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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Alaska Newsletter for Sunday April 05, 2020 ( 3 items )  

Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences Issues Research Articles in April 2020 Edition
OTTAWA, Ontario, March 31 -- The Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, which says it covers fisheries and aquatic science, published research articles on the following topics in its April 2020 edition: * Age validation of yellowfin (Thunnus albacares) and bigeye (Thunnus obesus) tuna of the northwestern Atlantic Ocean * Loss of spawning habitat and prerecruits of Pacific cod during a Gulf of Alaska heatwave Articles: * Wild salmon and the shifting baseline syndrome: applicatio  more

Cancer Action Network: In Uncertain Times, Cancer Prevention Advocates Oppose Weakening City Smoke-Free Law
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, April 1 -- The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network issued the following news release: In the midst of these uncertain and challenging times, Anchorage voters have one week left to make their voices heard in the upcoming local election. Cancer doesn't stop and neither does the work of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), which is why ACS CAN urges Anchorage voters to vote "no" on local ballot Proposition 11 that would allow smoking inside Anch  more

Center on Budget & Policy Priorities: Tribal Nations - Highly Vulnerable to COVID-19 - Need More Federal Relief
WASHINGTON, April 2 -- The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities issued the following blog: By providing $8 billion for 574 federally recognized tribes in its $150 billion Coronavirus Relief Fund for tribal, state, local, and territorial governments, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act marked a historic federal recognition of tribes -- contrasting sharply with the 2009 Recovery Act, which excluded tribes from its major state fiscal relief. Still, policymakers will need to in  more