MINING NEWS: Pebble critics should keep their powder dry
Michael L. Menge
For Mining News
"Ready, aim, fire” is the traditional litany of any marksman hoping to hit his target. But critics of the Pebble mineral development have confused that sequence, firing aimless broadsides at the project even before a clear target has emerged.
Recent efforts to inflame public opinion against the Pebb....
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