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- Senate candidates weigh in on Arctic issues Updated: Feb-22-14 1:46 pm
- State Department plans Arctic representative Updated: Feb-14-14 6:57 pm
- Debt limit saves GOP from political showdown Updated: Feb-13-14 1:30 pm
- Senators split on debt limit vote Updated: Feb-13-14 12:34 pm
JUNEAU, Alaska - U.S. Sen. Mark Begich has proposed a bill that would have a federal official help Alaska with a major project to export liquefied natural gas overseas.
JUNEAU, Alaska - President Barack Obama has proposed cutting the funding for the federal coordinator's office for Alaska gas line projects.
JUNEAU, Alaska - U.S. Sen. Mark Begich said Monday that Alaskans should never amend the state constitution as a "fix" for education.
JUNEAU, Alaska - In years past, work in the Legislature during the first week of March would slow substantially, if not grind to a near halt, to allow lawmakers to travel to The Energy Council and other meetings in Washington, D.C. Some would take time to return home to meet with constituents.
JUNEAU, Alaska - In the lead-up to this year's elections, The Associated Press plans to publish an occasional list featuring the positions of the highest-profile Alaska U.S. Senate candidates on different issues.
JUNEAU, Alaska - The U.S. State Department plans to create an Arctic representative position to highlight the growing importance of that region.
WASHINGTON - Republicans' new acquiescence to letting the government pile up more debt with no strings attached paid double political dividends: It spared the GOP another politically debilitating showdown with President Barack Obama and also forced Democrats to cast votes that rivals immediately used against them in this year's midterm elections.
JUNEAU, Alaska - Alaska's two U.S. senators split on a vote on raising the federal debt limit