Planned Parenthood says the federal rule changes combined with Dunleavy’s Medicaid veto will hit low-income Alaskans particularly hard.
There’s been plenty to draw about this week.
The complete veto of state funding for public radio stations by Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy isn’t likely to force any stations immediately off the air,…
The satellite-based emergency relay network is still in place, but the vetoes will hit rural public radio stations that also play a strong role in keeping their communities informed and safe particularly hard.
The University of Alaska has escaped the worst-case scenario, but there are still major cuts in its future.
The governor pledges a third special session focused on the dividend.
The latest in a long-running effort to consolidate power.
If it was all about starting a conversation, Dunleavy isn’t much of a conversationalist.
The trio lend the effort much-needed legitimacy as it faces a tough uphill battle of collecting tens of thousands of signatures.
The move sets its sights on reducing and eliminating administrative costs while limiting cuts to academics and research as much as possible.