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ENG: Sean R. Parnell (born November 19, 1962) is an American Republican politician who is the tenth and current Governor of Alaska. He succeeded Sarah Palin following her resignation, and was sworn in at the Governor's Picnic in Fairbanks on July 26, 2009. Parnell was elected to a full term as Governor in November 2010, becoming the first unelected Alaska Governor to be later elected in his own right. Early life Sean Parnell was born in Hanford, California to Kevin P. "Pat" Parnell (born September 16, 1937) and Thelma Carol (née Liebherr) Parnell. at Parnell was stationed at Fort Richardson, Alaska while in the U.S. Army in the late 1950s. He returned to Alaska, moving his young family to Anchorage in 1973, and established a photocopy and office supply business alongside the ...
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Berkowitz TV ad on gas line draws heat from Parnell

From Lisa Demer in Anchorage -- Some TV ads by the Berkowitz campaign are drawing heat from the man he’s trying to replace, Gov. Sean Parnell. Democrat Ethan Berkowitz’s latest ad features him in an orange construction vest talking about the Alaska Gasline Inducement Act, saying “Sean Parnell is giving $500 million to TransCanada and Exxon for a gas pipeline but didn’t require ‘em to build it.” “Sean Parnell got rolled,” Berkowitz says, tossing a copy of the gasline act in front of a steamroller. October 6, 2010 Source: ...

Parnell, Berkowitz debate resource development, taxes

FAIRBANKS -- Republican Gov. Sean Parnell and Democratic challenger Ethan Berkowitz disagreed on oil and gas development at a forum presented by the Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce. Parnell's economic development policies have amounted to "standing still" while oil production declines, Berkowitz said at the forum Tuesday. "He did support the biggest tax increase in history, that's ACES" -- the 2007 Alaska's Clear and Equitable Share act -- "and he has supported the largest state budgets that we've seen over the last 40 years," Berkowitz said. Parnell called Berkowitz's ...

Parnell, Berkowitz talk about Kodiak issues

The Kodiak Daily Mirror took advantage of a campaign visit from Gov. Sean Parnell Tuesday to ask Alaska gubernatorial candidates about the Pebble Mine, tourism and other issues of local interest. The race between the Republican incumbent and Democrat Ethan Berkowitz has been less publicized this election cycle than the three-way mudslinging contest for the U.S. Senate seat. But that does not mean there are not serious differences between the two candidates. On the subject of the proposed Pebble copper and gold mine on the Alaska peninsula the candidates have not moved from the ...

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Gov. Appoints Rep. Gruenberg's Successor
Governor Bill Walker today announced the appointment of Ivy Spohnholz to fill the late Representative Max Gruenberg’s House District 16 seat.
Overdose Prevention Bill Signed into Law
Governor Bill Walker signed SB 23, a life-saving measure preventing opioid overdose in Alaska, into law today. Sponsored by Senator Johnny Ellis of Anchorage and co-sponsored by 37 other legislators, the bill removes civil liabilities from doctors and trained bystanders who prescribe and administer naloxone, a drug intended to counteract the negative effects of an opioid overdose.
Nominations Submitted to Fisheries Council
Governor Bill Walker submitted his nominations for two seats on the North Pacific Fishery Management Council this week. In accordance with the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976, Governor Walker submitted a primary nominee and two alternate nominees for each Alaska seat expiring on August 10, 2016.
Process to Streamline Development Begins
Governor Bill Walker today signed Administrative Order 281 to begin the process to explore options for a more streamlined and effective approach to economic development in the state. Three state corporations-Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC), Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) and Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA)-will participate in finding potential opportunities for efficiency and consolidation.

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