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On the Budget: A KNOM Interview with Gov. Dunleavy

Governor Dunleavy greets residents inside the Noorvik gymnasium.
The newly-inaugurated governor greets residents. Photo: Katie Kazmierski, KNOM.

Governor Mike Dunleavy and members of his administration, including the Directors of the Department of Revenue and the Office of Management and Budget, spoke with KNOM prior to the public forum on Wednesday.

Dunleavy’s approach to the budget, its potential impact on programs in Western Alaska, and the governor’s proposed constitutional amendments were some of the topics discussed.

Image at top: In January, the newly-inaugurated governor greets residents in Noorvik, Alaska. Among the topics discussed during his KNOM interview was how Governor Dunleavy’s budget proposals would affect rural places in Western Alaska like Noorvik. Photo: Katie Kazmierski, KNOM.

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