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An inconvenient truth - 60 tons of uranium comes down Grand Canyon every year naturally
In the wake of the EPA mine water spill in Colorado a variety of groups are calling for rewriting the nation's mining laws and regulations. Kevin Dahl, Arizona program manager for the National Parks Conservation Association is quoted in today's Tucson newspaper as saying, “Five million people visit the Grand Canyon every year. What if the water had arsenic or uranium in it? Every visitor