Alaska’s already been under a statewide shelter-in-place order for nearly a week and has restricted nearly all in-state travel.
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Soon, the state will have clear tools to go after anyone who price gouges on food, medical supplies, fuel and cleaning products.
With $1.25 billion on the way, oversight is as important as ever.
Here’s what happened on the Legislature’s “final” day.
Opposition to the transfer of funds was fiercely opposed in public testimony but the board moved ahead, dismissing concerns raised.
The measure would extend the health emergency through Nov. 15, 2020.
At the very least, they ask, give rural communities the power to enforce their own restrictions.
We’re not playing politics. YOU’RE PLAYING POLITICS.
The Alaska Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Recall Dunleavy case while social distancing.
Senate Democrats raised grave concerns that the by-mail election could disenfranchise voters.