Grijalva and Udall said they plan to make their case in the next session of Congress. Grijalva said he intends to introduce a bill calling for royalties on the mining of metals on public land."We can't ignore these potential revenues any longer â¿¿ not when the American people are counting on us to solve our economic challenges," Udall said in a statement. "Hard rock mining reform should be part of that discussion."
Lawmakers Seek To Rekindle Mining Reform Efforts
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