MINING NEWS: Legislature attacks Pebble on two fronts
Bills in Alaska House and Senate aim to protect fish and wildlife but could be disastrous for Bristol Bay area development
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Seven Alaska legislators are endorsing two new bills on the protection of salmon and wildlife that would effectively block the development of the proposed Pebble mine. Rep. Bryce Edgmon, D-Dillingham, who ousted incumbent Carl Moses on a coin flip last year, has introduced House Bill 134, and Senate....
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