Senate To Vote On Oil-Tax Legislation; ASD Superintendent Announces Retirement

Alaska Edition Host Michael Carey
Alaska Edition Host Michael Carey

The Senate moves closer to a vote on oil-tax legislation. Anchorage School Board Superintendent James Browder announces his impending retirement. Conservative lawmakers have proposed legislation that would require welfare recipients to submit to drug and alcohol tests. New analysis show that health-care costs are slowing down. State Representative Lindsey Holmes is still facing a recall.  Is there a gas shortage in Southcentral’s future? State House passes a resolution encouraging Parnell administration to push the use of homegrown foods. The Anchorage assembly continues to struggle with the mayor’s labor proposals. Senator Mark Begich accuses the Parnell Administration – and Republicans in the Legislature – of manufacturing attempts to suppress the Alaska Native vote.

HOST: Michael Carey


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