The proposal calls for abstinence-only education that omits any mention of sexual orientation, gender identity, contraceptives or “the intricacies of sexual intercourse.”
An overly in-depth break down of the first 10 of 50 legislative races.
The Legislature is officially a third of the way through the regular 90-day session, but in all likelihood there’s at least another 90 days left.
Making light of allegations that a legislator violently attacked a women didn’t go over well for Rep. Rauscher.
Gov. Bill Walker will get to select the appointment, but Republican Senators will have the final say through a confirmation vote.
Begich up for a big gig, write-in madness sweeps the Mat-Su, and GCI tries to make amends.
From the reports submitted so far, we have compiled some interesting tidbits of what they tell us about candidates, campaigns, and groups influencing the election.
Iâ€™ve talked to about a dozen politicos in the past two days; Valley legislators, lobbyists, political consultants, and pollsters. They all say some version of the same thing â€˜seems close, but who the hell knows.â€™
The 30-day filing period ended on July 15, but campaigns and groups have until July 18 (Monday) to file their reports. Most wait until the last minute to file, but some already have.
Here are a few things we can already glean from those early filers.
Nees takes on the GOP establishment, the race for speaker heats up, and Ted Stevens Day is here. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!