Alaskans protest anti-abortion bill

Alaskans protest anti-abortion bill

Alaskans protest anti-abortion bill.

Dave Goldman
How the governor called the Legislature back to work, the special session so far

How the governor called the Legislature back to work, the special session so far

Gov. Mike Dunleavy proclaimed a special session to settle debates on crime, the state budget, education funding and the PFD.

Shayne Nuesca
Court hears 2 cases against Trump's plan for border wall

Court hears 2 cases against Trump's plan for border wall

President Donald Trump is moving fast to build a wall on the Mexico border with billions of dollars secured under his declaration of a national emergency, but he first must get past the courts. 

Associated Press
Lawmaker says she won't hear Alaska abortion ban bill

Lawmaker says she won't hear Alaska abortion ban bill

A state House Health and Social Services Committee co-chair says she will not hear a bill that seeks to outlaw abortion in Alaska.

Associated Press
Special session opens with crime bill compromise

Special session opens with crime bill compromise

The state House and Senate have until June 14 to cast a final vote for an agreement brokered by a special conference committee.

Steve Quinn
Governor calls Legislature into 30-day special session to decide on crime, budget, PFD bills

Governor calls Legislature into 30-day special session to decide on crime, budget, PFD bills

Gov. Mike Dunleavy has called lawmakers back to work for a 30-day special session to begin Thursday morning.

Steve Quinn
House, Senate at loggerheads heading into session's final day

House, Senate at loggerheads heading into session's final day

After unanimously passing a sweeping crime bill, the Senate watched the House reject the changes, all but guaranteeing a special session.

Steve Quinn
US bills calls for DOJ review of Indian Country probes

US bills calls for DOJ review of Indian Country probes

Federal lawmakers are re-introducing legislation that calls for the Justice Department to review how law enforcement agencies respond to cases of missing and murdered Native Americans.

Associated Press
Legislation could expand rape kit access

Legislation could expand rape kit access

Murkowski is now a co-sponsor of The Survivors’ Access to Supportive Care Act (SASCA), making the effort bipartisan.

CBS News
Clock ticking on lawmakers with crime bill, PFD undecided

Clock ticking on lawmakers with crime bill, PFD undecided

Lawmakers have until Wednesday to adjourn.

Steve Quinn
Jury trial sought in suits brought against Dunleavy, Babcock

Jury trial sought in suits brought against Dunleavy, Babcock

Gov. Mike Dunleavy and chief of staff Tuckerman Babcock deny wrongdoing in firing three employees now suing them.

Steve Quinn
Legislature heading into the home stretch toward Wednesday adjournment

Legislature heading into the home stretch toward Wednesday adjournment

Lawmakers still working on budgets, crime bills and resolving the Permanent Fund dividend payout.

Steve Quinn
House vote spotlights marriage as defense against sexual assaults

House vote spotlights marriage as defense against sexual assaults

As lawmakers pursue sweeping changes in Alaska’s public safety laws, one burning question has emerged: Should marriage continue to be a defense in sexual assault cases?

Steve Quinn
Murkowski co-sponsors bill to clarify prescription drug price increases

Murkowski co-sponsors bill to clarify prescription drug price increases

Sen. Lisa Murkowski and three of her colleagues have introduced a bill which would require prescription-drug makers to be more transparent when increasing the prices of their products.

KTVA Web Staff
Instructions to probation, parole officers to ignore new crimes still in effect, DOC says

Instructions to probation, parole officers to ignore new crimes still in effect, DOC says

Absent action from another agency, probation and parole officers are essentially expected to look the other way when a person they're supervising violates conditions of release by committing a new crime. 

Daniella Rivera
House passes $19B disaster aid bill over Trump opposition

House passes $19B disaster aid bill over Trump opposition

The measure passed over the opposition of most Republicans, who said it should also include the Trump administration's $4.5 billion request for stepped up humanitarian aid and law enforcement along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Associated Press
Alaska AG backs Dunleavy stance against 'future funding' education

Alaska AG backs Dunleavy stance against 'future funding' education

Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s attorney general says an educational funding appropriation last year, which has become a key point in this year’s school funding debates, violates the state constitution.

Chris Klint
Schneider loophole bill gets final legislative approval

Schneider loophole bill gets final legislative approval

The Schneider loophole is nearly closed. House Bill 14 still needs Gov. Mike Dunleavy's signature.

