State Drops Militia Charges; and the Natural Gas Pipeline

This week on Alaska Edition, host Michael Carey is joined by Tim Bradner, of the Alaska Journal of Commerce, Jill Burke, of the Alaska Dispatch, and Dermot Cole, of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. The stories up for discussion this week are: state charges dropped against Shaeffer Cox; Alaska gas may go a different direction; Paul Coffey hired to push the Port of Anchorage project; Mark Avery challenged conviction; and shale oil development.

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HOST: Michael Carey, freelance editorial writer


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