March In Review

Senator Lisa Murkowski
2017-04-10 13:00:32
United States Senator for Alaska, Lisa Murkowski *March Newsletter* Hello, Alaska! It�s been an extremely busy month in Washington, D.C. and I�m ready to be headed home for a state work period. Here�s a recap from the last month. I was proud to cast my vote to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to be the next Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. He is an extremely well-qualified jurist with the right view of the role of the court under our Constitution. With Judge Gorsuch, western states like Alaska get an intellectual individual who understands our lives and lifestyles, and is respected by legal scholars across ideological boundaries. I respect the traditions and rules of the Senate.� But it is not tradition to conduct a purely partisan filibuster of a Supreme Court nominee, which is we saw prior to the Gorsuch confirmation. I believe that once a judicial nominee is passed out of committee, they deserve an up or down vote. I feel strongly that should be the case with Supreme Court nominees. But the Democrats� decision to filibuster prevented that, and there was no other way to get an exceptionally well-qualified individual to a vote without changing Senate rules. While it�s disheartening that we were unable to avoid this internal fight, it does not discourage me from my efforts to work cooperatively with all of my Senate colleagues on matters important to Alaska and the country.� [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Squibble_squat_1.PNG] [link 1] (Click image to watch video of my floor speech in support of Judge Gorsuch.) � Click here for [link 2] text of my floor speech.� [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/DSC_0771.JPG] � (I met with Judge Gorsuch in February to learn more about his background and beliefs as well as discuss areas of concern to Alaskans.) *Keep up with what I'm doing, and follow me on:* [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Facebook.png] [link 3] [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Instagram.png] [link 4] [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/twitterbird_RGB.png] [link 5] *U.S. MISSILE STRIKES AGAINST SYRIA * This past week the world witnessed a horrific attack in Syria, where evidence shows Bashar al-Assad and his regime used chemical weapons in a strike to kill their own people. President Trump has taken the strong, proportionate action to retaliate against the Assad regime. We as a nation cannot stand idle while innocent civilians are killed with these terrible chemical weapons. Syria continues to be in turmoil from years of civil war and solutions to solving the problem are hard to come by, but its past time to end this bloodshed and terrorism. I am praying for our troops oversees and the innocent lives caught in the middle of this humanitarian crisis. *ALASKA ARMY NEWS* The Army just announced its intent to keep the 4/25 Army Brigade Combat Team home-based at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, intact. Keeping some of the Army�s best in Alaska is a victory for Anchorage, for our state, and for our national security as a whole. As General Milley, Chief of Staff of the Army, previously told me � it would be contrary to our national security interest to cut the only Arctic-trained military units that is also ready to deploy anywhere in the Pacific. The Alaska delegation has been working to reverse the proposed downsize of the 4/25 since it was first announced in 2014. As a member of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, I will work to ensure the 4/25 is adequately funded. *ALASKANS IN D.C.* Here in the Senate we have our own version of �March Madness� � and it doesn�t involving making brackets or betting on basketball teams! A higher than normal volume of Alaskan groups come to D.C. during March. Some days I had up to 15 meetings of groups of Alaskans. It�s busy, but I love it. I am always inspired by the passion Alaskans have for their advocacy and the issues they fight for. Below are just a few photos of the Alaskans I met with recently. Pictures of more of these meetings can be found here [link 6].� [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/AK_Broadcasters_Association_1.jpg] (Meeting with the Alaska Broadcasters Association) [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Alaska_Disability_Group_1.jpg] (Meeting with the Governor�s Council on Disabilities) [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/american_legion_1.jpg] (Meeting with the American Legion) *CLOSE UP MEETINGS* One of the best parts of my job as a U.S. Senator is the opportunity to meet with Alaskan students visiting Washington D.C. I hope they enjoyed the visits just as much as I did! [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Bethel_Regional___TriValley__2__2.JPG] (Bethel Regional High School & Tri-Valley School in Healy) [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Close_up_IDEA_Southcentral_Foundation.JPG] (Southcentral Foundation) [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Idea_Southcentral_Foundation_2.jpg] (IDEA Homeschool in Galena) [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Cook_Inlet_Elementary_School_1.JPG] (Inlet View Elementary School in