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...that'll probably have to happen before the Legislature gets up the gumption to put together a plan. Bob King, spokesman for Gov. Tony Knowles, said the plan raised some serious concerns about taxes and potential economic and social impacts. But it...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...261 passed the Senate last week by a 19-1 vote, and the House on Wednesday on a 30-2 vote. Bob King, spokesman for Gov. Tony Knowles, said it wasn't at risk of a veto. It would be the first bill sponsored by Elton, a Juneau Democrat...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...popular vote, and whether out-of-state workers could be tapped to help pay for government. Bob King, a spokesman for Gov. Tony Knowles, said the administration isn't ready to respond to the Healthy Alaska Plan yet. The Alaska Municipal League...

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The first of the state employee unions whose contracts were rejected by The Legislature will head back to the bargaining table next week. Other unions are being contacted now to set up dates for renegotiating.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/052899/Loc_renegotiate.shtml
Juneau Empire Story Archive

A girl, 16, was reported to police Wednesday afternoon for suspicious activity: trying to sell a valuable gold nugget to jewelry stores on Front Street, said Lt. Walt Boman of the Juneau Police Department.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/072700/Loc_as.shtml
Injunction blocks dumping of diseased salmon in Fraser

...concerned about the long-term implications for the health of the salmon resource we share with Canada." A spokesman for Gov. Tony Knowles said the issue underscores the spectrum of problems inherent in fish farms. "Fish from other British Columbia...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/021102/sta_salmondump.shtml
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Region reacts to hate flyer

...from the National Alliance, flyers also were left on the lawn of the Governor's Mansion. Bob King, a spokesman for Gov. Tony Knowles, said the governor did not get a flyer, and declined comment on the issue. Nancy DeCherney, a Pioneer...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/040102/loc_nafliers.shtml
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Glacier Bay halibut closures will start later in 1999 season

...Tanner crabbers' concerns last month highlighted the state's need to decide whether to sue, said Bob King, spokesman for Gov. Tony Knowles. The uncertainty now about how long the bay will be open to halibut fishing this season ``just underscores...

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Permanent fund managers question budget premises

...popular vote, and whether out-of-state workers could be tapped to help pay for government. Bob King, a spokesman for Gov. Tony Knowles, said the administration isn't ready to respond to the Healthy Alaska Plan yet. The Alaska Municipal League...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/051199/Loc_react.html
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Union contract negotiations set

The first of the state employee unions whose contracts were rejected by The Legislature will head back to the bargaining table next week. Other unions are being contacted now to set up dates for renegotiating.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/052899/Loc_renegotiate.html
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