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Shellfish rehabilitation bill carries economic potential
Experts see a bright future in mariculture.
At town hall, Juneau residents worry about budget cuts
Locals crowded into a local library to voice their concerns.
Should Alaska privatize prisons? Dems upset over budget director’s ties to industry
Lawmakers are sending a letter to the governor.
Budget director’s history of cutting with ‘hatchet, not a scalpel’ sparks concern
How much power should the position have?
House Republicans criticize Dunleavy’s proposed education cut
Some representatives confident education cut won’t happen.
Capitol Live: Private contractor to take over administration at psych institute
Live updates from inside the Alaska Capitol.
Senators open to public comment on crime bills
The bills aim to ‘reset the stage’ for addressing crime rates.
Ethics restrictions too broad, some lawmakers say
They believe the intentions of the law are good.
Capitol Live: Annual salaries of key figures in the governor’s office
They’ll be back Monday.
Here’s when Alaska’s U.S. senators will be at the Capitol
Tentative dates set for Murkowski, Sullivan speeches in Juneau.
Governor tabs new Administration commissioner
She has extensive federal government experience.
Capitol Live: Dunleavy announces earthquake disaster relief is on the way
FEMA is expected in Anchorage tonight.
Capitol Live: What’s happening at the Capitol today
Get the latest on what’s happening on the hill.
Dunleavy amendments look to shift power away from lawmakers
It will be tough to get enough support for them.
Capitol Live: Mariculture could be a $100 million industry in Alaska
Senate Bill 22 could pave the way for this industry
Alaska’s job market projected to rebound in 2019
Tourism is the main bright spot for Southeast.
‘The $1.6B problem’: Senators, commissioners gear up for budget challenge
It’s still unclear when the budget will be unveiled.
Alaska attorney general says he can set aside personal views on abortion
Kevin Clarkson said the attorney general’s job is to respect the law.
Reps talking, but House still unsettled
The House is a week away from a dubious record.
11 days, and still no House leadership
The clock is ticking.