Anchorage) [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Cordova_High__Juneau_Douglas_Honors_High__Ketchikan_High__Petersburg_High__West_Anchorage_High_1.JPG] (Cordova High School, Juneau Douglas Honors High, Ketchikan High, Petersburg High, and West Anchorage High) [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Anchorage_School_District_and_Eagle_River_High_School_2.JPG] (Anchorage School District and Eagle River High School) *FACEBOOK LIVE* With the busy Senate schedule preventing me from traveling back home as much as I would like, I�m trying out new ways to stay connected with Alaskans. Last month I held my first Facebook Live discussion on the status of healthcare reform in Congress and answered questions from Alaskans on the process. It was great to hear from so many about healthcare issues that face those in our state, whether it comes to Medicaid, insurance costs, or supporting Planned Parenthood. I found the Facebook Live discussion to be a great way to connect, and I plan on having more of these discussions on specific issues in the near future, so stay tuned!� [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/FB_Live_Thumb_1.PNG] [link 7] �(Click image to watch an archived video of the entire Facebook Live discussion.) *ENERGY COMMITTEE HEARINGS* Energy infrastructure is critical to our way of life. As the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, I know we have an obligation to make our energy cleaner, more affordable, reliable and diverse, and protect our energy infrastructure. An Alaska-specific hearing focused onthe potential for infrastructure improvements to create jobs and reduce the cost of living by boosting energy and mineral development. The committee received testimony from witnesses, including Steve Masterman (geologist with the State of Alaska), Bob Potruzki (Deputy Mayor, Sitka), Joy Baker (Executive Director, Port of Nome), Kara Moriarty (Executive Director, Alaska Oil and Gas Association), Chris Rose (Executive Director, Renewable Energy for Alaska Project), and Della Trumble (Business Manager, King Cove Native Coorperation). Click here [link 8]for more information. [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/ENR_HEaring_thumbnail_1.PNG] [link 9] �(Click image to watch the hearing) Another hearing focused on opportunities to improve American energy infrastructure, including ways to streamline the permitting process for projects. This hearing was crucial to understanding the unique challenges and opportunities in Alaska. Committee members heard first hand from Clay Koplin, the Chief Executive Officer of Cordova Electric Cooperation (and Mayor of Cordova), about the regulatory barriers that exist to the development of a small-scale hydro project in his community. More information on this hearing can be found here [link 10].� Click here [link 11] to watch archived video of the hearing *WHITE HOUSE VISIT* I started off March by meeting with President Donald Trump, the newly appointed Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke, and Senator Dan Sullivan at the White House. We discussed everything from establishing a life-saving road for King Cove, protecting our fisheries, responsibly developing our resources, and reigniting economic growth in Alaska. We also discussed Alaska�s strategic location and how essential Alaska�s military forces are to Arctic issues and our national security. I look forward to building a productive relationship with the administration so that we can continue to make Alaska and the rest of the United States stronger and more secure.� [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Arctic_1_1.jpg] *PRESIDENT�S BUDGET OUTLINE* President Trump recently outlined his proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2018, which has caught the attention of many Alaskans. It�s important to note that his budget request is the first step in a long process through which Congress decides which programs to fund and at what level. The President�s budget expressed his priorities, and I am actively considering them, but in the end Congress decides what to fund. As an appropriator, I look forward to working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle, the administration, and Alaskans throughout the budget process. *FISH AND WILDLIFE RULE* My House and Senate colleagues voted to return the ability to manage fish and wildlife back to the states, which was explicitly promised to Alaska at statehood and in subsequent Laws. The authority to manage our fish and wildlife -- through decisions based on sound science and with the full input of our local communities -- is something that Alaskans take very seriously. We have done so responsibly for decades, yet despite this, the Fish and Wildlife Service proposed regulations last fall to take that authority away from us. I appreciate the hard work of Senator Sullivan and Congressman Young in helping to restore that decision-making authority back to Alaska, and pleased that President Trump has signed this important resolution.