Alaska Edition: May 23, 2014

Forest fires fill Southcentral Alaska with smoke. Providence Hospital is opposing MLP’s proposed rate increase. The Anchorage School Board has passed a budget that would restore some teaching positions. More and more farmers markets are accepting food stamps. The Native village of Eklutna has received regulatory help from the Anchorage Assembly. Senate candidate Joe Miller raises global warming as a primary issue. Promoters of the legalization of marijuana hold a seminar on how to get into the business if legalized. People bike to work in Anchorage – but just how many. There’s a lot of negative advertising on TV this political season. How do voters find out what is accurate?

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HOST: Michael Carey


  • Steve MacDonald, Channel 2 News.
  • Suzanna Caldwell, Alaska  Dispatch/ADN.
  • Anne Hillman,  APRN

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