The collaboration will be on a yet-to-be-announced topic.
The state’s right to argue that House District 1 race will impact the landscape of the House, but it’s not entirely convincing that a week isn’t enough time for the legislators to organize.
The ordinance was brought forward by Kathy Ottersten, one of Alaska’s first openly transgender women to serve in public office.
Knopp’s not joining the Democrats, but instead pursuing a truly bipartisan coalition.
The traditional meeting comes at a time the president’s interests might be at odds with Alaska’s interests.
The one where we talk with a bunch of state employees who now have a lot more time on their hands.
It won’t be the commissioners—who, while their qualifications vary wildly, at least can call Alaska home—calling the shots.
The precise scope of the legal challenge is not immediately clear, but the Dodge legal team has already outlined at least two ballots they believe should be counted.
Clarkson’s been on the losing end of many high-profile lawsuits.
Wielechowski’s caused Senate Republicans plenty of headaches in recent years.