� [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/LAM_3_21_2.PNG] [link 12] (Click image to watch floor statement up my support for repealing the FWS rule.) *BLM PLANNING 2.0 * At the end of March, I attended a bill signing ceremony at the White House where President Trump signed into law a resolution that I shepherded through the Senate which repeals a burdensome Obama administration land management rule known as the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Planning 2.0. If left intact, this rule would have harmed grazing, timber, energy development, mineral production, and even recreation on federal lands. Decision-making authority will now be back to local and state entities in Alaska and other Western states with those who actually live near and have first-hand knowledge of these lands making the important land management planning decisions, instead of those who work thousands of miles away at BLM headquarters in Washington, D.C. [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/BLM_WH_1.jpg] *SPORTSMEN* I recently reintroduced bipartisan legislation with Senator Heinrich (D-NM), the Sportsmen�s Act, which expands and enhances sportsmen�s access by making federal lands throughout Alaska and the nation �open unless closed� for fishing, hunting, and other outdoor activities. For too long, access to our federal lands has been restricted without reason or transparency. This bill will ensure that our federal lands are accessible, provide new opportunities for more Americans to enjoy those lands, and require federal agencies to expand and enhance access in accordance with their missions. I am proud to provide future generations of Americans with the access and ability to take full advantage of the great outdoors. *NATIVE YOUTH* During an Indian Affairs Committee hearing focused on health awareness and prevention efforts for Native youth, I was proud to welcome Martin Sensmeier from Yakutat, who testified about the importance of exercise and diet to overall health. Martin has truly been a role model to young Alaskans.� [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Martin_Sensmeier_1.png] [link 13] (Click image to watch video.) Last year Senator Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) and I shepherded into law the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children Act [link 14] to improve the lives of Native children. We have continued that work by strongly urging the President and key members of the Administration to appoint the members needed to the new Commission. The bill creating the Commission addresses complex problems facing Native children such as substance abuse, domestic violence, abuse, and poverty. More details can be found on the bill to create a Commission on Native Children can be found here [link 15]. [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Native_Youth_1_1.jpg] *MATERNITY CARE* Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) and I recently introduced the�Improving Access to Maternity Care Act. This legislation aims�to reduce maternity care shortages by identifying areas lacking maternal health professionals and help incentivize providers to practice in these underserved, often rural areas. This bill directs much-needed maternity care resources to where they are most needed in rural Alaska as many parts of our state lack any form of access to maternity care, a service many elsewhere in the U.S. take for granted. This is a critical step towards reducing Alaska�s devastatingly high rate of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, and leads to healthier pregnancies and ultimately healthier Alaskan families. Text of the legislation can be found here [link 16]. *CARING FOR OUR MILITARY* I was proud to join Senator John Tester (D-Mont.) in introducing bipartisan legislation to support survivors of military sexual trauma. Our bill ensures the VA is providing appropriate benefits and care for survivors of military sexual trauma by expanding the definition of sexual trauma to include cyber harassment. This legislation provides the tools necessary for victims of sexual trauma to not only seek justice, but also cope with the aftermath of such suffering. Click here [link 17] to read the legislation. *DISASTER PREPAREDNESS * I worked with Senators Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.), Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), and Rep. Suzan DelBene (D-Wash.-01) to introduce theNational Landslide Preparedness Act to help local communities prepare for and respond to landslides and other natural hazards. �More information on this bill, which will help communities like Sitka who have dealt with landslides in recent years, can be found by clicking here [link 18]. Click here [link 19]to find out more about the 2015 landslide in Sitka. *150TH ANNIVERSARY OF ALASKA PURCHASE * March 27th was the 150th anniversary of the Alaska Purchase � when the Alaska Territory was purchased from Russia in 1867. It was quite a bargain price for the United States with a total cost of $7.2 million dollars, averaging to about 2 cents an acre. It was an honor to join so many Alaskans in D.C. to commemorate this anniversary and recognize how cession changed Alaska forever.�� Click here [link 20] for a resolution that Senator Sullivan and I sponsored, which commemorates Alaska�s sesquicentennial and highlights important events from the past 150 years and recognizes the many characteristics that make us so unique.� [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/150th_1_1.JPG] [image = murkowski.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/150th_2_1.JPG]
 

