The ban was temporary until the U.S. Geodetic Survey could complete a study to determine if there was a risk to public lands. Then you underfunded them to the point that they couldn't complete the study. Now your argument is that there is no evidence of risk, so let's make some money. How stupid do you think we are? These are public lands, held in trust for the American people. All public lands should be left untouched unless there is proof that no damage will be done. Fund the study to completion, or keep your filthy hands off!