Federal and State Biologists Accused of Planting Evidence
February 2002 by Scott HarnFederal and state wildlife biologists planted false evidence of a rare cat species in two national forests, officials told The Washington Times.
“JP, is it possible to make a living looking for gold with a metal detector?” I get asked this question a lot...
The following was excerpted from a published decision of Interior Department Office of Hearings and Appeals
Washington’s decision to bar new uranium mining near the Grand Canyon and other federal policies on energy and resource issues are barriers holding back Arizona and its residents from prosperity, Governor Jan Brewer told a congressional hearing March 16.
What could be the first underground gold mine to open in Montana in at least a decade is proposed near the ghost town of Elkhorn in Jefferson County, Montana.
Nicolet Minerals expected to be mining zinc and copper from an underground quarry in Wisconsin by now. Instead, a state review of the project is only 75 percent completed after seven years, a top state regulator said.
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