The Legislature has some work to do, public broadcasting gets a lifeline and several instances of a bunch of bullshit.
It could still be some time before you can pick up some pre-rolls at the curb.
The hearing not only raised issues over the governor’s plan to supplant millions of dollars in vetoes with federal aid, but also his power to spend the money in the first place.
The changes to marijuana will be taken up on Friday but it could take longer for the changes to be felt.
The rules will specifically allow curbside pickup of alcohol from liquor stores, distilleries, breweries and restaurants, removing the requirement for people to enter the stores, as well as delivery of sealed containers of beer and wine from restaurants when people order a meal.
Without widespread testing, Alaskans and these unspecified sectors of the Alaska economy could be stepping into the unknown as they return to business.
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski said she’s not willing to bet on verbal guidance from the feds.
So many variables have changed, it’s difficult to really judge how a by-mail, ranked-choice election might change things in Alaska.
Lessons from Alaska’s history should serve as a warning for today.
Oil prices dropping below $20 a barrel doesn’t help, either.