They’re all still 32,000 signatures, a few legal challenges and a legislative session from reaching the 2018 ballot, but it’s time to take stock in where each stands in The Midnight Sun’s State of the Race update.
Articles by Matt Buxton
The initiative was initially rejected because the state found it unconstitutionally appropriated state resources. A judge has found otherwise.
The prime component of the proposed initiative would bar legislators from collecting per diem payments ($295 per day) if the operating budget is not passed by the end of the regular session.
Speculating on rumors and gossip surrounding Alaska politics is a time-honored tradition. It’s time for our weekly trip through the grand, gross, weird, wild and…
A top Interior Department scientist says he was reassigned to an accounting position after talking publicly about the impacts climate change were having in Alaska.
Opposition was overwhelming. Nearly two thirds of voters in each municipality voted against the bans.
It’s 10:18 p.m. and polls are closed throughout the state in plenty of non-Anchorage local elections. The big issues on tonight’s ballots are a raft…
The two initiatives aim to maintain generally popular provisions of the Affordable Care Act in the event they’re repealed by Congress.
With the Senate’s hopes of repealing Obamacare dashed (at least for now), the Senate GOP’s attention is quietly turning to repealing consumer protection rules on…
Senate Bill 91 is in trouble, there’s plenty of (non-Anchorage) local elections next week and some not-so-surprising things about Murkowski.