Alaska Governor Cuts $130 Million for University of Alaska System
Alaska Governor Cuts $130 Million for University of Alaska System
Mike Dunleavy vetoes funding that would have made up 40 percent of the university system’s total budget.
Alaska Governor Cuts $130 Million for University of Alaska System
Alaska Governor Cuts $130 Million for University of Alaska System

Mike Dunleavy vetoes funding that would have made up 40 percent of the university system’s total budget.

Mike Dunleavy vetoes funding that would have made up 40 percent of the university system’s total budget.

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