Alaska News November 03, 2017

By Associated Press: Walker: Trump plans meeting with Pacific governors
 
 
 
 
By Sean Maguire: Senate Bill 54 passes the House Finance Committee and heads to the House
 
 
 
 
By Daniella Rivera: ‘No justice’ even as adoptive mother receives max sentence in abuse case
After researching the effect of SB91, Alaska’s controversial crime reform law, on the case Thursday, an attorney with the Alaska Office of Victim Rights told KTVA in an email:

“The effect in Anya James case is that she will receive more jail credit for time spent on an electronic monitor after SB91 took effect than for time she spent on an electronic monitor pre-SB91.”
 
 
 
 
By Laurel Downing Bill: Story Time with Aunt Phil: Valdez

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