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Thu Feb 23, 2012


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House majority leader Alan Austerman says he’s open to making changes to a bill that would re-establish Alaska’s Coastal Management Program. NOAA reports “mountainous” seas during February blow. Backers push biomass energy during House committee hearing. Sen. Kookesh — if made king for a day — would split the permanent fund, and shift college scholarship money toward preschool education. Gov. Parnell signs bill waiving electronic filing requirements for office-seekers who have no computers or internet at home.

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