Nevada's Golden Child

Lewis, Judith
April 2010
High Country News;4/26/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p12
Information about several issues discussed on the gold mining operations in Nevada during a meeting among lawmakers at the Nevada's Legislature building in February 2010 is presented. Topics include the dominance among Canadian firms in the gold mining business in the area. The meeting was headed by Jan Gilbert, co-founder of the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada (PLAN), a coalition that advocates labor, social justice, and environmentalism to shift Nevada away from libertarian rule.


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