Let’s Get Back to Creating Jobs, Says NMA

The following statement was released today by National Mining Association (NMA) President and CEO Hal Quinn:

 

 

"The National Mining Association (NMA) extends its congratulations to President Obama upon his reelection. NMA remains committed to working with the administration and the Congress on an 'all of the above' energy strategy that includes coal, our most abundant energy resource, and on policies that support a dependable supply of domestic minerals production to meet the nation's needs.

"With world-class mineral and coal resources, technology and skilled workers, U.S. mining can be a valuable partner in creating a strong domestic economy while also providing the energy and minerals required to stimulate economic growth. NMA will continue to pursue public policies that provide reliable, affordable energy and a dependable supply of minerals that are vital to a stronger, more resilient economy and the employment opportunities Americans need and deserve."

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“There isn’t any place in the world that can do a better job of producing products safely, with environmental protection, as cost-effectively as here in the U.S. But you need a regulatory environment that encourages that.  We have just the opposite. We have a regulatory environment that forces us to spend years and millions and millions of dollars to get the permits necessary to do the work, even at existing operations.”

Hecla CEO and NMA Board Member Phil Baker in an Oct. 17 Coeur D’Alene article on the dangers of permitting delays to domestic manufacturing.