Governor Palin announced seven winners of the North Star Award for International Excellence -- an award she created in 2008 to honor excellence in these nine categories: trade (export of goods), trade (export of services), foreign investment, education, tourism, transportation, cultural exchange, humanitarian exchange or scientific exchange.
The Governor vetoed $28.6 million in stimulus money that would have involved federal interference with the state of Alaska.
Governor Palin signed bills removing experience caps on teacher's salaries and extending boat safety programs.
Governor Palin supported congressional provision permitting the carrying of guns in National Parks.
The Governor issued a statement on the Obama presidency and his interference with free markets.
A federal ethics complaint against Governor Palin pertaining to the borrowed clothes she wore during the McCain campaign was dismissed.
Governor Palin visited flood-damaged Tanana.
Governor Palin met with the U.S. Pacific Air Force Commander for a briefing on USAF Assets in Alaska.
An indirect accomplishment: Alaska State employees mediated a long-running dispute about allowing continued export of Cook Inlet gas while also ensuring gas supplies are made available for local utilities.
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