FAA Policy Would Limit Some Night Flying; And Bill Walker Takes A Jab At Gov. Parnell

The FAA may be enforcing a policy that would cancel some night flying at some Alaska airports and other airfields around the country. More natural gas is being discovered in Cook Inlet; there might even be a surplus. The Alaska Congressional delegation seems conflicted about Syria. Walmart and Alaska fishermen are engaged in a bit of a rumble over salmon. Municipal Assessor Marty McGee steps down after a dispute with the Sullivan Administration. The British Counsel post in San Francisco was in town last week and had some things to say about the proposed Pebble Mine. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell visits Alaska. The Parnell Administration resists the insurance exchanges that are part of the Obama Healthcare law.  Independent gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker takes a shot at Gov. Parnell for turning down a chance to meet representatives of a Japanese company interested in investing in LNG.

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