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“His absence will leave Congress less colorful and certainly less punctual…”
Two days running.
The man fell several hundred feet, according to the Coast Guard
Lawmaker absences push back timeline for budget bill.
Still a long time coming.
The addition comes as part of a push by FAA for improved aviation safety in Alaska.
Over $240 million.
Filing deadline is April 1.
This year’s payout is still being decided.
Her 26-year tenure is expected to end early next year.
State officials set the dates Tuesday for the special elections to fill Alaska’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, recently vacated by the… Continue reading
Still some concerns.
Begich and Constant will run for seat previously filled by Young.
Alaska is one of three states where voters will decide this fall whether to call a convention.
Hotter weather and less rain drove the three-year drought.
A decision is expected by April 1.
Bill would set a $2,000 limit on what someone could contribute to a candidate per campaign period.
The next 10,000 years.
‘Extraordinary step forward.”