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Elerding to Sitka Chamber: Prop 1 opponents claim it’s too soon to roll back oil tax reform. Former Haines Rep. Bill Thomas considers a run for House or Senate seats. Wrangell Rep. Peggy Wilson continues her focus on transportation.

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