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Can you help save Oak Flat, AZ? Please contact the congressmen in the latter part of the message and let them know what you think. I got this from N. Freeman:

Here is a short report on the
And if you want the long version:

Some basic talking points

One of the key areas Resolution Copper Company will take over is Oak Flat which was protected by Eisenhower in 1955 (Public Land Order 1229).

Why does this company need to turn the public land into private land to do mining? Do they want to turn the public land into a waste dump-which would be questioned-or at least regulated-on public lands?

This company has not shown itself to be a good steward of the water resources in the arid Southwest. They were going to dump millions of gallons of toxic water from an old mine shaft into Queen Creek. Now an irrigation district is supposed to take it-but their contact person never answers the phone.

Senate Energy and Natural Resource Committee:
To e-mail
Phone: (202) 224-4971
Fax: (202) 224-7970

If it is a long message with Word attachments (see below*) send to:
Clerk: Rachel Pasternack
(202) 224-0883
(I send her a copy of everything)

All Arizona residents, also contact Senator Kyl and McCain—and inquire why they are not doing anything for Arizona except facilitating creating another environmental and water mess.

John McCain

Jon Kyl

Subcommittee on Public Lands and Forests
(Same as above)
Phone: (202) 224-4971
Fax: (202) 224-7970

To e-mail the Public Lands and Forests choose it in the “Send to” box

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