Bde Maka Ska."

Tuesday the state legislature will take up the issue as part of the House's environmental finance bill.