Marco Rubio Knows America's Future Depends On Rare Elements

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Rare elements like neodymium, niobium and cerium are critical to every aspect of our modern society from smart phones to electric cars. But China has a strangle-hold on the industry, so we need legislation to level the playing field like Marco Rubio’s Rare Earth Coop 21st Century Manufacturing Act.
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