What’s the difference between the gold and silver mining equipment and the medical equipment that we use to help people recover from injuries?
Gold mining equipment is usually more expensive than medical equipment because it uses the same technology, according to the National Mining Association.
The industry, however, has been lobbying the U.S. government to lift its ban on the production of medical equipment for gold miners, a move that would allow them to sell the equipment and still be able to make money.
The industry has also tried to get the federal government to allow them use the equipment in the wake of the Great Recession.
The Gold Mining Equipment Association (GMEA) argues that the federal ban on gold mining has created an unfair competition between gold and non-gold miners, which in turn hurts medical equipment manufacturers.
GMEA president Bill Rinaldi told the AP that gold mining requires more training than medical training, but also said it is more environmentally friendly and that it would be more efficient to make medical equipment.
Rinaldi said there are a number of things that could be done to improve the health of gold miners.
For example, he said, gold mining could be regulated more to protect public health and safety, and gold miners could be required to pay for their own health insurance.