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04:35:56 Mon
Jun 13 2011

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The latest on AB 120 from Rachel Dunn

I'm putting this on the Alaska forum because there are a lot of people on here that are from, or interested in, the happenings with the dredging ban in California.


Rachel Dunn has been working her heart out in Sacramento, trying to influence the legislatures push to ban dredging. This is what she is asking for.


Hi all,

We're at the end game in Sacramento. The only hope we have is staying part of the budget conversation. In order to stay in the conversation, we need to come up on the search engines when "California budget" is searched for today and tomorrow.

Can everyone please send these instructions out to your email list - we need participation to make this work!

Click on the following links, and then when they open, click on every story that has to do with suction gold mining in CA (the ones that include $1.8m or $1.8m error are most helpful, because they include quotes from Jerry Brown).

You do not have to read the stories over and over; just by opening them, the Search engines calculate popularity and will keep them on page 1 with the California Budget news. Just click on each link below and click on our stories once you're there. Make sure you do this on all 3 search engines below.

Rachel Dunn




James Foley
Property and Mining Rights Advocate
Horse Creek, California
06:25:38 Mon
Jun 13 2011

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Re: The latest on AB 120 from Rachel Dunn

Lets hope it is defeated. Then the miner's can get back to business as usual. The Calif. politicians must have their head up U no where. The New Forty Niners and countless other people have been fighting this. Why can't the Politicians see the light? Too much pay-off from the greenies/indian money?


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