The Pew Campaign for Responsible Mining has three great posters. I downloaded and printed one and now it hangs in my office.
Maybe it is not great art. It comes from a site that supposedly is in opposition to mining. But there is a silly appeal about this and the other two posters that make them irresistible wall art. With high-quality color printers, my hanging looks like an expensive print from on of those fancy art shops.
If pew art does not take your fancy, you can still take a look at the Pew website. They really have a thing about the 1872 Mining Law and base their claim that it should be changed on scare tactics about mining the Grand Canyon and gobbling up pretty mining towns in the west.
The surprise to me is how slowly and thoroughly the US Congress and Senate are being about this one. Or are they merely caught between conflicting sides and hoping it will go away with the coming of a new president? No matter as long as folk turn out nice things to hang on the wall along the way.