Voters To Decide On $433 Million In Bond Projects; Campaign Season Wrapping Up

Alaska Edition Host Michael Carey

Legislators asking voters to approve $433 million in bond projects, including $50 million for the Port of Anchorage. How are Alaskans affected by Hurricane Sandy? Three subsistence fishermen found guilty of fishery law violations. Campaign season wraps up as the Nov. 6 election draws near. The Anchorage Assembly eyes reapportionment. Social conservatives target Judge Sen Tan, who is up for retention on this year’s ballot

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HOST: Michael Carey


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