The Bawl Mill
December 2008 by Staff• Taxpayers may be in double jeopardy?
• Don't ask; won't tell...
• By the numbers...
Worried that the US dollar may not be good as gold, some Colorado lawmakers are pushing a bill to legalize gold and silver coins as usable currency.
“They’re taking it to the grave with them.” These words came from my Canadian mining partner when we discussed what he had learned from an elderly gentleman in a nursing home. While that particular visit was not very successful, we had a number of others that worked out far better.
SB 765...would tax suction gold dredgers by charging a $50 annual fee for in-state dredgers and a whopping $2,500 fee for out-of-state dredgers for each county where the miner intends to dredge.
The Colorado state Court of Appeals ruled that counties have the authority to ban the use of cyanide in gold mining.
Q: A few questions about claim markers, gold hunter test kits, and videos....
The Forest Service issued an Interim Rule on July 9, 2004, to require a Notice of Intent or Plan for mining activities that cause little or no disturbance to public lands under Forest Service jurisdiction.
• Table of Weights and Measures on ICMJ website
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