The complete list of Member States and their Commissioners can be found here.
A list of the Officers and Committee Chairs can be found here.
IMCC Standing Committees
Becoming a member
Entry into the compact as a full member requires the enactment of legislation in the state seeking to join.
A state can also enter as an associate member, through a letter of request by its Governor, for the purpose of deciding whether to pursue full membership.
For more information, read our IMCC Primer, or visit our History page.
Benefits of membership?
The Role of the Member States
The Work of the States
Congressional Hearings of the Recent Past
-November 14, 2019- Video
Legislative Hearing on Bill H.R. 4248 (Rep. Cartwright). "Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act Amendments of 2019"
-March 28, 2019- Video
Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation: Innovative Approaches and Economic Development Opportunities
-March 8, 2018- Video
Abandoned Hardrock Mines and the Role of Non-Governmental Entities
-June 7, 2017- Video
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement’s Abandoned Mine Lands Program
-May 24, 2017- Video
Discussion Draft of The Community Reclamation Partnerships Act
-April 5, 2017- Video
Revitalizing the Economy of Coal Communities by Leveraging Local Activities and Investing More Act (RECLAIM Act).
On behalf of the National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Programs and the Interstate Mining Compact Commission, statements of