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‘You can’t break the economy in one portion of the state and expect everybody else to be OK.’
The goal of the program is to encourage and recognize students who enjoy reading.
Dunleavy defends his proposed budget.
“I hope that all stigma aside, people can really come to find how amazing pole fitness is.”
Clarkson says it’s not his job to support the law, it’s to enforce it.
Notice the abandoned tugboat lately?
Possible budget cuts are “overwhelming.”
He wants Alaska’s “Choose Respect” campaign to go nationwide.
“People will be locally more self-sufficient but globally more connected.”
Small, but mighty.
Murkowski talks economy, ANWR, shutdowns and Trump.
Murkowski critical of Trump’s border wall emergency, worries overreach of executive power will become norm
“The president has gotten as much what this administration can afford.”
Here’s who won.
Winter storm warning in effect.
Administration hopes private contractor will take over.
It would be the largest budget cut in the university’s 100-year history.
“There’s this undercurrent of trying to push back the marijuana industry.”
He’s filming a TV show.
They’re still trying to find its exact location.
Event also features “pitch contest” for entrepreneurs.