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Someone in Alaska dies by suicide every 44 hours.
Dry weather predictions prompt additional fire suppression funds.
Dozens of people told lawmakers they’re ready to give to the state.
Trip offers chance for training and public tours.
He compares his plan to three other options.
Alaska Native women lead group in “Canoe Song.”
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.’
Dozens of people testified Friday afternoon.
Money left on the table.
One Native leader called it “progressive.”
But don’t expect an influx in smoking cafes.
It’s paid for by cruise passenger fees.
The proposal is identical to the one-sentence measure the Democratic-controlled House approved.
“2-4-6-8, We need to save our state.”
Under bill, OMB Director Arduin could override Legislature’s appropriating power.
The team was supposed to last until 2020.
Technology is taking larger role in court system.
Speakers tell people to share stories with legislators