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New Arizona bill could demand more accountability from mining companies
Chino Valley residents voice concerns about potential mining effects

Cedar Heights residents at the entrance of the aggregate mine, just outside Chino Valley town limits. They are, from left: Susan Higgins, Vickie Niestey, and Leonard and Janice Shanks. New legislation may give the state more power to reject mine applications near residential areas. (Stan Bindell/Prescott Courier)

Cedar Heights residents at the entrance of the aggregate mine, just outside Chino Valley town limits. They are, from left: Susan Higgins, Vickie Niestey, and Leonard and Janice Shanks. New legislation may give the state more power to reject mine applications near residential areas. (Stan Bindell/Prescott Courier)

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