Alaska's Capitol Plan Sparks Talk of a Move

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Alaska is the only state in the nation without a capitol building. A design contest is under way, and four nationally prominent architectural firms are competing for the contract. But the construction proposals are reopening the larger question of whether Juneau should remain Alaska's capital city, or if the state government should be moved to Anchorage. Anne Sutton of member station KTOO reports from Juneau.



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