A former legislative aide came forward with the accusations because she said she believes her experience in the Legislature isn’t unique.
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Baird deliberately took himself off any assignments related to the Legislature or Walker while considering the position.
Here’s what legislators had to say about session when they can say it anonymously.
Nearly as many people don’t sign up for insurance in Alaska as those who do.
A lot of “smart people” say the GOP’s hopes for economic growth are realistic.
The controversial tax plan includes provisions that will begin to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling.
The Alaska Federation of Natives joined a growing group of organizations to call out President Donald Trump for using the name “Pocahontas” during a ceremony…
Gov. Bill Walker today announced the appointment of Fate Putman, a lobbyist who primarily represents the state employees union, to the commission that oversees commercial…
The “Sexual and Other Workplace Harassment Policy Subcommittee” was formed by the Legislative Council last week after sexual harassment allegations involving a state senator dating back to June surfaced this month.
There’s reason to be skeptical about the promise. Trump has already flip flopped on the issue.