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Monday, June 29, 2015
Environmental groups want re-vamped mining laws
Haul route from Canyon Mine to the White Mesa Mill in southern Utah. Photo/Stephanie Smith, Grand Canyon Trust
Haul route from Canyon Mine to the White Mesa Mill in southern Utah. Photo/Stephanie Smith, Grand Canyon Trust
GRAND CANYON, Ariz. - "My tagline for Grand Canyon uranium is, unsafe, uneconomic and unnecessary," said Anne Mariah Tapp, energy program director at the Grand Canyon Trust, an environmental group located in Flagstaff.


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