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    News of the North

    Wednesday, September 7th, 2022 - 15 minutes

    A trove of documents obtained by News of the North appear to show recent settlements with former Kenai Peninsula Borough employees.

    This week, legislation sponsored by Rep. Matt Claman that modernizes Alaska’s marriage statutes became law.

    The question of whether Alaska should hold a constitutional convention will be up to voters this November.

    Two organizations say they have filed a complaint with the agency that enforces Alaska campaign finance rules, alleging improper coordination between Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s campaign and a third-party group that supports Dunleavy’s reelection.

    The CBJ Assembly Finance Committee will meet tonight.

    The CBJ will see a significant bump in hotel bed tax and sales tax receipts.

    The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is reminding hunters of waterfowl regulations, which change the timing of season opening and closure dates on an alternating yearly schedule.

    As election season is in full swing, the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council is monitoring developments to the Tongass roadless rule.

    Juneau School Superintendent Bridget Weiss spoke to open positions in the district while a guest on action line.

    The Southeast Conferences 2022 Annual Meeting in Ketchikan takes place next week, September 13-15.

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