Dan Coffey Fined By APOC; and Kulluk Damage Assessments Continue
Anchorage attorney, and sometimes lobbyist, Dan Coffey is fined close to $12,000 for failing to register as a lobbyist for the Municipality of Anchorage. Lawmakers get what has been called a pay raise by a change in the rules governing their office expenses. Damage assessments continue on the drill rig Kulluk. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, once again, is arguing that Mt. McKinley should undergo a name change – and return to Denali. The Alaska Republican Party is still engaged in a leadership battle. Rep. Wes Keller has introduced a bill that would require drug testing for some welfare recipients. Anchorage’s Title 21 – is the end of the debate anywhere in sight? Former governor Sarah Palin parts ways with the Fox Network.
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