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Interior, Agriculture Departments advance mining reforms aimed at protecting and empowering tribal communities

A May 12, 2019 photo, shows what’s left of the Lavender pit mine outside Bisbee, Arizona, where the copper operation stopped in 1974. Forty-five years later, the pit remains a scar on the landscape, the layering made from potentially toxic mine tailings. (Anita Snow/Associated Press)

A May 12, 2019 photo, shows what’s left of the Lavender pit mine outside Bisbee, Arizona, where the copper operation stopped in 1974. Forty-five years later, the pit remains a scar on the landscape, the layering made from potentially toxic mine tailings. (Anita Snow/Associated Press)

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