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ALASKA
REP. YOUNG MEETS VISITING STUDENTS FROM ACROSS ALASKA - Scholar Students Get a Lesson in Transportation Topics - Press Release from Rep. Don Young (R-AK) Washington, DC Feb. 8, 2001
ANWR OIL LEASING BILL INTRODUCED IN U.S. HOUSE Press Release from Rep. Don Young (R-AK) Washington, DC Jan. 24, 2001
MURKOWSKI COMMENDS STATE FOR SUING OVER FOREST ROADLESS RULE By Sen. Frank Murkowksi (R-AK) Washington, DC Jan. 31, 2001
2001 IDITAROD OFFICIAL WEBSITE
The modern Iditarod Trail Race began in 1973 from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska on 1049 to 1150 miles of alternating northern & southern trail routes on odd or even years to commemorate the 1925 Diptheria Serum dogsled run that saved the citizens of epidemic-stricken Nome & to commemorate the history of the trail that originally began in Seward that linked the various small towns along the way to Nome as a mail & resource extraction route. The 2001 race is scheduled to start March 2.
ANCHORAGE FUR RENDEZVOUS Feb. 9-18, 2001
Starting in 1935 as a winter sporting event & carnival whose main focus was to bring people together, to show community support, and celebrate the beginning of the end of winter, the "Rondy" has grown to include fur trading, arts & crafts exhibitions, car racing, & dog mushing, among other cultural festivities. Unfortunately, due to lack of snow (prior to racetime the race marshalls need at least 7-10 days to prepare the trails) all 3 dog sled races were cancelled for the 2001 Fur Rondy
BLACKS IN ALASKA HISTORY PROJECT, INC. By George T. Harper; BLACKS IN ALASKA: an exhibit Monday, January 29, 2001 until Saturday, February 17, 2001 Photos by Anchorage Daily News photographers, curated by historian George T. Harper, founder and president of Blacks in Alaska History Project, Inc. FREE admission at the OUT NORTH COMTEMPORARY ART HOUSE
SPECIAL OLYMPICS DAY PROCLAMATION By Gov. Tony Knowles Jan. 18, 2001
TOURIST SEASON (Humorous Commentary) Submitted by Mark Chryson; Mat-Su, Alaska Jan. 22, 2001
AMERICA
WHAT HAPPENED TO ORIGINAL SOURCES? By Mary Mostert; Feb. 8, 2001
A BILL TO AUTHORIZE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A JOINT US-CANADA COMMISSION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF CONNECTING THE RAIL SYSTEM IN ALASKA TO THE NORTH AMERICAN CONTINENTAL RAIL SYSTEM (S.2253) Sponsor: Sen Frank H. Murkowski (R-AK) (introduced 3/20/2000)
NCPPR- "CONGRESS: KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF THE INTERNET!" NATIONAL CENTER CONDEMNS EFFORTS TO GET CONGRESS TO MICROMANAGE THE INTERNET By David Almasi; February 7, 2001

STATES SEE REVENUE SURGE IN FY 2000 By Ivan Sciupac, Staff Writer Stateline.org Monday, February 05, 2001

State tax revenue grew by a record-setting 8.7 percent last year and would have grown by 9.4 percent if there had been no changes in tax rates, tax bases and acceleration of tax payments, a new study says. The revenue surge was the fastest rate of growth in the past decade and was stronger than most states originally forecast, according to the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute Of Government. You'll find our story here.

CHALLENGE POSED BY LABOR LAWS By Donald Devine; The Washington Times February 8, 2001
POOR LITTLE RICH BOY By Frederick Meekins; Feb. 7, 2001
WAKE UP MR. PRESIDENT! From JUDICIAL WATCH "FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE"

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STATES TACKLE PRIVACY LOOPHOLES CREATED BY CONGRESS By Greg McDonald, Senior Writer Stateline.org Thursday, February 15, 2001
OHIO JOINS OTHER STATES TRYING TO CAPTURE LOST REVENUE By Bill Cohen, Special To Stateline.org Tuesday, February 13, 2001
ENVIROPEDDAGOGY: ARE STUDENTS BEING TAUGHT SCIENCE OR SILLINESS IN REGARDS TO ECOLOGY? By Frederick Meekins; Feb. 15, 2001
NEW BOOK DEMOLISHES REAGAN MYTHS By Christopher Ruddy; Jan. 30, 2001
STATES BENEFIT FROM NEW TECHNOLOGY, STUDY SHOWS By Greg McDonald, Senior Writer Stateline.org Tuesday, January 30, 2001
LIBERTY LOBBY FOUNDER SPEAKS OUT IN DEFENSE OF 1ST AMENDMENT By Willis A. Carto; From "The Spotlight" (300 Independence Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20003) Jan. 5, 2001
NAFTA STRIKES AGAIN: TECH JOBS HEADING SOUTH BILL CLINTON, YOUR LEGACY IS CALLING By William Carmichael; Jan.. 31, 2001 From "The Spotlight" (Published by the Liberty Lobby, 300 Independence Ave SE, Washington, DC 20003)
JUDICIAL WATCH FORCES CLINTONS TO PAY FOR GIFTS From JUDICIAL WATCH "FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE"
PORPOSED IRS RULE A THREAT TO THE FIRST AMENDMENT By Wes Vernon; From NewsMax.Com Feb. 1, 2001
CONGRESS WATCH: EDUCATION IS NO. 1 PRIORITY FOR BUSH AND CONGRESS By Margo Turner; Feb. 4, 2001
COALITION SOUGHT TO FIGHT IMMIGRATION By Margo Turner; Feb. 4, 2001
GOVERNORS' PAYCHECKS VARY WIDELY By Tiffany Danitz, Staff Writer stateline.org Tuesday, January 23, 2001
JUDICIAL WATCH FILES SENATE ETHICS COMPLAINT AGAINST HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON FOR APPARENT BRIBERY OVER PRESIDENTIAL PARDONS From JUDICIAL WATCH "FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE"
EIGHT MORE CLARENCE THOMASES By Ann Coulter; Jewish World Review Feb. 8, 2001
FAITH WORKS By Linda Chavez; Jewish World Review Jan. 30, 2001
NO CLASS By Kathleen Parker; Jewish World Review Jan. 31, 2000
THE DANGER AND PROMISE OF THE BUSH SCHOOLS PLAN By Amity Shlaes; Jewish World Review Feb. 9, 2001
DOES AMERICA OWE REPARATIONS? By Walter Williams; Jewish World Review Feb. 7, 2001
WORLD
ACTION: UNDOING CLINTON APPROVAL OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT From Liberty Committee; Feb. 13, 2001
PRESIDENT SIGNS U.S./CANADA RAIL COMMISSION Press Release from US Sen. Frank Murkowski (R-AK) Jan. 2, 2001
PUTIN TIGHTENS CURBS ON PRESS WITH BANK RAID By Ben Aris in Moscow From Daily Telegraph, London, England Feb. 8, 2001
FROM CARETAKER TO PRIME MINISTER: HOW SHARON CRUSHED BARAK By David Landau; Jewish World Review Feb. 7, 2001

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