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A federal freeze on most evictions enacted last year is scheduled to expire July 31.
Economy already in recovery.
Avoidable and unnecessary.
The state of Alaska is trying to dispose of a 58-year-old ferry.
State records 49% more cases in 2020
Courts asked to advise.
Shutdown remains possible.
Ships expected late July.
In Alaska, providers are looking at their own improvments to access.
‘One heck of a week.’
More than 100 aircraft from three countries will be involved.
Another special session could be coming.
It’s slated for 2:45 p.m. Thursday.
Capitol reopened, and lawmakers prepare for take off.
House leaders left open the potential for continued talks or even possibly another vote.
Legislative leadership met for most of the day Tuesday.
Negotiators reached a tentative agreement Sunday on a package that includes an estimated $1,100 PFD.
Zink said just six months ago she didn’t think the state would have as much vaccine stock as it does now.
Roadless reversal riles some.