A bill proposes to set up a formal process for making designations for pristine waterways, but opponents say the proposal is overly political and effectively impossible.
The Senate also passed a bill that would free up Alaska Native corporations from liability for contaminated lands conveyed to them by the feds.
The Senate also seems to be backing away from a major voter record law change.
The state in September 2017 disclosed it was unsuccessfully targeted by Russia-linked hackers, but a new report says the U.S. intelligence community believed in January 2017 that Alaska had been “compromised.”
New details emerge on Russian hacker’s efforts to break into Alaska’s voting system.
Here is a quick and dirty rundown of what happened at ballot boxes around the state last night.