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Too Bold? Rep Lora Reinbold speaks out on SB 91, Education, and the Budget

This story was first published ECHO News November 1, 2017 Trying to catch Rep. Lora Reinbold to interview for a story is a challenge. But pinning her down on the issues is a snap. She is outspoken on many issues, voting on principle, while some other elected officials play it safe.  [1]In This Race for […]

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Former Philippine Capitol Makes Dandy Museum

…and Revelations about Juneau’s Capital Theme Park [1]Rizal Park This Museum is an art and culture mecca. A trust of the Government, is an educational, scientific and cultural institution that acquires, documents, preserves, exhibits, and fosters scholarly study and public appreciation of works of art, specimens, and cultural and historical artifacts representative of the unique

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GED for ALL!

…it’s not just for “Drop-outs.” Update of story first published March 14, 2016 NorthernRight.com As Alaska Legislators debate how much Protection Money they will again award the Union Cartel that throttles our failing government education factories, perhaps Alaskans should accept what many intelligent parents have learned: The GED is set at 12th grade and students

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Juneau’s Influence on Alaska Lawmakers

Approved by Legislative Affairs Agency Updated reflection previously published May 1, 2018, ECHO Magazinealso, Senior Voice: https://www.seniorvoicealaska.com/story/2018/05/01/columns/legislative-skits-skewer-but-too-selectively/1675.html  Easter was on April Fool’s Day this year and Good Friday was chosen as a great time to feature the Annual Legislative Skits. They began decades ago as a fundraiser for the Democratic Party. The show, which features staff

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