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Mike Dunleavy’s budget vetos on the first day of the Second Special Session of the Alaska Legislature in Juneau on Monday, July 8, 2019.
(Michael Penn | Juneau Empire) Many of the speakers noted that difficult decisions had to be made concerning the state budget, but that such deep and extensive cuts would cripple the state for generations.
Union members, students, teachers, community activists and all manner of concerned citizens gathered in front of the Alaska Capitol at noon Monday.
The rally was organized to protest the proposed 0 million in cuts made to government programs by Gov.
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Alaska-based oil companies bribe politicians, engage in racketeering all in a conspiracy to rob Alaska of its oil wealth, much of it done right out in the open.
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(Michael Penn | Juneau Empire) “We’re setting our students up to fail,” Israa Kako, a former pre-school teacher and advocate for early education said.
“This is not Kansas,” Brian Holst, executive director of the Juneau Economic Development Council and Juneau School Board president said, referring to the massive cuts to public services made in that state.