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Self-defense law change could cost state $450,000 a year

A proposed expansion of Alaska's self-defense law would cost the state an additional $450,000 a year in increased litigation costs, a top official at the Department of Law on Wednesday told a House committee holding a hearing on the bill.

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Minnesota company's new product keeps anglers out of the dark

...description. According to Duane Peterson, Northland's vice president who founded the company with his brother, John, the law change offered a perfect opportunity to market the Glow Stick. They'd kept the idea -- and the product -- in their back...

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Minnesota company's new product keeps anglers out of the dark

...description. According to Duane Peterson, Northland's vice president who founded the company with his brother, John, the law change offered a perfect opportunity to market the Glow Stick. They'd kept the idea -- and the product -- in their back...

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...would cost state more than $11 million NOAA to go forward with center at Lena Point Senate panel takes up lobbying law change Permanent Fund board tables proposal Murkowski pitching proposals to legislators, public House approves fish...

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