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Old 11-09-2005, 12:51 PM
Insider Insider is offline
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Default Mining Companies to purchase nearly all of our public lands

November 7, 2005

Legislation in the U..S. House of Representatives this week would allow mining companies to purchase nearly all of our public lands (except those already protected for other purposes). Selling off huge chunks of lands owned by all Americans would exempt these multinational corporations from complying with environmental protections and public land use plans leading to extensive destruction to pristine rivers and watersheds across the country. Please take action now to help keep Congress from selling off America¹s natural heritage to the mining industry!

A provision included in the House ³budget reconciliation² bill would carve out a loophole in the U.S. mining law to allow companies to buy any public lands that are not already protected even if the lands at stake contain no minerals. Hundreds of millions of acres of public lands, including some of America¹s last best places, could be up for grabs at rock bottom prices.

If the bill passes with this harmful provision our nation¹s river heritage will be at risk. Most of the rivers on public land are unprotected by any special designation, leaving drinking and irrigation water throughout the West vulnerable to destructive activities. While the bill exempts existing Wild and Scenic Rivers from the land grab, it leaves the door open for corporations to purchase thousands of outstanding river miles that are waiting to be designated as Wild and Scenic.

TAKE ACTION! The Budget Reconciliation bill containing this mining giveaway will come to a vote sometime this week -- unless you help us convince the House of Representatives to take it out. Send a letter asking your Representative to oppose the Budget Reconciliation bill unless the public lands ³for sale² language is removed. Sincerely,

Rebecca R. Wodder
American Rivers

To contact American Rivers, email us at outreach@americanrivers.org.

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Old 11-09-2005, 01:09 PM
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It figured after they got the laws on the books to rape and pillage the people of this country that they would then turn their attention to raping and pillaging the land.

This happened in the USSR exactly the same way it is happening here and the same people are responsible.

Polution of our air, land and waterways, just like the poisions they put in our food and medicine, will suddenly become good for us. At what point will we say ENOUGH? Will it do any good, will our "representative" form of government listen?

If not, then let's stop joking around about being free. We are not. We might as well face facts.
I hate it when they say, "He gave his life for his country." Nobody gives their life for anything. We steal the lives of these kids. We take it away from them. They don't die for the honor and glory of their country. We kill them."-- Admiral Gene LaRocque
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