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June 12, 2014 2:03 PM

Cal Poly student proposes ban on electronics using 'conflict minerals'

A resolution proposed by Katie Hoselton, a Cal Poly political science student, hopes to prevent the university’s purchase of electronics made using “conflict minerals” that are mined in the Democratic Republic of Congo and sold to finance war efforts there.

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