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House (and state) holds its breath for Monday’s vote.
Bills are moving, but there’s no guarantee they’ll get past the governor.
Ferry workers strike, and the state strikes back
It might as well be Groundhog Day.
They failed, again.
Accounting concern is sweeping the state.
Senate Finance Committee spends afternoon slogging through legal and technical details
Both sides traded barbs.
It will be her second bid trying to unseat Don Young.
The University of Alaska of the future will not look like it does now.
Protesters rally in Juneau.
Lawmakers give impassioned speeches, but don’t have the votes to override vetoes.
The vote failed, but they said a lot.
They had one message to the governor.
All roads — and planes — may lead to Wednesday.
The response was overwhelming.
‘It’s comparable to one of the jobs here. It’s comparable to an entire program.’
Here’s a run-down of what happened today.
The Corps will take comments until July 1, and use them to incorporate changes into a final EIS