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Bipartisan bill in Georgia legislature could hinder plans for titanium mine near Okefenokee NWR

A bill filed in the General Assembly could hobble a company’s plans to mine titanium on the edge of Georgia’s Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.

House Bill 1289 would not stop the consideration or awarding of the mining permits filed by Twin Pines Minerals, LLC., if the state’s Environmental Protection Division approves them before July 1, 2022.


https://www.ajc.com/news/bipartisan-bill-would-ban-mine-permits-near-okefenokee-swamp/JXOHUDDY75G67JZAIIUMNY2YGI/

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