Interior Secretary Sally Jewell (center) gets a tour of King Cove, Alaska.
Annie Feidt/Alaska Public Radio Network
September 11, 2013 A proposed road in Alaska is pitting residents against environmentalists. The people who live in a remote village want better access to an airport with year-round flights to Anchorage for medical emergencies. But the road would cut through a wilderness area, which environmentalists say would set a bad precedent.
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