Longshoreman strife affects Alaska

What happens when the Longshoremen are told by their union to go on strike?

There will be no milk for the babies of Alaska. I find that quite alarming.

I think the Governor has money to throw around, like giving tickets for people outside of Anchorage to support a basketball tournament. I think that you could find things daily that the Governor promotes which could be better applied to something like ensuring milk for the citizens of Alaska. I am very curious about all the High School sport teams traveling to the Lower 48 to play out there. That is a very expensive operation I am sure. I realize that poor operations contribute to the problem of the dairy and make them unable to reimburse the state.


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