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- JDHS head football coach Kevin Hamrick, said he doesn't know how much longer the school will be able to fund its team. Both JDHS and TMHS also face safety concerns from playing freshmen on varsity.
- Attorney General Jahna Lindemuth said banishment cases generally are private civil actions that the state has no authority over, but the state will investigate cases involving possible crimes or constitutional issues if asked.
- Senate President Pete Kelly said after convening the session in Juneau, the Senate plans to hold hearings in Anchorage and return to Juneau when there's something to act on.
- The Juneau Assembly declined to pass a broaden sales tax exemption for seniors. Opposition from businesses prodded elected officials to refer the initiative back to committee.