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April 26, 2013 3:37 PM

EPA backs finding that proposed mine would hurt Alaska salmon runs

The Environmental Protection Agency says the proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska could wipe out nearly 100 miles of streams and 4,800 acres of wetlands in one of the last places remaining in the world to support huge runs of wild salmon.

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