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JUNEAU, Alaska - With the Legislature more than halfway through its scheduled 90-day session, major bills are starting to take shape - and a controversial bill from the past has re-emerged.
JUNEAU, Alaska - Gov. Sean Parnell has named nine members to a group created to recommended changes to Alaska's Medicaid program.
JUNEAU, Alaska - The House Education Committee amended Gov. Sean Parnell's omnibus education bill Friday over complaints with the pace with which the process was moving.
JUNEAU, Alaska - Borough mayors want to ensure they have a say on terms that will affect local communities and be negotiated by the state in pursuit of a mega-liquefied natural gas project.
Here is a sampling of editorial opinions from Alaska newspapers:
JUNEAU, Alaska - U.S. Sen. Mark Begich said Monday that Alaskans should never amend the state constitution as a "fix" for education.
JUNEAU, Alaska - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced it is taking the first steps toward restricting or even prohibiting development of a massive gold-and-copper prospect near the headwaters of a premier sockeye salmon fishery in southwest Alaska - though no final decision has been made.
JUNEAU, Alaska - Rep. Sam Kito III has been sworn in as the newest member of the Alaska Legislature.
JUNEAU, Alaska - House Democrats have confirmed Sam Kito III as the newest member of the state Legislature.
JUNEAU, Alaska - Minority Democrats in the Legislature on Monday unveiled their vision of an oil tax system should voters this summer roll back the tax structure lawmakers approved last year.
JUNEAU, Alaska - Gov. Sean Parnell has proposed an additional $32.7 million for the proposed Susitna-Watana hydro project, but that is contingent upon the Alaska Energy Authority securing land access permits required for field studies and other work.
JUNEAU, Alaska - Minority Democrats on Thursday pitched an education package that includes an increase in the per-pupil funding formula and allows charter schools to be located within neighborhood schools when space is available.
JUNEAU, Alaska - The chairman of the Senate Education Committee says he would like more money in the per-pupil funding formula than Gov. Sean Parnell has proposed.
JUNEAU, Alaska - In 2010, the state adopted an energy policy that, among other things, set a goal of having 50 percent Alaska's electric generation come from renewable and alternative energy sources by 2025.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A man who lobbied congressional members for Alaska statehood and served as one of the state's last territorial governors has died.
JUNEAU, Alaska - The House Education Committee on Friday took up funding aspects of an education bill by Gov. Sean Parnell that would allow vocational credits to be counted as high school credits for participating students.
JUNEAU, Alaska - Some high school students traveled nearly 900 miles to lobby state lawmakers on Monday to do away with Alaska's school exit exam, saying the test is so simple, it's laughable.