Anchorage Edition: March 6, 2009
- Legislators head to an “Energy Council” conference in Washington, DC, yet there’s no discoverable information about the purpose or content of the meeting; why are so many going, and what’s the purpose of the meeting?
- University of Alaska budget may be getting significant cuts in the Legislature’s plans
- Stimulus money is headed to Alaska — what will it fund in Fairbanks and beyond?
- Cole has been campaigning against illegal campaign signs — how’s that going?
- Former Senator John Cowdery, 79, asks for home confinement rather than prison time
- Governor Palin announces support for a “bullet line” to deliver North Slope natural gas to southcentral Alaska
- Does a bullet line project impact a gas line project that feeds Canadian and lower 48 markets?
- Anchorage Assembly still wrangling with deficit and expensive union contracts
- ConocoPhilips announces 40 job cuts in Alaska and 40 job transfers out of Alaska; famous investor Warren Buffett admits he made a huge mistake investing in ConocoPhilips in 2008
- Iditarod race launches this week; how is it covered on TV?
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HOST: Michael Carey, freelance editorial writer for the Anchorage Daily News
- Paul Jenkins, conservative commentator
- Dermot Cole, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
- Steve MacDonald, KTUU Channel 2 News
KSKA (FM) BROADCAST: Friday, March 6, 2009 at 2:30 p.m.
KAKM (TV) BROADCAST: Friday, March 6 at 9:30 p.m.; repeats Saturday, March 7 at 5:00 p.m.
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