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 State Rep. Beth Kerttula, D-Juneau, her husband Jim Powell, and state Rep. Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins, D-Sitka, play at the Juneau Folk Festival on Wednesday. Their band, 2nd Crossing, is named after the proposed second crossing of Gastineau Channel. Other members were Bill Childers, Odin Brudie and Tully McLaughlin. (Photo by Ed Schoenfeld)

State Rep. Beth Kerttula, D-Juneau, her husband Jim Powell, and state Rep. Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins, D-Sitka, play at the Juneau Folk Festival on Wednesday. Their band, 2nd Crossing, is named after the proposed second crossing of Gastineau Channel. Other members were Bill Childers, Odin Brudie and Tully McLoughlin. (Photo by Ed Schoenfeld)

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