Mining News: Barr offers voice of reason
NANA spokeswoman travels state warning Alaskans about the ‘devastating effects’ of ‘deceptive anti-mining initiatives’
Compiled by Shane Lasley
North of 60 Mining News
Rosie Barr, spokeswoman for NANA’s “Voices of Reason Campaign,” told Mining News that anti-mining initiatives expected to come before Alaska voters on this fall’s ballot would shut down existing mines like the huge Red Dog zinc-lead mine in Northwest Alaska and prevent the permitting of future mines....
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