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September 26, 2008 5:12 PM

What Alaska is really worried about: Bears in Anchorage

A day after the Alaska Botanical Garden announced a two-week closure because a grizzly bear had moved next door to the property, a committee of the Anchorage Assembly convened a meeting to discuss what to do about bears in Alaska's largest city.

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