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The state of Alaska finalized an agreement to turn over child welfare to tribes and published a legal opinion with far-ranging implications.
The state says a lower court judge got it wrong when he overturned Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott’s decision to invalidate the measure.
Officials at the company have become increasingly alarmed by violations of safety practices that they pulled most North Slope workers off to go through safety training.
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Walker remains a key part of a bipartisan coalition of governors who’ve become an influential voice on health care.
While some legislators are pushing for a full rollback of criminal justice reforms, the police patrolling Alaska’s biggest city see solutions elsewhere.
As the window is fast closing on the Senate’s ability to repeal the anti-arbitration rule, pressure is mounting even in the federal government.
Columnist Amber Lee explains why she feels what she feels about guns, one of the most divisive issues in modern politics.
Rates across the board for individual plans were expected to go down by an average of 26.5 percent if the payments were kept, according to Alaska’s insurance director.