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Peninsula Clarion
A look at the salmon habitat ballot initiativeof Elections for the 2018 ballot is Jan. 16. The Supreme Court also still has a
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 7 days ago
of Elections for the 2018 ballot is Jan. 16. The Supreme Court also still has a say in the initiative — after Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott denied the ballot petition, Stand for Salmon appealed to the Alaska Superior Court, which agreed with the... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Change in hydraulic fracking procedurebut we’ve adopted it.” There is too little science and too much at risk to sta
Juneau Empire / Posted 27 days ago
but we’ve adopted it.” There is too little science and too much at risk to stay quiet. Please join me in asking Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott to not sign this procedural change until it ensures adequate public notice and requires public comments to be... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Voices of the Peninsula: On fracking, too little science, too much riskit won’t help, but there is too little science and too much at risk to stay qui
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 27 days ago
it won’t help, but there is too little science and too much at risk to stay quiet. Please join me in asking Lt. Governor Byron Mallott to not sign this procedural change until it ensures adequate public notice and requires public comments to be... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Governor’s budget includes paying off tax credits, payroll taxLeader, said the Senate Majority plans to cut growth and only keep up with infl
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 28 days ago
Leader, said the Senate Majority plans to cut growth and only keep up with inflation. That is frustrating for Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott, who said the Senate’s lack of forethought to invest in Alaska does a disservice to rural communities. “It’s... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Clean up, closure of the Tulsequah Chief is long overduemore favorable toward ending the legacy of pollution from the Tulsequah Chief.
Juneau Empire / Posted 30 days ago
more favorable toward ending the legacy of pollution from the Tulsequah Chief. A few days ago Gov. Bill Walker and Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott joined our congressional delegation and sent a joint letter to the U.S. State Department noting the “potential... Read more

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