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NMA Strongly Opposes Interior Department’s Duplicative Stream Rule

Published on December 27, 2016

The Interior Department passed unnecessary and duplicative rules on the hard rock mining industry. The National Mining Association (NMA) seeks prompt congressional action to spare more job losses. WASHINGTON, DC—The National Mining Association (NMA) today expressed its strong opposition to

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Duplicative Processes Waste Time and Money

Published on December 8, 2016

The hard rock mining industry is already heavily regulated at the state and federal level to ensure that mining operations are designed, constructed, run and closed in ways that minimize risks to the environment and ensures land restoration. In the

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Eleventh Hour Withdrawals Cut Public Out of Public Lands Processes

Published on December 6, 2016

On Tuesday, November 22, 2016, the American Exploration Mining Association (AEMA) announced their disappointment with the Obama Administration’s misuse of executive authorities in its final days. The declaration came when Secretary Sally Jewell announced a two-year administrative segregation and proposed

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