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Cruise Ship Waste Bill Passes; And Legislature Looks To Ease Restrictions On PFD Eligibility

By | February 22, 2013

Alaska Edition Host Michael Carey

Alaska Edition Host Michael Carey

The Alaska State Senate passes the Parnell Administration’s cruise ship bill over the protracted objections of the Democratic minority. Mayor Dan Sullivan effort to re-write the municipal labor law has the unions and their allies in a frenzy. The Senate is in an uproar over the proposed school-voucher amendment to the Constitution. A 25-year-old driver dies in a police shooting after ramming his stolen vehicle into patrol cars. The Legislature wants to ease restrictions on eligibility for the Alaska Permanent Fund dividend. Both Houses of the Legislature are passing pro-gun measures that are essentially nullification laws. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar is leaving office. The latest on Fairbanks’ wood-burning stoves.

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