US NEWS FEEDS
Dunleavy reverses potential cuts to senior benefits; Alaska governor seeks to tighten work rules for food stamps; Environmentalists concerned over changes to Endangered Species Act; Dunleavy vetoes some funds for marine vessel tracking; Juneau forum brainstorms ways Native communities can adapt to public service cuts; Forest Service proposes plan changes for young-growth logging on karst lands; Conservation groups ask DEC to reconsider Palmer Project permits; As Kenai Peninsula dries out, likelihood for fires increases; UAF tracks moisture content in firewood
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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Aug. 12, 2019