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Power-sharing propaganda; New world order for oil prices.

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Power-sharing among options Alaska House is exploring Associated Press, February 5, 2019 An Alaska House Democratic leader says members will need to wrestle with whether a power-sharing agreement is the best option for organizing the chamber. Rep. Bryce Edgmon says lawmakers have explored other options and none so far has materialized. A group of eight representatives has been looking at … read more

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ANWR Anxiety; Green New Deal Won’t Shun Fossil Fuels

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Protesters take over ANWR environmental scoping meeting Erin McGroarty, Daily News-Miner, February 5, 2019 Activists pushing against oil development in the 1002 Coastal Plain area of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge took over a public scoping meeting Monday evening that was initially supposed to go very differently. Unlike past public hearings, this meeting was organized in an open-house style, according to … read more

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Polar Star Struggles; Permitting reform – quality not quantity.

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The only U.S. heavy icebreaker broke down on a mission to Antarctica again Melody Schreiber, Arctic Today, February 1, 2091 The Polar Star, the only operational U.S. heavy icebreaker, reached Antarctica on its annual resupply mission to McMurdo Station on Jan. 17 — but not without encountering difficulties along the way. First, one of the electrical systems started smoking. The … read more