2 Offices Won’t Investigate New York Constitutional Amendment on Adirondack Mining

New York Times: The offices of the New York attorney general and inspector general have declined to open investigations into the 2013 constitutional amendment that allowed a private company, NYCO Minerals, to conduct open-pit mining on state land in the Adirondack Mountains. Protect the Adirondacks, one of several environmental groups that opposed the amendment, requested the inquiries, accusing state officials of violating the New York Constitution by advocating the amendment. The group obtained hundreds of documents......

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