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Most everyone agreed on Dunleavy’s take on public safety.
Lawmakers caution constituents of inevitable budget cuts.
The money was already approved.
Experts see a bright future in mariculture.
Locals crowded into a local library to voice their concerns.
Lawmakers are sending a letter to the governor.
How much power should the position have?
Given Monday’s drama, organization is unlikely.
Some representatives confident education cut won’t happen.
How to justify purchasing those new waders.
Highlights from the ceremony.
Live updates from inside the Alaska Capitol.
Education commissioner tagged as emergency replacement Lt. Gov.
Here’s to you Farley-Robinson.
Costs to municipal agencies remain unknown.
The numbers are in.
Winter brings a variety of observations.
City is identifying important issues, setting sustainability goals.
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The bills aim to ‘reset the stage’ for addressing crime rates.