Steve Quinn
Alaska seeks to boost gun background check system reporting

Alaska seeks to boost gun background check system reporting

Alaska lawmakers are considering requiring the courts to review for a federal database system records dating to 1981 for individuals who have been involuntarily committed and would be restricted from owning firearms.

Associated Press
Senate sends $1.3 billion capital projects bill to the House

Senate sends $1.3 billion capital projects bill to the House

All 20 senators supported Senate Bill 19, a bill that leveraged designed to secure more than $1 billion in federal funding.

Steve Quinn
House advances sweeping crime bill, Senate begins its review

House advances sweeping crime bill, Senate begins its review

House Bill 49 cleared the House along caucus lines, 24-14.

Steve Quinn
Anchorage Assembly passes amended trapping ordinance

Anchorage Assembly passes amended trapping ordinance

The Anchorage Assembly on Tuesday passed a revised version of an ordinance that changes areas where trapping is allowed in the municipality, creating "buffer zones" near trails in hopes of keeping hikers and pets safe from unmarked traps.

Cassie Schirm
Murkowski pushes feds for study on missing, murdered indigenous women

Murkowski pushes feds for study on missing, murdered indigenous women

Sen. Lisa Murkowski is among 17 senators and representatives urging the Government Accountability Office to study missing and murdered indigenous women.

Chris Klint
Bill would allow tribal regalia at certain public events

Bill would allow tribal regalia at certain public events

The bill is sponsored by Rep. Tiffany Zulkosky, a Bethel Democrat.

Associated Press
LeDoux stripped of assignments after break with caucus

LeDoux stripped of assignments after break with caucus

A Republican state lawmaker has been stripped of her committee assignments after breaking with the Alaska House majority coalition over a budget vote.

Associated Press
Special committee appointed to finalize budget, PFD payout

Special committee appointed to finalize budget, PFD payout

The Alaska House and Senate have each named three members to a special committee to work out final details of the state's operating budget

Steve Quinn
Crime bills inching forward in House and Senate

Crime bills inching forward in House and Senate

Public safety was a priority for Gov. Mike Dunleavy and many lawmakers, and their bills are approaching the finish line with just over a week left in session.

Steve Quinn
DOC instructed probation, parole officers to ignore new crimes

DOC instructed probation, parole officers to ignore new crimes

Probation and parole officers were told to look the other way when it comes to violations of the law, according to an internal Department of Corrections email. 

Daniella Rivera
Portraits preserve memories of missing, murdered indigenous women

Portraits preserve memories of missing, murdered indigenous women

Bristol Bay artist Amber Webb brought her 20-foot tall kuspuk to the capital this week to show lawmakers the faces of 90 missing women.

Steve Quinn
Army taking Pebble Mine draft EIS comments for 30 more days

Army taking Pebble Mine draft EIS comments for 30 more days

Alaskans now have an additional 30 days to submit comment on the proposed Pebble Mine’s draft environmental impact statement, after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers extended its previous deadline to June 29.

KTVA Web Staff
Senate throws support behind suicide prevention council bill

Senate throws support behind suicide prevention council bill

The House must still pass Senate Bill 10 by May 15 for the council to continue its work.

Steve Quinn
Senate heading into home stretch of operating budget

Senate heading into home stretch of operating budget

The Senate looks to put the final touches on the amended operating budget before sending it back to the House for a concurrence vote.

Steve Quinn
Clarkson on 'way to a full recovery' from heart attack

Clarkson on 'way to a full recovery' from heart attack

Alaska's attorney general needed emergency surgery in Seattle to repair an artery.

Steve Quinn
AG Clarkson hospitalized for emergency surgery in Seattle

AG Clarkson hospitalized for emergency surgery in Seattle

Kevin Clarkson's appointment was recently confirmed by the Legislature in a joint hearing.

Steve Quinn
Alaska Native veterans see rights, respect given decades after service in Vietnam War

Alaska Native veterans see rights, respect given decades after service in Vietnam War

The Alaska Native Veterans Land Allotment Equity Act will enable some veterans who served from 1964-1971 to apply for land parcels of 160 acres.