March Newsletter

Hello, Alaska!

It�s been an extremely busy month in Washington, D.C. and I�m ready to be headed home for a state work period. Here�s a recap from the last month.

I was proud to cast my vote to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to be the next Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. He is an extremely well-qualified jurist with the right view of the role of the court under our Constitution. With Judge Gorsuch, western states like Alaska get an intellectual individual who understands our lives and lifestyles, and is respected by legal scholars across ideological boundaries.

I respect the traditions and rules of the Senate.  But it is not tradition to conduct a purely partisan filibuster of a Supreme Court nominee, which is we saw prior to the Gorsuch confirmation. I believe that once a judicial nominee is passed out of committee, they deserve an up or down vote. I feel strongly that should be the case with Supreme Court nominees. But the Democrats� decision to filibuster prevented that, and there was no other way to get an exceptionally well-qualified individual to a vote without changing Senate rules. While it�s disheartening that we were unable to avoid this internal fight, it does not discourage me from my efforts to work cooperatively with all of my Senate colleagues on matters important to Alaska and the country. 

(Click image to watch video of my floor speech in support of Judge Gorsuch.)

 

text of my floor speech. 

 

(I met with Judge Gorsuch in February to learn more about his background and beliefs as well as discuss areas of concern to Alaskans.)

Keep up with what I'm doing, and follow me on:

U.S. MISSILE STRIKES AGAINST SYRIA

This past week the world witnessed a horrific attack in Syria, where evidence shows Bashar al-Assad and his regime used chemical weapons in a strike to kill their own people. President Trump has taken the strong, proportionate action to retaliate against the Assad regime. We as a nation cannot stand idle while innocent civilians are killed with these terrible chemical weapons. Syria continues to be in turmoil from years of civil war and solutions to solving the problem are hard to come by, but its past time to end this bloodshed and terrorism. I am praying for our troops oversees and the innocent lives caught in the middle of this humanitarian crisis.

ALASKA ARMY NEWS

The Alaska delegation has been working to reverse the proposed downsize of the 4/25 Army Brigade Combat Team since it was first announced in 2014. I am pleased the Army just announced its intent to keep the 4/25 home-based at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, intact. Keeping some of the Army�s best in Alaska is a victory for Anchorage, for our state, and for our national security as a whole. As General Milley, Chief of Staff of the Army, previously told me � it would be contrary to our national security interest to cut the only Arctic-trained military units that is also ready to deploy anywhere in the Pacific. As a member of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, I will work to ensure the 4/25 is adequately funded.

ALASKANS IN D.C.

Here in the Senate we have our own version of �March Madness� � and it doesn�t involving making brackets or betting on basketball teams! A higher than normal volume of Alaskan groups come to D.C. during March. Some days I had up to 15 meetings of groups of Alaskans. It�s busy, but I love it. I am always inspired by the passion Alaskans have for their advocacy and the issues they fight for.

Below are just a few photos of the Alaskans I met with recently. Pictures of more of these meetings can be found

(Meeting with the Alaska Broadcasters Association)

(Meeting with the Governor�s Council on Disabilities)

(Meeting with the American Legion)

CLOSE UP MEETINGS

One of the best parts of my job as a U.S. Senator is the opportunity to meet with Alaskan students visiting Washington D.C. I hope they enjoyed the visits just as much as I did!

