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Analysis: Juneau voters break for Democrats, back initiatives

Analysis: Juneau voters break for Democrats, back initiativesJuneau voters went against the national and statewide Republican trend Tuesday

Kids have access to pot without legalization

Kids have access to pot without legalizationTeenage use of marijuana is not a rarity in our state, and kids know where to purchase it whether Prop 2 passes or not.

Marijuana measures In Oregon, Alaska reflect lessons learned In Washington

Marijuana measures In Oregon, Alaska reflect lessons learned In WashingtonAlaska isn’t the only state considering whether to legalize and regulate recreational marijuana. In the Pacific Northwest, Oregon also has the question on the ballot.

None testify In favor of pot at hearing in Bethel

None testify In favor of pot at hearing in BethelThe Bethel Legislative Office was packed Monday afternoon as Alaska Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell lead a hearing on Ballot Measure 2, a marijuana initiative that will appear on the November 4 ballot.

Kiehl joins coalition of parents backing legal weed measure

Kiehl joins coalition of parents backing legal weed measureJuneau Assembly member Jesse Kiehl says legalizing the recreational use of marijuana is a public safety issue

Conservative coalition forms to support marijuana legalization

Conservative coalition forms to support marijuana legalizationSome conservatives are formally declaring their support for Proposition 2.

Initiative to re-establish coastal management program fails

Alaska voters have voted against a proposal to re-establish coastal management program.

Kerttula, Munoz stay busy despite no primary, general election challengers

Juneau’s legislative delegation would’ve been excused if they took it easy this summer, instead they stayed busy by reaching out to new communities in their districts, volunteering for other campaigns, and doing constituent service.

Crunch time for hotly contested Ballot Measure 2

If approved, Measure 2 would restore the Alaska Coastal Management Program -- a federally funded state agency that operated smoothly, and with little fanfare, for more than 30 years before legislators and the Parnell administration failed to reach a deal to reauthorize it in 2011.

APOC refuses expedited consideration of CZM ballot measure complaint

The Alaska Public Offices Commission has refused to consider a complaint over campaign ads against the group "Vote No on 2" on an expedited basis.
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