Dave Goldman
Senate panel approves $3,000 PFD during budget amendment talks

Senate panel approves $3,000 PFD during budget amendment talks

The full Senate must still approve the operating budget when it meets to vote on the operating budget next week.

Steve Quinn
Pentagon awards construction contract for new polar icebreaker

Pentagon awards construction contract for new polar icebreaker

Alaska’s congressional delegation is hailing the award of a contract for a new U.S. Coast Guard icebreaker this week as a key development in the nation’s evolving Arctic strategy.

Chris Klint
Senate Finance Committee to resume budget, PFD debate

Senate Finance Committee to resume budget, PFD debate

The House sent a budget to the Senate without a Permanent Fund dividend appropriation, leaving the Senate Finance Committee to sort debate short- and long-term solutions.

Steve Quinn
Assembly asks lawmakers to remove local tax limits on school funding

Assembly asks lawmakers to remove local tax limits on school funding

Would you be willing to pay more in taxes if it provided more opportunities for children in your school district?

Scott Gross
ISER: PFDs' effect on Alaska workers varies based on gender

ISER: PFDs' effect on Alaska workers varies based on gender

Permanent Fund dividend checks have small but measurable effects on Alaska’s labor market in the months after their distribution, according to new research, slightly increasing the employment rate of men and shortening women’s time at work.

KTVA Web Staff
Dunleavy not planning marijuana board repeal this session

Dunleavy not planning marijuana board repeal this session

Gov. Mike Dunleavy does not plan to introduce legislation this session that would propose eliminating the board that regulates Alaska's legal marijuana industry.

Associated Press
Lawmakers offer differing views on Wellpath's API management contract

Lawmakers offer differing views on Wellpath's API management contract

Some House members backed the decision to end Wellpath's API management contract in December and have future contracts go out for bid.

Steve Quinn
Proposed trapping ordinance cites safety for pets, trappers say there's a better way

Proposed trapping ordinance cites safety for pets, trappers say there's a better way

A proposed ordinance has dog owners and fur trappers divided, as both sides worry about the balance of safety and land use rights around trails near Anchorage.

Cassie Schirm
Dunleavy taps 7 for Boards of Fisheries and Game seats

Dunleavy taps 7 for Boards of Fisheries and Game seats

Gov. Mike Dunleavy made several appointments to the Boards of Fisheries and Game. All seven are subject to a pending legislative confirmation vote.

Steve Quinn
Legislative interns stay busy throughout session

Legislative interns stay busy throughout session

The Senator Ted Stevens Legislative Internship Program brought 12 University of Alaska students to the Capitol this year to help lawmakers craft policy.

Steve Quinn
Dunleavy urges progress on House crime bills, leaves special session on the table

Dunleavy urges progress on House crime bills, leaves special session on the table

The so-called war Gov. Mike Dunleavy vowed to wage against criminals is currently stalled in the House, where none of his crime bills have received more than an introductory hearing. 

Daniella Rivera
Ex-Board of Fisheries nominee refutes allegations of inappropriate sexual comments

Ex-Board of Fisheries nominee refutes allegations of inappropriate sexual comments

Former Superior Court judge Karl Johnstone has denied allegations he made inappropriate comments when he previously sat on the board.

Jennifer Summers
DHSS rethinks Wellpath contract, will open bidding for API privatization

DHSS rethinks Wellpath contract, will open bidding for API privatization

Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration has temporarily limited the scope of private management for the troubled Alaska Psychiatric Institute, amid a deal that has itself drawn fire from lawmakers and union members.

Chris Klint
Labor union continues to press for management changes at API

Labor union continues to press for management changes at API

Gov. Mike Dunleavy's administration has gotten another request to slow down a contract privatizing management of the Alaska Psychiatric Institute.

Steve Quinn
Sexual harassment allegations factor in Johnstone board vote

Sexual harassment allegations factor in Johnstone board vote

Former Superior Court Judge Karl Johnstone was already a contentious appointment to the Board of Fisheries, but late sexual harassment allegations changed the tone of a legislative vote.

Steve Quinn
Mueller report: Justice Department releases special counsel report

Mueller report: Justice Department releases special counsel report

Special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election has finally been released.