(Bethel Regional High School & Tri-Valley School in Healy)

(Southcentral Foundation)

(IDEA Homeschool in Galena)

(Inlet View Elementary School in Anchorage)

(Cordova High School, Juneau Douglas Honors High, Ketchikan High, Petersburg High, and West Anchorage High)

(Anchorage School District and Eagle River High School)

FACEBOOK LIVE

With the busy Senate schedule preventing me from traveling back home as much as I would like, I�m trying out new ways to stay connected with Alaskans. Last month I held my first Facebook Live discussion on the status of healthcare reform in Congress and answered questions from Alaskans on the process. It was great to hear from so many about healthcare issues that face those in our state, whether it comes to Medicaid, insurance costs, or supporting Planned Parenthood. I found the Facebook Live discussion to be a great way to connect, and I plan on having more of these discussions on specific issues in the near future, so stay tuned! 

 (Click image to watch an archived video of the entire Facebook Live discussion.)

ENERGY COMMITTEE HEARINGS

Energy infrastructure is critical to our way of life. As the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, I know we have an obligation to make our energy cleaner, more affordable, reliable and diverse, and protect our energy infrastructure.

An Alaska-specific hearing focused onthe potential for infrastructure improvements to create jobs and reduce the cost of living by boosting energy and mineral development. The committee received testimony from witnesses, including Steve Masterman (geologist with the State of Alaska), Bob Potruzki (Deputy Mayor, Sitka), Joy Baker (Executive Director, Port of Nome), Kara Moriarty (Executive Director, Alaska Oil and Gas Association), Chris Rose (Executive Director, Renewable Energy for Alaska Project), and Della Trumble (Business Manager, King Cove Native Coorperation). Click

 (Click image to watch the hearing)

Another hearing focused on opportunities to improve American energy infrastructure, including ways to streamline the permitting process for projects. This hearing was crucial to understanding the unique challenges and opportunities in Alaska. Committee members heard first hand from Clay Koplin, the Chief Executive Officer of Cordova Electric Cooperation (and Mayor of Cordova), about the regulatory barriers that exist to the development of a small-scale hydro project in his community. More information on this hearing can be found to watch archived video of the hearing.

WHITE HOUSE VISIT

I started off March by meeting with President Donald Trump, the newly appointed Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke, and Senator Dan Sullivan at the White House. We discussed everything from establishing a life-saving road for King Cove, protecting our fisheries, responsibly developing our resources, and reigniting economic growth in Alaska. We also discussed Alaska�s strategic location and how essential Alaska�s military forces are to Arctic issues and our national security. I look forward to building a productive relationship with the administration so that we can continue to make Alaska and the rest of the United States stronger and more secure. 

PRESIDENT�S BUDGET OUTLINE

President Trump recently outlined his proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2018, which has caught the attention of many Alaskans. It�s important to note that his budget request is the first step in a long process through which Congress decides which programs to fund and at what level. The President�s budget expressed his priorities, and I am actively considering them, but in the end Congress decides what to fund. As an appropriator, I look forward to working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle, the administration, and Alaskans throughout the budget process.

FISH AND WILDLIFE RULE

My House and Senate colleagues voted to return the ability to manage fish and wildlife back to the states, which was explicitly promised to Alaska at statehood and in subsequent Laws. The authority to manage our fish and wildlife -- through decisions based on sound science and with the full input of our local communities -- is something that Alaskans take very seriously. We have done so responsibly for decades, yet despite this, the Fish and Wildlife Service proposed regulations last fall to take that authority away from us. I appreciate the hard work of Senator Sullivan and Congressman Young in helping to restore that decision-making authority back to Alaska, and pleased that President Trump has signed this important resolution. 

