Roadless Rule Will Likely Prevent Hydro-Electric Development in Tongass

Deanna Garrison, KRBD – Ketchikan

Congressman Don Young says this month’s ruling by a federal judge reinstating the roadless rule in the Tongass would most likely prevent the development of future hydro-electric projects in much of Southeast. Young made the statement during a community roundtable in Ketchikan today.

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