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Answer to Petition for review ( 07:48:05 FriDec 5 2014 )

Here is James Buchal's answer to the State's Petition for the California Supreme Court to review the recent Third Appellate Court's landmark Decision which confirms our right to mine on the public lands free from the unreasonable dictates of State government.

Keep in mind that this is not actually the review. This is an argument why the California Supreme should not do a review.

I believe this is the State's last hope of holding onto the power to impose unreasonable prohibitions and restrictions over the mining industry. They could Petition the U.S. Supreme Court, but that would likely be a waste of time.

I know this first step only concerns California. But the very same legal arguments will apply to other States where our industry is facing similar difficulties.

Keep your fingers crossed, you guys. A win here will reinforce our rights for many years to come! It would allow us to leave the industry positioned in better shape than what we inherited, in my own case, more than 35 years ago:

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Re: Answer to Petition for review ( 17:40:09 FriDec 5 2014 )

It reads exceedingly well to my untrained eye!

So let us all hope that it is read by the Calif. Supreme Court through the clear eyes of truth and justice, and not through the myopic vision of some agenda driven scheme!!!

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Re: Answer to Petition for review ( 17:49:39 FriDec 5 2014 )

Fantastic work! Mr. Buchal once again demonstrates his absolute mastery of case law as it pertains to Mr. Rienharts case and our cause.


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