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Rep. Kito interested in returning to 120-day legislative session

Rep. Kito interested in returning to 120-day legislative sessionThe Alaska Legislature’s most junior member says this year’s 95-day legislative session shows lawmakers can take on only a few big issues in 90 days.

Former Rep. Carl Moses dies

Former Rep. Carl Moses diesMoses was the longest-serving member of the House

Egan: Senate may resurrect bipartisan leadership caucus

Egan: Senate may resurrect bipartisan leadership caucusEgan says there was a lot of dissatisfaction with the way the Senate was run this year.

School district seeks more local funding to reduce cuts

School district seeks more local funding to reduce cutsThe Juneau School Board is asking the Juneau Assembly to increase funding for next year.

Juneau project funding approved by Legislature

Juneau project funding approved by Legislature$2.2 billion capital improvement project budget goes to Gov. Parnell for review

Gov. Parnell says he took immediate action on sexual assault allegations

Gov. Parnell says he took immediate action on sexual assault allegationsGovernor Sean Parnell is defending his decision to wait four years to request a federal investigation into reports of a sexual assault problem in the Alaska National Guard.

Sexual abuse prevention bill falls through the cracks

Sexual abuse prevention bill falls through the cracksErin's Law, a bill requiring school districts to implement sexual abuse education, seemed poised to become law

Peggy Wilson ending long legislative career

Peggy Wilson ending long legislative careerSoutheast Alaska’s longest serving lawmaker is retiring.

Lawmakers make tentative deal on education bill

Lawmakers make tentative deal on education billNegotiators from the State House and Senate have reached a deal on the governor’s education bill, and it includes a mix of permanent and one-time funding increases.

As Legislature make progress on adjourning, KABATA bill falls apart

As Legislature make progress on adjourning, KABATA bill falls apartLess than two hours after the combative House and Senate seemed to reach a truce on education, a bill dealing with the proposed Knik Arm Bridge fell apart on the House floor.