Biden Administration Says Nevada’s Lithium Mine Project Can Continue After Court-Ordered Review

The Biden administration says Nevada’s massive lithium mine project can continue construction after the administration completed a court-ordered review that approved the project, despite legal challenges from tribal leaders and conservation groups.
The Interior Department announced Tuesday it is taking steps to clarify mineral rights under the 1872 law to reflect the “realities of the 21st century.”
The 1872 General Mining Act,  known as the “Mining Law,”  provides citizens of the United States the opportunity to explore for, discover, and purchase certain valuable mineral deposits on federal lands that are open for mining location and patent (open to mineral entry), the law states….

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