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The 49th State is on track to have a 420 first.
A federal version of (the much-maligned) Senate Bill 91 wouldn’t be good for Alaska, Sullivan argued.
Ever since recreational marijuana became legal in Alaska, the industry’s supporters have pushed for regulations that would allow people to use marijuana in specially designated…
Shuckerow brings some much-needed communications know-how to the Dunleavy administration.
The Republican tax bill, which Murkowski supported, laid the groundwork for the latest legal challenge.
There’s few changes from Gov. Bill Walker’s budget beyond increasing the PFD and revising the oil revenue forecast, but a promise for big cuts in the future.
Time for another edition of Friday in the Sun, the sometimes latest, sometimes greatest collection of wild baseless rumors, gossip and speculation from the Alaska…
The Legislature’s only independent legislator to survive the 2018 elections is the first to endorse the proposal to cross party lines.