CBS News
Dunleavy records clean sweep, secures Legislature backing on 13 cabinet choices

Dunleavy records clean sweep, secures Legislature backing on 13 cabinet choices

Gov. Mike Dunleavy's entire cabinet received legislative approval, but a few key appointments with Fisheries and Marijuana Control boards failed.

Steve Quinn
Dunleavy selects 2nd Palmer judge from Judicial Council finalists

Dunleavy selects 2nd Palmer judge from Judicial Council finalists

Former public defender Kristen Stohler will replace retiring Judge Vanessa White, Gov. Mike Dunleavy's administration said Wednesday night.

Chris Klint
2019 Anchorage Municipal Election Results

2019 Anchorage Municipal Election Results

Here are the official results in the 2019 municipal election.

KTVA Web Staff
Lawmakers girding for lengthy, tense vote on Dunleavy nominations

Lawmakers girding for lengthy, tense vote on Dunleavy nominations

The House and Senate will hold a joint session to vote on a series of board and cabinet nominations by Gov. Mike Dunleavy

Steve Quinn
To touch or not to touch the PFD, that is the debate in Alaska

To touch or not to touch the PFD, that is the debate in Alaska

So far, the legislature has avoided a showdown with the governor, but it’s coming. And the size of your Permanent Fund Dividend check could be at the heart of the battle.

Rhonda McBride
Alaska lawmakers pass resolution to connect railroad to Canada

Alaska lawmakers pass resolution to connect railroad to Canada

The Alaska Senate wants a federal border permit that would allow a railroad crossing to be built between the state and Canada.

Angela Krenzien
City reassesses homeless services after alcohol tax fails

City reassesses homeless services after alcohol tax fails

Anchorage's homeless coordinator said the city could have doubled homeless services if a proposed 5% alcohol tax had passed in this year's election.

Lauren Maxwell
Union sues state to stop API privatization

Union sues state to stop API privatization

A state employees union is suing the state over its decision to privatize management of the troubled Alaska Psychiatric Institute, claiming the choice will cause “irreparable harm” to more than 200 union workers at the institute.

Chris Klint
Dunleavy: Legislature 'knowingly underfunded' Senior Benefits program ahead of suspension

Dunleavy: Legislature 'knowingly underfunded' Senior Benefits program ahead of suspension

The governor said it was last year's legislature that chose to underfund the Senior Benefits program — and that they did so knowingly.

Jes Stugelmayer
Lawmaker criticizes district's handling of bathroom incident

Lawmaker criticizes district's handling of bathroom incident

An Alaska lawmaker is criticizing a school district after she says a student was wrongly suspended after the student defended herself against a group of boys who trapped the girl inside a bathroom.

Associated Press
Crime bills, PFD, nominations still await legislative decisions

Crime bills, PFD, nominations still await legislative decisions

Even as the House sent a budget to the Senate for consideration, the Legislature enters a holiday-shortened week with plenty on its plate.

Steve Quinn
Murkowski, Sullivan co-sponsor Arctic shipping, policy bills

Murkowski, Sullivan co-sponsor Arctic shipping, policy bills

Alaska’s U.S. senators are backing a pair of bills meant to establish a system of Arctic icebreakers and deep-water ports, as well as increase the state’s influence in U.S. policy decisions regarding the increasingly strategic region.

Chris Klint
Senior benefits payments to come up short next 2 months

Senior benefits payments to come up short next 2 months

More than one-third of those receiving monthly payments from the Alaska Senior Benefits program will not get checks in May or June.

Steve Quinn
Alaska House to send its approved budget to the Senate

Alaska House to send its approved budget to the Senate

The House on Thursday approved an operating budget for the upcoming fiscal year that reduces it from current spending by $200 million.

Steve Quinn
Former supervisors give drastically different takes on Price

Former supervisors give drastically different takes on Price

Two former supervisors of acting Alaska Public Safety Commissioner Amanda Price offered drastically different views of her work ethic and whether she should be confirmed for the job.

Associated Press
Bernhardt confirmed to lead Interior with Murkowski, Sullivan's votes

Bernhardt confirmed to lead Interior with Murkowski, Sullivan's votes

Acting Interior Secretary David Bernhardt has been formally confirmed to the post, with Alaska's U.S. senators voting yes Thursday on his permanent appointment.

