In southern Arizona, the proposed site of a new mine is pitting the mining company, Resolution Cooper, against the San Carlos Apache people. The site sits above one of the largest untapped copper reserves in North America and is worth billions of dollars but is also a sacred site for the San Carlos Apache tribe. Special Correspondent, Benedict Moran, reports from Oak Flat, Arizona.
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