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Juneau Empire
This day in Juneau history: June 12, 1986According to FBI affidavits, the pair were given expensive boats and vacations
This day in Juneau history: June 12, 1986
Juneau Empire / Posted 13 days ago
According to FBI affidavits, the pair were given expensive boats and vacations from North Slope Borough contractors. Gov. Bill Sheffield signed 146 bills into law, making sure to either sign or veto each bill left on his desk. On another note,... Read more
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Juneau Empire
This Day in Juneau History: June 10, 1986On June 10, 1986, Gov. Bill Sheffield vetoed multiple state and local projects,
This Day in Juneau History: June 10, 1986
Juneau Empire / Posted 15 days ago
On June 10, 1986, Gov. Bill Sheffield vetoed multiple state and local projects, cutting an overall $45.2 million from the state’s budget. To keep cuts equal throughout each district of Alaska, Sheffield and staff designated a 20 percent cutting cap... Read more
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Juneau Empire
This Day in Juneau History: June 9, 19869, 1986, more decisions were made to aid Alaska’s budget debacle. After cutting
This Day in Juneau History: June 9, 1986
Juneau Empire / Posted 16 days ago
9, 1986, more decisions were made to aid Alaska’s budget debacle. After cutting about $45 million from the budget, Gov. Bill Sheffield was expected to sign all three of the budget bills passed through the Alaska Legislature and planned for... Read more
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Juneau Empire
This Day in Juneau History: June 6, 1986On June 6, 1986, Gov. Bill Sheffield signed into law SB 391, a new ethics code
This Day in Juneau History: June 6, 1986
Juneau Empire / Posted 19 days ago
On June 6, 1986, Gov. Bill Sheffield signed into law SB 391, a new ethics code outline for executive branch employees after Sheffield was heavily criticized by the Alaska Senate for his own actions the year before. Accused of using his position for... Read more

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