(Click image to watch floor statement up my support for repealing the FWS rule.)

BLM PLANNING 2.0

At the end of March, I attended a bill signing ceremony at the White House where President Trump signed into law a resolution that I shepherded through the Senate which repeals a burdensome Obama administration land management rule known as the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Planning 2.0. If left intact, this rule would have harmed grazing, timber, energy development, mineral production, and even recreation on federal lands. Decision-making authority will now be back in the hands of local and state entities in Alaska and other Western states with those who actually live near and have first-hand knowledge of these lands making the important land management planning decisions, instead of those who work thousands of miles away at BLM headquarters in Washington, D.C.

SPORTSMEN

I recently reintroduced bipartisan legislation with Senator Heinrich (D-NM), the Sportsmen�s Act, which expands and enhances sportsmen�s access by making federal lands throughout Alaska and the nation �open unless closed� for fishing, hunting, and other outdoor activities. For too long, access to our federal lands has been restricted without reason or transparency. This bill will ensure that our federal lands are accessible, provide new opportunities for more Americans to enjoy those lands, and require federal agencies to expand and enhance access in accordance with their missions. I am proud to provide future generations of Americans with the access and ability to take full advantage of the great outdoors.

NATIVE YOUTH

During an Indian Affairs Committee hearing focused on health awareness and prevention efforts for Native youth, I was proud to welcome Martin Sensmeier from Yakutat, who testified about the importance of exercise and diet to overall health. Martin has truly been a role model to young Alaskans. 

(Click image to watch video.)

Last year Senator Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) and I shepherded into law the to improve the lives of Native children. We have continued that work by strongly urging the President and key members of the Administration to appoint the members needed to the new Commission. The bill creating the Commission addresses complex problems facing Native children such as substance abuse, domestic violence, abuse, and poverty.

More details can be found on the bill to create a Commission on Native Children can be found

MATERNITY CARE

Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) and I recently introduced the Improving Access to Maternity Care Act. This legislation aims to reduce maternity care shortages by identifying areas lacking maternal health professionals and help incentivize providers to practice in these underserved, often rural areas. This bill directs much-needed maternity care resources to where they are most needed in rural Alaska as many parts of our state lack any form of access to maternity care, a service many elsewhere in the U.S. take for granted. This is a critical step towards reducing Alaska�s devastatingly high rate of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, and leads to healthier pregnancies and ultimately healthier Alaskan families. Text of the legislation can be found CARING FOR OUR MILITARY

I was proud to join Senator John Tester (D-MT) in introducing bipartisan legislation to support survivors of military sexual trauma. Our bill ensures the VA is providing appropriate benefits and care for survivors of military sexual trauma by expanding the definition of sexual trauma to include cyber harassment. This legislation provides the tools necessary for victims of sexual trauma to not only seek justice, but also cope with the aftermath of such suffering.

to read the legislation.

DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

I worked with Senators Maria Cantwell (D-WA), Patty Murray (D-WA) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), and Rep. Suzan DelBene (D-WA-01) to introduce the National Landslide Preparedness Act to help local communities prepare for and respond to landslides and other natural hazards.  More information on this bill, which will help communities like Sitka who have dealt with landslides in recent years, can be found by .

 to find out more about the 2015 landslide in Sitka.

150TH ANNIVERSARY OF ALASKA PURCHASE

March 27th was the 150th anniversary of the Alaska Purchase � when the Alaska Territory was purchased from Russia in 1867. It was quite a bargain price for the United States with a total cost of $7.2 million dollars, averaging to about 2 cents an acre. It was an honor to join so many Alaskans in D.C. to commemorate this anniversary and recognize how cession changed Alaska forever.  

for a resolution that Senator Sullivan and I sponsored, which commemorates Alaska�s sesquicentennial and highlights important events from the past 150 years and recognizes the many characteristics that make us so unique. 

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Fairbanks

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Juneau

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Mat-Su Valley

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