The environmental data gathered were critical in making sure the Pebble team could say with confidence that the mine plan would not harm the fishery.
Some say we are continuing to advance our project while ignoring Alaskans. But the project has made changes in direct response to Alaskans' concerns.
Let reason and facts rule the debate on a mine that promises to be a hugely valuable asset for Alaska.
OPINION: Legislature's shortsightedness on Alaska preschool programs will have long-lasting negative consequences.
The University of Alaska Board of Regents has a gun policy for our campuses that doesn't violate the Second Amendment and doesn't break state law.
The University of Alaska now attracts 63 percent of our state's college-bound high school graduates. This was unheard of a dozen years ago, when only 44 percent chose to stay inside Alaska for vocational and career training, community college or a university education.