Anchorage Edition: February 27, 2009
- Governor Palin stumps for a House bill to promote an abortion restriction bill aimed at minors
- Palin is looking a little haggard and the press corps in Juneau is looking irritated with her, especially compared to last year
- There’s disagreement in Juneau over how to handle incoming federal stimulus money
- The death penalty debate in Juneau is in full swing
- Governor Palin agrees to reimburse the state for some of her per diem payments
- State is upset with BP over a powerful North Slope pipeline explosion
- Louisiana Governor Jindal makes light of volcanic monitoring in the stimulus bill and Alaska blows its collective top
- 36% of kids in Anchorage Schools are overweight, as was revealed in a new study
- Alaska legislators may get a pay raise to more than $50,000 annually, a boost of about 100%, though they would lose their per diem benefit
- The 90-day legislative session is extremely tight
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HOST: Michael Carey, freelance editorial writer for the Anchorage Daily News
- Paul Jenkins, conservative commentator
- Rosemary Shinohara, Anchorage Daily News
- Steve MacDonald, KTUU Channel 2 News
KSKA (FM) BROADCAST: Friday, February 27, 2009 at 7:30 p.m.
KAKM (TV) BROADCAST: Friday, February 27, 2009 at 10:30 p.m.; repeats Saturday, February 28 at 5:00 p.m.
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