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Both Juneau’s representatives will chair committees for the first time.
Health officials say extension would help effort against ongoing pandemic.
Presiding officers could OK attending session via videoconference.
Committee to resume Thursday.
Election security or voter suppression?
Fossil fuel-free Alaska?
Committees and caucuses.
They’ll try again Wednesday.
“The Juneau Police Department and our partners have not received any specific threats,” the agency said.
Testing sites and other COVID-19 operations will continue, officials say, but infections are trending down.
Alaska’s perennial problems are likely to dominate the session that starts next week, lawmakers say.
Only one representative out of twelve legislators voted against the mask policy.
Uncertainty shaped short-term housing plans.
No mask mandate.
He wishes winner the best.
Senate president likely loses her primary.
Things are moving fast.
Legislative leaders from all parties say they want to work together and finish on time.
Legislative session starts with split votes and objections.
Thirty-three were present, 30 votes were needed.