At best, the state’s appeal is duplicative. At worst, it is an unlawful and wasteful action.
Assistant Secretary Sweeney is simply following the CARES Act as it was written and mandated by Congress.
The Corps must bring science and the expertise of other agencies and of the people of Bristol Bay back into the process.
If the governor’s cuts are passed as proposed, we believe that what’s left of a heavily diminished nonprofit sector will be overwhelmed by increased need.
There is no law or federal policy that compels the Corps to put speed over substance on a project that could be disastrous for Bristol Bay.
The proposed Pebble mine poses fundamental and unacceptable risks to the salmon fisheries of the Bristol Bay region and the economic and subsistence benefits those fisheries provide.
OPINION: People of Bristol Bay have abundant reason to give thanks, and don't intend to let Pebble to lessen that abundance.
OPINION: It makes no sense to vote to repeal a productive law like SB 21 to go back to ACES. Production of Native oil and gas resources needs to be competitive in order to share their potential with all Alaskans.