Diverse group urges reform of 1872 mining law
Jan 16, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Billings Gazette
“That equals a shrinking mining industry”
Hard-rock mining has been getting a free ride for 136 years, a group of ranchers, environmentalists and others said at a press conference Tuesday. via Billings Gazette
Can someone elaborate on this? A one sentence article shouldn't be considered an article.
It's always interesting to see proposed changes to mining laws and the implications that come with those.
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