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Dividend size to be a focus in session’s closing days; Bob Penney spent more than $300,000 to get Gov. Dunleavy elected. Then his grandson got an $8,000-a-month no-bid contract.; Dunleavy administration weighs in on Pebble-backed lawsuit against BBRSDA; Dunleavy responds to Alaska legislators push for protection from British Columbia mines; UA Board of Regents prepare for budget scenarios in light of likely cuts; Women in Alaska’s fishing industry hope to curb sexual harassment; Napakiak says goodbye to residents who died in jail fire?; AK: Petersburg students turn plastic trash into artsy treasures; 49 Voices: Robert Fowler of Tuntutuliak
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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, May 10, 2019