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Governor Palin Continues Push For Parental Notification

Sunday, April 19, 2009 0 Responses

Juneau, Alaska – Governor Sarah Palin today vowed her continued support for House Bill 35, legislation requiring parental notification before an abortion is performed on an un-emancipated girl under the age of 17. Democrats sitting on the Senate Health and Social Services Committee voted to hold the bill, guaranteeing the bill will not pass this session.
“This good legislation received support from legislators from both bodies on both sides of the aisle because it is, above all, pro-family,” Governor Palin said. “The lack of action on this bill is a blow to parents across the state who do not want government building a wall between them and their children. I will continue to work to ensure that Alaska’s families are represented and that the existing law truly reflects the will of the people — as intended by our state’s constitution.
“It is imperative that this issue is resolved as soon as possible. I will explore, as a private citizen, how Alaskans can do what the Senate has refused to do.”
Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell, who helped pass the earlier parental consent legislation, said: "These legislators have now taken the extreme position that concerned parents can't even be assured they will be notified when their minor daughter faces an abortion."

http://www.gov.state.ak.us/news.php?id=1773

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Governor Palin Dismayed By Obamas Opposition To Off-Shore Drilling

Sunday, April 19, 2009 1 Response


Juneau, Alaska - Governor Sarah Palin today objected to a court ruling that undermines the federal leasing program for oil and gas reserves in the Beaufort, Bering and Chukchi seas.
The finding by a three-judge panel in Washington, D.C., in a lawsuit brought by environmentalists against the Interior Department during the Bush administration, comes just three days after Alaskans had an unprecedented opportunity to voice their opinions on off-shore drilling in a hearing before Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.
“We are adamant in our support for responsible off-shore development,” Governor Palin said. “As I told Secretary Salazar on Tuesday, even a stepped-up effort toward energy conservation will not avert the need for increased production of conventional fuel sources as our population grows. The resources in the Beaufort Sea and Chukchi Sea, especially, are critical for what should be a dramatic increase in domestic natural gas and a modest increase in domestic oil production.
“Unfortunately, while we have been struggling to persuade the Obama administration not to undo the opportunities for off-shore drilling, an appeals court has stepped in at the bidding of short-sighted environmentalists and pre-empted the federal-state dialogue,” the governor said.
“Ironically, putting the brakes on domestic energy production does not prevent global warming or threats to species, but actually increases the problem by shifting resource extraction to less environmentally preferred fuels and locations.”
Alaska is second only to the entire Gulf of Mexico in petroleum potential. According to the USGS, Arctic Alaska’s recoverable resources are approximately 36 billion barrels of oil and natural gas liquids and 221 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.

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Governor Palin Besieged By Thousands To Run In 2012

Sunday, April 19, 2009 0 Responses

It wasn't supposed to be a political event, but try telling that to a man who has seen 2,200 people react when he walks into a banquet hall.

Sgt. Robert Goedde, a sheriff's officer who was at Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's side throughout her 17-hour stay in Evansville, says Palin was besieged at Thursday's Vanderburgh County Right to Life banquet by people urging her to run for president in 2012.

The exhortations, which Goedde called a constant refrain, began as soon as he and Palin and other officers began making their way to the banquet's head table through surging crowds in The Centre's assembly hall. The journey, during which Palin was mobbed by people seeking autographs and pictures, took 20 minutes.
"Some people would shout it out, and you'd see others just asking her," Goedde said. "I heard it two or three times a minute, the entire time. She'd just smile and wave. She was very gracious."

http://www.courierpress.com/news/2009/apr/19/banquet-displayed-palin-hold-on-right/

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