We must address the shortcomings of the archaic 1872 Mining Law to protect the air, water, and lands of Indigenous and other mining-affected communities. The first step is for the Interior Department to update and strengthen mining regulations to respect Indigenous rights, safeguard water resources, and protect public lands.
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