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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Della Trumble
Washington's refusal to allow a 10-mile gravel road between King Cove and the airport at Cold Bay is a matter of life or death for Alaskans who rely on quick access to airports and hospital flights as much as migratory birds rely on the eel grass that the Interior Department would rather preserve.
“This is about protecting the lives of human beings,” said Della Trumble, spokesperson for the Agdaagux Tribe of King Cove and the King Cove (Native) Corporation, in a statement.
"We'd have much less impact on the birds with our road than these wind farms have on the eagles," said Della Trumble, a spokeswoman for the King Cove Corp. and the Agdaagux tribe. "It's another slap in the face. It doesn't make sense."