It was one “Bridge to Nowhere” joke too many for Alaska’s lone congressman.
A new analysis of the Obamacare repeal and replace proposal being considered in the U.S. House of Representatives this week by the Washington, DC-based Center on Budget and Policy Priorities says Alaskans would see their healthcare tax credits cut by almost twice as much as any other state.
The election to be the next governor of Alaska is still 21 months away, but the dynamics that will determine who wins the race are being established now.
The ongoing drama in the fate of the Legislative Information Office (LIO) in Downtown Anchorage took another turn Tuesday with a threat of a lawsuit over the deal officially being delivered by the deal’s financiers.
An email sent out Wednesday—in the wake of Trump winning Indiana and becoming the presumptive Republican nominee by Alaskaâ€™s most politically active Conservative Christian group may be the first warning sign that Alaskaâ€™s socially-conservative base may be a problem for Alaska Republicans in November.
Tuesday, filling in as host of a local Anchorage radio talk show, Begich was directly asked by a caller if he would run for office next cycle. His response will have people talking.
Gov. Bill Walker is turning the tables on environmentalists, saying Alaska needs the revenues new oil development would provide to fight climate change.
Friday morning on the Rick Rydell radio show former Florida congressional candidate Ross Beiling announced he was challenging Mike Hawker in the Republican primary for state house district 28.
A little over a month earlier Bannock asked the Governor on his show if he would be pursuing a reserves tax as part of his cal for special session this fall. At that time the Governor said he wouldn’t. Listen to the audio to hear the Governor’s explanation for why he changed his mind.
Here is a list of statements made by elected leaders and those in the industry about Shell’s decision to pull out of their off shore oil development in the Chukchi Sea.