Hal Quinn on manufacturing revival in California

Posted on May 28, 2013 by Minerals Make Life

National Mining Association President and CEO Hal Quinn responded today to a recent Washington Examiner article highlighting the manufacturing “revival” happening near Silicon Valley, Calif., due to pro-business regulatory processes and economic policies.

“Leaders in Washington should note the effectiveness of Fremont’s pro-business policies, and take steps to streamline this duplicative regulatory process. With increased production of domestic minerals, the benefits will be reaped by U.S. manufacturers and newly-employed Americans,” Quinn said.

Read the full letter-to-the-editor here.

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