2012-07-19 Fully Executed Temporary Access Agreement.pdf
NNC Legislation 0373-13 ROW for URI
22nd Navajo Nation Council’s Contact Information
TELL THE RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE TO SAY NO TO NEW URANIUM MINING
The Resources Development Committee of the Navajo Nation Council is considering a resolution that would allow a Texas uranium mining company, Uranium Resources, Inc. (“URI”), formerly known as “HRI”, access to tribal lands for uranium mining. The resolution, Resolution 0373-13, is sponsored by Council Delegates Leonard Tsosie and Katherine Benally. The RDC is inviting public comments until December 21, 2013, 5 P.M. Please ask RDC members to say NO to new uranium mining. The RDC should reject the resolution because:
- The resolution violates the Diné Natural Resources Protection Act of 2005. In that law, the entire Navajo Nation Council prohibited uranium mining and processing on tribal land. The resolution would allow URI to mine uranium on reservation land in Churchrock. A single committee of the Council cannot overturn legislation passed by the entire Council.
- The resolution violates the Radioactive Substances Transportation Act of 2012, which was passed by the entire Navajo Nation Council. That law prohibits transportation of radioactive materials across tribal land, except in limited circumstances that must be approved by the Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency.
- The resolution violates the Navajo Nation Energy Policy of 2013, passed by the entire Navajo Nation Council.
- The resolution conflicts with the access agreement that the Navajo Nation has already negotiated with URI and that does not allow any new uranium mining.
- The people of the Navajo Nation have rejected uranium mining because it has never resulted in any meaningful economic development for the Diné – it has only resulted in radioactive air, polluted water, sickness and death.
Comments on Resolution 0373-13 should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Letters and written comments should be mailed to: Executive Director, Office of Legislative Services, PO Box 3390, Window Rock, AZ. 86515
We need to be there. However, letters to editor and using media as much as possible. What does prz shelley stand? This is a violation and BIA is probably assisting nehind the scenes. Organized crimes and the monsters are joined with US govt/corp. How do we protect ourselves? Will federal govt listen to our clans and families that feel tribal leaders are corrupted and do not follow our cultural tenets and principles? What next? We all run for council! !
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radioactive elements it is made up of 238 particles in it’s nuclei none of these uranium nuclei combinations balance the negative and positive micro discharge during the phases of crushing and milling. each nuclei constantly expells micro parts this radiation is also accompanied by dangerously enormous micro electro bursts of energy 1000 times greater which rips apart cellular reproductive DNA, when our bodies can excrete soluble radioactive relatively well this protection system fails when human bodies contract cesium by consumption in foods thats been effected the body thinks that it’s iron when exposure is chronic and repeated. we the Havasupai warriors will not allow this bill to contaminate the air the soil and ground water for our neighboring nation the dineh. we took them to refuge when kit carson raided we again will stand with them100 %,.