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Pebble Mine: Alaskans don't want feds, enviros deciding their future

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ILIAMNA, Alaska — Lary Hill grew up in a crowded house surrounded by generations of family deep in the Alaska bush country. In Iliamna, some 180 air miles southwest of Anchorage, communities hunted and fished to survive. Hill, 68 and an elder of the community of 120 residents, said his family had no idea they were poor until the federal government told them. "We always had enough food to...

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