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Critical Minerals Legislation Addresses Domestic Rare Earth Production Constraints

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On January 28, the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources held a hearing to receive testimony on S. 1600, the Critical Minerals Policy Act of 2013. The Act that would help facilitate domestic production of critical rare earth elements that are necessary in the manufacturing of many clean energy technologies.

This report explores the 2013 Critical Minerals Act of 2013 and assesses global critical mineral supply and demand metrics.

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