Wednesday, May 4, 2011

"Tiny Alaska towns spend big on government lobbyists"

"Eighteen months ago, the tiny town of Galena faced its demise. The municipal government couldn't make payroll. Rising energy prices and deteriorating facilities -- not to mention winter temperatures dipping below minus 50 degrees -- threatened its 470 residents.
Then, an unlikely hero emerged: a lobbyist."

The Anchorage Daily has more


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