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Looking back on the week in the Alaska Legislature.
How many jobs would be cut in Juneau?
Partisan politics be damned.
Job cuts are not final
UA would have to stop doing some things.
Some nominees have been “found wanting.”
Committees masquerade as ‘informational meetings.’
House Reps. attempt to stay updated.
“The true enemy of the environment is poverty.”
It will be tough to get enough support for them.
Senate Bill 22 could pave the way for this industry
Tourism is the main bright spot for Southeast.
Standing room only.
The House is a week away from a dubious record.
Both were selected to work for the Department of Administration.
The Legislature has a tall task ahead.
Keep up with live updates of legislature.
A few locals have new statewide seats.
Eleven days in, still very little progress.
He also admitted to making inaccurate statements in a confirmation hearing.