Mining News: Alaskans say ‘No’ to unclear measure
57 percent of voters reject Ballot Measure 4; anti-Pebble group returns focus to stopping copper-gold-molybdenum mine
The majority of Alaska voters followed the lead of their governor the August 26 primary, turning down Ballot Measure 4 at polling booth by a margin of nearly three to two.
When Gov. Sarah Palin took her governor’s hat off Aug. 25 and threw it in the “Vote No on Measure 4” ring; she joined leaders....
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