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This bill is a win for local fishing communities, which is a win for Alaska’s environment.
A proposed move is staggering in its scope, and it could do severe harm to fishing communities.
Our generation is leaving a frightening legacy to our kids: accelerating climate change and spiraling impacts of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and the ocean.
OPINION: A "fish first" policy maintains Alaska's principle of sustained yield that provides long-term economic strength.
As Alaskans whose statehood was forged from a pressing need to protect salmon stocks, shouldn't we agree that every fishing sector must conserve when resources are depleted?
Craig Medred's column "Allocation of halibut calls for revolution" (June 7) contained misleading information.