Elton named to Alaska slot at Interior
An Alaskan is going to Washington, D.C., in a key role — for the state — in the administration of President Barak Obama.
Sen. Kim Elton, D-Juneau, has been named director of Alaska affairs for the Department of the Interior, which manages the federal government’s immense holdings in Alaska.
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19 years in elective office
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