Alaska Edition April 11, 2014

Revenue forecast for North Slope oil provokes controversy. Rio Tinto leaves the Pebble Partnership. Minimum wage bill gathering steam in House of Representatives. The Anchorage Dispatch purchases the Anchorage Daily News. No-sell booze bill gets committee OK. Gov. Parnell offers tax relief to refineries. Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Conservation steps into battle over clean up of North Pole refinery. Anchorage police officers writing fewer traffic tickets.

HOST: Michael Carey


  • Tony Hopfinger, Alaska Dispatch
  • Dermot Cole, Alaska Dispatch
  • Paul Jenkins,  Anchorage Daily Planet

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