In the mining impacted town of Crawford, Nebraska the Oglala Sioux Tribe started a movement in hopes of protecting their Sacred Waters which had been threatened when the NRC made a recommendation towards their approval by ignoring the rights they stood in direct violation. The Canadian Corp. runs the world’s largest publicly traded uranium mining company. Although, their staffing unit displaced within Crow Butte Mine, failed at investigating the cultural resources during the renewal of their license to mine. This assisted the Federal Administrative Judges ruling in which they deemed the National Historical Act and National Environmental Act or NEPA enough for the Native Tribe to score a win. The Canadian corporation already faces tax-dodging allegation within it’s home country and an investigation by the Internal Revenue Service of over $32 million in U.S. back taxes.