Unfurling their political banners

Kailey Shugak, from Old Harbor, (hidden), and Charli Duke, right, from Dillingham, string up banners during a rally by the Alaska Youth for Environmental Action at the Dimond Courthouse Plaza on Thursday. The group of high school students from around Alaska are focusing on a number of bills in the legislature including: House Bill 100 - Ban Cultivation of Genetically Modified Fish; Senate Bill 27/House Bill 63 - Flame Retardants & Toxic Chemicals; Senate Bill 3 - Funding for School Meals; and Senate Bill 152 - Legislative Approval of Bristol Bay Sulfide Mine

Kailey Shugak, from Old Harbor, (hidden), and Charli Duke, right, from Dillingham, string up banners during a rally by the Alaska Youth for Environmental Action at the Dimond Courthouse Plaza on Thursday. The group of high school students from around Alaska are focusing on a number of bills in the Legislature including House Bill 100 – Ban Cultivation of Genetically Modified Fish; Senate Bill 27/House Bill 63 – Flame Retardants & Toxic Chemicals; Senate Bill 3 – Funding for School Meals; and Senate Bill 152 - Legislative Approval of Bristol Bay Sulfide Mine.

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