The group is seeking an injunction until a judge ultimately can determine who has rights to that land and whether mining would infringe on Apaches’ religious practices.
The Forest Service says it’s doing what Congress mandated.
Here is an overview of the case:
Stand-alone legislation in Congress for the land exchange failed for several years. In December 2014, the late U.S. Sen. John McCain and former U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona slipped the exchange into a must-pass defense bill.
The provision required an environmental impact statement before Resolution Copper would exchange eight parcels it owns in Arizona for 3.75
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