House Floor Session

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House Floor Session

Lt. Governor Fran Ulmer gavels the House into session, administers the oath of office to the members and presides over the selection of a temporary presiding officer as the First Session of the Twenty-second Alaska Legislature begins in the Capitol.

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House Floor Session

Ninth Alaska Legislature – Second Session – Day 74In the first live broadcast of the Alaska House of Representatives, members pass HJR39 proposing an amendment to the Constitution establishing the Permanent Fund and debate time zone changes. House Speaker Mike Bradner, D – Fairbanks; Majority Leader Mike Miller, D – Juneau; Minority Leader Keith Specking,…

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