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June - December


  1. Senate President, Senator Drue Pearce, comments on the possibilities of US market demand being large enough that rival Alaskan and Canadian gas projects may not have to compete against each other., 09-26-00
    = Drue Pearce, 68 K
  2. Former House Speaker, Representative Gail Phillips, discusses some of the similarities between Alaska and the Canadian Far North and how both peoples can use our common experiences to solve many of our common problems., 09-26-00
    = Gail Phillips, 82 K
  3. Rep. Gail Phillips, talks about her observations of an efficient waste management system she observed during her trip to the Canadian Northwest Territories., 09-26-00
    = Gail Phillips, 99 K
  4. Charles Brauer, VP-Marketing - Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, speculates on the new opportunites opened by the Legislature's recent trade mission to Alberta and the Canadian Northwest Territories., 09-26-00
    = Charles Brauer, VP-Marketing - ASRC, 86 K


  1. Senate President, Senator Drue Pearce, states during Tuesday's press conference that Congress must approve any land withdrawals made by the President., 09-19-00
    = Drue Pearce, 71 K
  2. House Speaker, Representative Brian Porter, comments during Tuesday's press conference that individuals studying the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act must surely realize that further land withdrawals would simply be unlawful., 09-19-00
    = Brian Porter, 152 K


  1. Senate President, Senator Drue Pearce, comments on non-tanker oil spill standards and where they may be headed at Tuesday's opening meeting of the Task Force on Motorized Oil Transport.
    = Drue Pearce, 50 K


  1. Legislative Council Chairman, Senator Mike Miller, discusses the Legislature's motivations for filing a lawsuit against the Governor and his decision to veto the University Lands bill.
    = Mike Miller, 104 K


  1. Representative Con Bunde, a retired educator, comments on the Knowles Administration's decision to "phase-in" minimum passing scores for the new high school graduation exam.
    = Con Bunde, 61 K

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