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CDC lawyers say injunction win would “end cruising in Alaska for the season.”
Supporters failed to reach the signature threshold but vow to fight on
Juneau Cruise Control holds numbers of signatures close to the vest ahead of next Friday’s deadline.
CDC requires agreed-upon health and safety standards for cruises
The measure will allow large cruise ships to sail directly from Washington state to Alaska.
The bill would allow cruise ships to skip Canada on their way north.
It now heads to the House.
There’s a lot to talk about.
Voyages would be in U.S. waters.
Not so fast, says Protect Juneau’s Future committee
CDC stands by decision.
Three initiatives for city election.
Maritime law cuts off Alaskan tourism.
Juneau’s lawmakers say tourism needed for Southeast.
Will they waive them through?
Exact dates not set.
Take the survey.
The latest sign that the cruise industry’s recovery could still be many months away.
Pollution, human rights and community determinism are all on their agenda.
With the ability to quarantine guests before boarding, the industry could ensure clean boats.