Midday Report November 28, 2022

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: A group of state senators not only sliced up the turkey over Thanksgiving, but also  carved-out Senate leadership roles. Residents of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough will be getting a lot more power from the sun next summer. And residents near Eielson Air Force Base are skeptical of the chosen method to clean up PFAs there.

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enator Gary Stevens (R-Kodiak), the presumptive Senate president, fifth from left, speaks during a press conference announcing the formation of a bipartisan Senate majority on Friday at the Legislative Information Office in Anchorage. Eight Republicans and nine Democrats agreed to form the majority. From left: Senator-elect Löki Tobin (D-Anchorage), Senator Elvi Gray-Jackson (D-Anchorage), Senator-elect Matt Claman (D-Anchorage), Senator-elect Cathy Giessel (R-Anchorage), Sen. Stevens, Senator Bill Wielechowski (D-Anchorage), Senator-elect Forrest Dunbar (D-Anchorage), Senator-elect Jesse Bjorkman (R-Nikiski) and Senator-elect Kelly Merrick (R-Eagle River). (Loren Holmes / ADN)
Senator Gary Stevens (R-Kodiak), the presumptive Senate president, fifth from left, speaks during a press conference announcing the formation of a bipartisan Senate majority on Friday at the Legislative Information Office in Anchorage. Eight Republicans and nine Democrats agreed to form the majority.  (Loren Holmes / ADN)

 

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