Anchorage Edition: December 3, 2010

Each week, KAKM gathers commentators for a review of the week’s news, politics and public affairs in Anchorage and Alaska. Topics for this week are expected to include:

  • Joe Miller takes election to court.
  • Senate rejects a ban on earmarks.
  • Parnell Administration says it’s time for the Susitna (Watana) dam.
  • Congress continues to meet in a lame duck session.
  • Obama Administration says it is time for a federal pay raise, a two-year freeze.
  • Kyle Johansen and Charisse Millett left the Republican House caucus and now they want back in.
  • Congressman Don Young gets a new office.
  • Environmentalists and friends are gathering in DC for the 50th anniversary of creation of the Arctic National Wildlife Range.

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HOST: Michael Carey, Freelance editorial writer, Anchorage Daily News


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