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Stories for Jan. 23, 2014
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Gun control measure qualifies for public vote. Alaska Airlines makes big money.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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Democrats want to accelerate additions to school support while Republicans raise the possibility of making no budget changes this year.READ MORE 36 COMMENTS
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