Chris Klint
House inches closer to budget vote after second day of amendments

House inches closer to budget vote after second day of amendments

The House hopes to have a budget ready for the Senate by Monday.

Steve Quinn
Public education benefiting from new PFD donation option

Public education benefiting from new PFD donation option

In its first year, Alaskans donated nearly $500,000 of their PFD to public education raffle.

Steve Quinn
Governor appoints new commission members after bumper sticker squabble

Governor appoints new commission members after bumper sticker squabble

Gov. Mike Dunleavy has named two women to the Alaska State Commission for Human Rights, replacing two members who resigned following a controversy sparked by a bumper sticker.

Chris Klint
Choose Respect Act would aim to change cultural attitudes around violence toward women

Choose Respect Act would aim to change cultural attitudes around violence toward women

Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan is introducing a bill aimed at changing the culture around sexual assault and domestic violence by educating young men.

Jennifer Summers
Murkowski, Young reintroduce coastal mapping initiative

Murkowski, Young reintroduce coastal mapping initiative

Two of Alaska’s three congressional members are among lawmakers bringing a long-sought bill to improve mapping of the nation’s shorelines back before Congress.

KTVA Web Staff
Dunleavy to lawmakers: Advance crime, amendment bills or 'no deal'

Dunleavy to lawmakers: Advance crime, amendment bills or 'no deal'

Gov. Mike Dunleavy says the Legislature needs to produce crime bills and constitutional amendments he deems vital to a long-term fiscal plan.

Steve Quinn
DOTPF expanding 'lighting curfew' program beyond Minnesota Drive

DOTPF expanding 'lighting curfew' program beyond Minnesota Drive

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities is expanding a money-saving "lighting curfew" program tested during early-morning hours along a South Anchorage corridor.

Lauren Maxwell
Human Rights Commission director resigns after suspension over bumper sticker

Human Rights Commission director resigns after suspension over bumper sticker

The executive director of the Alaska State Commission for Human Rights, under fire over her criticism of a “Black Rifles Matter” bumper sticker on social media, has submitted her resignation.

Chris Klint
Senate unanimously backs recreational alcohol license bill

Senate unanimously backs recreational alcohol license bill

Sen. Peter Micciche's bill designed to help the Alaska State Fair obtain alcohol licenses passed, 19-0, but must still pass the House.

Steve Quinn
Lawmakers: Dunleavy's Medicaid cuts not immediately attainable

Lawmakers: Dunleavy's Medicaid cuts not immediately attainable

Gov. Mike Dunleavy hopes to cut nearly $250 million in Medicaid spending, but some of it requires waivers and permission from the federal government.

Steve Quinn
Board suspends agency director over rifle sticker complaint

Board suspends agency director over rifle sticker complaint

The executive director of the state human rights commission has been suspended for 15 working days without pay for complaining on social media about a "Black Rifles Matter" sticker on a vehicle in the building's parking lot she believed to be racist.

Associated Press
Senate to consider new PFD formula, budget cap bills

Senate to consider new PFD formula, budget cap bills

The Senate Finance Committee has introduced two bills that would repeal the current Permanent Fund dividend formula.

Steve Quinn
House members challenge Wellpath's API contract

House members challenge Wellpath's API contract

Five House Democrats say the state should revisit the contract awarded to Wellpath Recovery Solutions, believing the Department of Health and Social Services did not present enough information to the state procurement officer.

Steve Quinn
Leaders hold edge as Friday election results emerge

Leaders hold edge as Friday election results emerge

As ballots continue to trickle in from Anchorage's second-ever vote-by-mail election, the initial returns unveiled Tuesday in contests for three Assembly and two School Board seats appear likely to hold.

KTVA Web Staff
Sen. Murkowski questions EPA on its effectiveness in Alaska

Sen. Murkowski questions EPA on its effectiveness in Alaska

Alaska Sen. Murkowski questions EPA budget over state interests.

Bryan Dunagan
Dunleavy weighing change to Alaska Medicaid funding through grants

Dunleavy weighing change to Alaska Medicaid funding through grants

Dunleavy told President Donald Trump that the state is open to the idea of receiving Medicaid funding through fixed amounts each year.

Associated Press
House panel rebuffs Dunleavy plan to repeal senior assistance

House panel rebuffs Dunleavy plan to repeal senior assistance

Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants to close a $1.6 billion budget gap in part by repealing a senior assistance program that would save the state $20 million in the coming fiscal year.

