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Beginning Sept. 27.
The bill passed, when do you get a check or deposit?
1,068 new cases of COVID-19, with case counts 13% higher than last week. Juneau reports 61.
Legislature is set to meet in Juneau on Oct. 1.
Next stop: The governor’s desk.
The special session is set to expire tonight.
State rep calls her remarks “incorrect, insensitive and hurtful.”
She requested the excusal from Saturday through Jan. 15.
Ready for litigation.
The announcement is the latest in a long-running dispute.
Health officials say vaccination remains best option but treatment may help some.
Review was basis for plans to open an additional roughly 6.8 million acres to oil and gas leasing.
Workers are strained.
Local expert says no
“They said, we have a job to do and we’ll do it.”
Incentive campaign to grant $49,000 cash and scholarship prizes to weekly winners
‘Contemplating the venue.’
It’s a step forward that Juneau is eyeing for the future.
Maybe another session.