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Fri Jan 27, 2012


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Proposed Forest Service rules would improve watershed, habitat protection. Project Homeless Connect event in Sitka draws over 40 people. Texting-while-driving ban on the move in the state legislature. Senate bipartisan coalition to draft its own version of oil tax reform.

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