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National Mining Group Supports Arizona Mine

For Immediate Release July 18, 2016 NATIONAL MINING GROUP SUPPORTS ARIZONA MINE  RESOLUTION COPPER PROJECT WILL PROVIDE JOBS AND MINERALS CRITICAL TO SUSTAINABLE LIVING  American Exploration & Mining Association (AEMA) has filed comments in support of the Resolution Copper Project in Superior, Arizona. The Resolution Copper Mine will bring over 3,700 jobs to the area […]

AEMA Applauds State Land Commissioner Association Mineral Withdrawal Opposition

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JULY 14, 2016 AEMA Applauds State Land Commissioner Association Mineral Withdrawal Opposition State Trust Land Group Passes Resolution Calling on BLM to End is Epic Land Grab Yesterday, the Western State Land Commissioner Association (WSLCA) passed a resolution calling on the BLM to end its 10 million acre land withdrawal for the protection […]

Oak Flat Historic Register: AEMA’s Comments

The American Exploration & Mining Association (“AEMA”) is pleased to provide these unique comments in opposition of the nomination of the Chi’chil Bildagoteel (Oak Flat) Historic District Traditional Cultural Property, Pinal County, Arizona to the National Register of Historic Places. For full letter please see Downloadable PDF here: Oak Flat Historic Register AEMA Comments

NWMA Supports Arizona Land Exchange

NWMA and its members have been actively supporting H.R. 687,  The Southeast Arizona Land Exchange & Conservation Act of 2013.  This letter was sent to members of Congress and NWMA has been working hard to support its member company Resolution Copper-Rio Tinto.

NWMA Support for HR 687

NWMA Lujan Amendment Oppose letter

H.R. 687 would allow Resolution Copper to exchange some of its private holdings for USFS land necessary to develop the third largest undeveloped copper resource in the world and has the potential to produce more than 25 percent of the annual U.S. copper demand for the next 40 years.

*At current production rates, this mine will produce the equivalent of more than 25 percent ofthe annual U.S. copper demand for the next 40 years.

*1,400 direct jobs and 2,300 indirect jobs (3,700 total jobs) throughout the 40-year mine life.

*3,000 construction jobs during the construction phase of the project.

*$220 million in annual wages.

*$61 billion in economic impact to the state of Arizona

*$20 billion in federal, state and local tax revenues.

NWMA Support for H.R. 687 – Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act of 2013