Steve Quinn
State House panel cuts funds to inspect Alaska's last dairy

State House panel cuts funds to inspect Alaska's last dairy

Funding for inspecting the state's last dairy has been cut, but it can still be restored between now and the end of session.

Steve Quinn
Murkowski grills FEMA leader on Alaska quake assistance

Murkowski grills FEMA leader on Alaska quake assistance

FEMA's administrator found himself on shaky ground Wednesday with Alaska's senior U.S. senator.

Dave Goldman
Alaska tribes receive nearly $2.5M to support crime victims

Alaska tribes receive nearly $2.5M to support crime victims

Three Alaska tribal groups will receive just under $2.5 million from the U.S. Department of Justice for a variety of initiatives to protect and benefit crime victims.

KTVA Web Staff
Voters likely to approve Anchorage school bond

Voters likely to approve Anchorage school bond

Preliminary results Wednesday showed the $59 million bond proposition was passing by nearly 8,000 votes.

Scott Gross
Anchorage's proposed alcohol tax is failing, for now

Anchorage's proposed alcohol tax is failing, for now

Preliminary election results show that Proposition 9 is failing by a couple thousand votes.

Lauren Maxwell
Protective order bill unanimously passes Alaska House

Protective order bill unanimously passes Alaska House

A bill allowing victims of domestic violence to seek extensions of protective orders unanimously cleared the state House Wednesday, making it the first crime bill to pass either chamber this year.

Steve Quinn
House members question Dunleavy's path to hiring API contractor

House members question Dunleavy's path to hiring API contractor

Some members of two state House committees want to know why Providence Hospital wasn't considered to take over the Alaska Psychiatric Institute.

Steve Quinn
Pebble project draft study fuels Legislature debate

Pebble project draft study fuels Legislature debate

The U.S. Army Corps. of Engineers released a draft environmental impact study for a proposed copper mine in Bristol Bay. Critics call it flawed; Pebble mine developers say it's fair.

Steve Quinn
Show me the money: Outside PACs bankroll municipal campaigns

Show me the money: Outside PACs bankroll municipal campaigns

KTVA compiled data from the online campaign financial disclosure forms provided to the Alaska Public Offices Commission as of March 27.

Megan Mazurek
Voting deadline approaches for Anchorage election

Voting deadline approaches for Anchorage election

The deadline to vote in Anchorage's second vote-by-mail election is Tuesday, April 2; ballots must be returned or postmarked by midnight.

Jennifer Summers
Dunleavy wraps budget roadshow in Wasilla

Dunleavy wraps budget roadshow in Wasilla

Overall, the crowd was respectful, but seemed split on the issues. Many people clapped when Dunleavy talked about the Permanent Fund dividend, while others raised concerns over cuts to education funding.

Heather Hintze
Legislature passes $141M bill for Southcentral quake relief

Legislature passes $141M bill for Southcentral quake relief

The state Senate and House this week unanimously approved Gov. Mike Dunleavy's request for funds to assist victims of the Nov. 30 earthquake.

Steve Quinn
Olson bill would preserve slain Kotzebue girl's memory

Olson bill would preserve slain Kotzebue girl's memory

Sen. Donny OIson on Friday introduced Senate Bill 101, which would make March 12 Ashley Johnson-Barr Day.

Steve Quinn
Federal judge rules against King Cove land swap

Federal judge rules against King Cove land swap

In a victory for environmental groups, a federal judge has struck down a land swap intended to allow construction of a road to the village of King Cove brokered by President Trump’s former Interior secretary.

Chris Klint
House Finance's preliminary budget rebuffs Dunleavy

House Finance's preliminary budget rebuffs Dunleavy

The House Finance Committee released a substitute budget that will still be subject to amendments and a committee vote next week.

Steve Quinn
‘They’re not the people': Young blasts Gwich’in ANWR drilling opponents

‘They’re not the people': Young blasts Gwich’in ANWR drilling opponents

Rep. Don Young offered a vehement rebuttal against repealing provisions for ANWR drilling, questioning the authenticity of Alaska Native drilling opponents and seemingly challenging one of the bill’s sponsors to a fight.

Chris Klint

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