Special session: House fast-tracks crime bill, governor's tax lacks support

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The Alaska legislature gaveled in for a record-breaking fourth special session Monday. This is the first time state lawmakers have ever spent so much time in Juneau in a single year. 

But lawmakers did not stick to their own schedule. They spent most of the morning in closed-door caucus meetings. Because of that, two of the afternoon's committee hearings on changes to state crime law were canceled or delayed.

Special session: House fast-tracks crime bill, governor's tax lacks support

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