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Alaskans have one more day to sign up for health care; drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is added to the republican tax plan; and the Alaska Office of Special Prosecutions has declined to pursue charges against a state senator who slapped an Anchorage Daily News reporter.
The City Council is considering installing a fence around the Unalaska Marine Center; the Alaska Marine Highway System has begun taking summer ferry reservations; and Gov. Walker has announced the 20 members of the state's new climate change task force.
The airline Ravn Alaska may add Unalaska as a destination; cod stocks in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands have dropped about 40 percent since last year; and the left is warning Alaskans that the national deficit could eliminate ANWR oil revenue promised in the U.S. Senate tax bill.
The U.S. Coast Guard is escorting the Resolve Pioneer back to Unalaska; the Raiders are sending nine wrestlers to state; and the Alaska Board of Fisheries has proposed shifting three percent of the Togiak herring harvest to the Dutch Harbor fleet.
The Museum of the Aleutians is hosting a new exhibit in honor of the 20th anniversary of Camp Qungaayux; U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski has been appointed to the tax bill conference committee; and Alaska band Portugal. The Man has earned its first Grammy nomination.