Alaska lawmakers pass resolution to connect railroad to Canada

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

Senators voted 19-0 on Senate Joint Resolution 11, according to a release from the Alaska Senate majority Monday. 

Sen. Shelley Hughes, R-Palmer, is chair of the Senate Transportation Committee and says a railroad through Canada would benefit people all over the state.

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