The analogy, in a Nov. 4 commentary, is inappropriate and deserves correction.
Oil and gas development has been in the hearts and minds of Alaskans for a long period of time. We find ourselves highly dependent on oil for revenue to finance the state. We depend on natural gas for heat and electricity. The Pebble Project as-proposed bears no comparison for Alaskans with NPR-A.
Gov. Murkowski’s comments about Pebble mine — an effort to unearth what’s believed to be a mother lode of gold and copper near the headwaters of Bristol Bay, among the world’s most successful wild commercial salmon fisheries — and EPA’s involvement in that discussion, are wrong and ill-considered.
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