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    • Critical Budget Choices Ahead for Alaska Lawmakers

      Each lawmaker is about to spend some intense time negotiating with 59 other legislators and the governor. Each will be working toward what they individually believe will be best for Alaskans, balanced with their campaign promises and self-confidence that they have the answers.

    • The Necessity of Surveying Alaska Natives in the Selection of Judges

      A month ago, KINYradio.com published a copy of my November 19 letter to Governor Dunleavy requesting that he refrain from filling the newly created vacancy on the Court of Appeals until the Alaska Judicial Council (“AJC”) had corrected the flaws in their list of nominees.

    • The Importance of Annual Giving

      United Way of Southeast Alaska has a vision where all people have the God-given right to achieve their human potential through education, a stable income, and healthy wellbeing mentally and physically.

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    • Coast Guard maintenance on VHF radio system postponed

      The 17th Coast Guard District was scheduled to conduct maintenance on its VHF radio system Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. However, due to technical difficulties, the scheduled maintenance has been postponed.

    • Rainforest LLC gets on-site consumption allowance

      A modification to a Special Use Permit for Rainforest Farms LLC, to include onsite consumption of edible marijuana products, was passed by the City and Borough of Juneau Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday.

    • Presidential candidate visits Juneau

      Libertarian Party Presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen played some hockey, talked with local residents, and predicted her party will win a large number of votes in Alaska, during a campaign stop in Juneau Tuesday.

    • Court rules police need aerial surveillance warrants

      The Alaska Court of Appeals has ruled law enforcement officers cannot use cameras and drones for aerial searches of property without a warrant.

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