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Geologists Needed to Analyze USGS’s Assessment of the Mineral Potential for the 10 Million Acres of Land that May Be Withdrawn for 20 Years to Conserve Sage Grouse

Published on October 13, 2016

Last week (October 5th), the USGS released its assessment of the mineral potential for the 10 million acres in Sagebrush Focal Areas proposed to be withdrawn from mineral entry for 20 years ostensibly to conserve the Greater Sage Grouse from

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Steepest-Ever Mining Decline Tied to Jobless Rate

Published on July 12, 2016

The following article was posted by the Idaho Statesman. It is about Idaho’s neighbor – Wyoming. It announces the most severe mining decline in the state’s history and its relationship to the unemployment rate. It is the outcome that the

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Mining Group Decries Administration’s Unwarranted Land Withdrawal

Published on July 7, 2016

The following statement was released by the National Mining Association. It summarizes the recent statements made to the Senate panel by NMA Senior Vice President and General Counsel Katie Sweeney. Proposed 10-million-acre withdrawal is economically harmful and unnecessary to protect

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