Tribes seek more details on water use at Arizona copper mine

Equipment stands around the Resolution Copper Mining area Shaft #9, right, and Shaft #10, left, that awaits the expansion go ahead in Superior, Ariz., June 15, 2015. A federal agency says an environmental review for a proposed copper mine in Arizona falls short on details about water and the potential impacts of climate change. (Ross D. Franklin/AP, File)

Equipment stands around the Resolution Copper Mining area Shaft #9, right, and Shaft #10, left, that awaits the expansion go ahead in Superior, Ariz., June 15, 2015. A federal agency says an environmental review for a proposed copper mine in Arizona falls short on details about water and the potential impacts of climate change. (Ross D. Franklin/AP, File)

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