decision on the need

as indicated in the policy advisory or potentially through a rulemaking, could impact a company’s ability to continue mining. In addition, thereSurface Mining Control and Reclamation Act’s requirements related to financial assurances. In view of the current status of the self-bonding bankruptcies and recent executive orders concerning rulemakings, OSMRE will reconsider the scope of the policy advisory and revise or rescind, as appropriate. In addition, OSMRE will revisit themagnetic ringof the pending GAO audit of financial assurances currently underway. The OSMRE will solicit public input prior to finalizing any decision on the need for further rulemaking. The OSMRE will continue to monitor the status of self-bonding issues in state programs in cooperation with the
ring magnetsof the pending GAO audit of financial assurances currently underway. The OSMRE will solicit public input prior to finalizing any decision on the need for further rulemaking. The OSMRE will continue to monitor the status of self-bonding issues in state programs in cooperation with the
ring magnetsof the pending GAO audit of financial assurances currently underway. The OSMRE will solicit public input prior to finalizing any decision on the need for further rulemaking. The OSMRE will continue to monitor the status of self-bonding issues in state programs in cooperation with the
ring magnetof the pending GAO audit of financial assurances currently underway. The OSMRE will solicit public input prior to finalizing any decision on the need for further rulemaking. The OSMRE will continue to monitor the status of self-bonding issues in state programs in cooperation with the