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Alaska / EPA / Clean Power Plan / Gold Mine / Cantwell Interview (Part II) #1116901

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 11, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A followup to last night's story on the move by EPA administrator Scott Pruitt to withdraw from President Obama's Clean Power Plan opening a salmon fisheries area to mining introduced. [Yesterday, with Drew Grififn, Pebble Mine Ltd. Partnership CEO Tom COLLIER†- asserts it is a process decision, not a science decision.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Washington Senator Maria Cantwell about the EPA-Alaska-mining story. [CANTWELL - says this is a sweetheart deal for a mining executive threatening the salmon estuary: it is appalling. because scientists decided it was too risky for the fishing industry; expresses concern about what the EPA is doing when it should be protecting the environment; notes we are asking for hearings & an investigation.]

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