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Visitors and Juneau locals alike were excited for the arrival
As cruise ships return, some residents remain wary.
The funds, from the federal American Rescue Plan Act, will be included in the governor’s fiscal year 2023 budget.
Even if it’s a short season, it’ll set them up for success in 2022, companies say.
Hotels, motels, nobody’s in.
It now heads to the House.
It’s not just tourism.
Juneau’s lawmakers say tourism needed for Southeast.
Pollution, human rights and community determinism are all on their agenda.
This ship even has its own brand of gin.
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