Soldiers began deploying as early as Aug. 18, but the majority will be flying out over the next several weeks. About half of the brigade will be based in Iraq for nine months.
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The federal Mine Safety and Health Administration has been investigating the accident since it was reported, and miners are not currently allowed in the affected areas.
“Even though water might be going over the logs, the force itself is going under the log, and that’s where bodies, boats will be propelled or pushed,” said Joe McCullough, with the Department of Natural Resources Office of Boating Safety.
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More importantly, Dunleavy’s veto means the end of a program that has been helping people keep their teeth since it was signed by former Gov. Frank Murkowski in 2006. The cap has always been $1,150 per person per year.
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