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This commentary-submission to the public record is full of great insights into the problems of ISL uranium mining in general, and Powertech-Azarga in particular.
Mr. Gray is widely published on this topic, and rumored running for political office, so we left his name on here. We have added the red underline to the comment for emphasis.
The deadline to submit your comment is the 27 May 2015 at 11.59 pm Washington DC time. It is easy to do. Info here: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2015/05/18/isl-uranium-mining-water-restoration-gaming-the-stats-us-epa-deadline-27-may-2015/
Regarding Powertech lawsuit against Colorado: