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There’s still a long time left in the budget process.
A couple votes in particular were heated.
Most respondents were from Anchorage or the Mat-Su Valley.
She said reports of her past have been “incredibly distorted.”
They dive into the process next week.
People of all ages were fired up.
They still hadn’t talked about the dividend.
Only one amendment passed Tuesday.
It washed up just north of Juneau.
One bill is meant to be a “conversation starter.”
She’s been in that position since 2012.
He’ll stay on until the state finds a replacement.
They heard from nearly 2,000 Alaskans.
Projections for king salmon are low once again.
The Forest Service process marches on.
Dozens of people told lawmakers they’re ready to give to the state.
They’ve gotten support in Sitka and Juneau.
Their families have only found out in recent years.
Some critics are blinded by emotion, one re-entry expert says.
It would be a ‘crippling blow.’