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Alaska pollock required in school lunches
Committee will focus on partnerships between tribes and state government.
Under bill, OMB Director Arduin could override Legislature’s appropriating power.
Hundreds of Marine Highway jobs could be cut.
Senators unhappy with progress on recidivism
Legislators have a full plate, limited time.
Juneau could lose out on $400,000 annually.
Marine Highway closure could have dire results
Committees can start working on legislation
Forty percent of university funding comes from the state.
Hoffman calls 25 percent proposed cuts to education ‘unacceptable’
Murkowski, Sullivan to address Legislature.
Dunleavy’s budget would cut state funding for public media.
How many jobs would be cut in Juneau?
Partisan politics be damned.
Speaker nominations fail, again.
The bills address sex crimes, pretrial processes, parole and prison sentences.
Most everyone agreed on Dunleavy’s take on public safety.
Lawmakers caution constituents of inevitable budget cuts.
Locals crowded into a local library to voice their concerns.