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Locals crowded into a local library to voice their concerns.
Lawmakers are sending a letter to the governor.
How much power should the position have?
Some representatives confident education cut won’t happen.
Live updates from inside the Alaska Capitol.
Costs to municipal agencies remain unknown.
The numbers are in.
The bills aim to ‘reset the stage’ for addressing crime rates.
State funding cuts = less jobs in Juneau.
Dwindling budget could mean loss of services.
They believe the intentions of the law are good.
The bill is one of four major ones.
Some nominees have been “found wanting.”
Alaska’s rates of assault are much higher than the national average.
He worked with Alaska Native artists to resolve an issue with Etsy last year.
House Reps. attempt to stay updated.
They’ll be back Monday.
Tentative dates set for Murkowski, Sullivan speeches in Juneau.
Klawock mayor pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge.
“The true enemy of the environment is poverty.”