Monthly Archives: September 2010

Cook Inlet Gas

By Dave Donaldson

Gas supplies for SouthCentral are looking better going into this winter than they were last year.  And there’s new opposition – and support – for an Export License for the Conoco-Phllips/Marathon Liquefied Natural Gas Plant in Cook Inlet.   Continue reading

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State Says Sea Lions Don’t Need Protection

By Dave Donaldson

Governor Parnell today announced that the state has asked the Federal Government to take the Eastern population of Stellar Sea Lions off the list of species getting Endangered Species Act protection. It is currently listed as “threatened.”   Continue reading

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Sealaska Lands Bill Could Survive Murkowski Loss

By Ed Schoenfeld

Lisa Murkowski’s defeat could impact the chances of Sealaska’s lands legislation passing. The Republican U.S. Senator was the bill’s main backer in Congress. And primary winner Joe Miller has spoken against it. Continue reading

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McAdams-Miller

By Libby Casey

The national group that works to get Republicans elected to the Senate is congratulating Joe Miller on his win in the primary.  Continue reading

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Murkowski Concession

By Dave Donaldson

Senator Lisa Murkowski last night conceded her re-election bid.   In a hastily called press conference after many of the state’s absentee, questioned and early ballots had been counted,  the senior Senator said she didn’t foresee a scenario where the Republican primary would turn out in her favor. Continue reading

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