Iris Samuels, Anchorage Daily News

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State Supreme Court affirms Dunleavy decision that drained fund for Alaska college scholarships

The scholarship programs remain funded through at least June 30, and the budget making its way through the Legislature has money to fund the programs in the next fiscal year.
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Alaska’s lone US House seat will be vacant until September. What happens in the meantime?

Alaska has had no member in the U.S. House since Rep. Don Young died in March. But the office of Alaska at-large is continuing its work for constituents until Young's successor is elected.