Murkowski said Congress cannot hand over its spending powers to the President.
Repealing the program that stations pollution monitors on cruise ships would show Alaska is open for business. The only problem is that cruise lines are already booming.
The now-former judge said the law was the problem, not his approval of the plea deal and suggested the group that opposed his retention was “seeking some measure of political relevance.”
There was record tun out to oppose the elimination of the marine highway.
The Senate had rejected the provision on the first pass, but supported it thanks to reworked language (and an unavoidable deadline).
Vance apologized for dismissing the students’ input, but said she wants “to be an advocate to help reduce the cost of education.”
Young says the bill to remove marijuana from the federal list of controlled substances has a good shot at passing in this Congress.
Welcome to the latest and sometimes greatest collection of Alaska political gossip and occasional rumors that’s released on Friday.
The current recession didn’t cause particularly significant outmigration or a particularly big impacts to the housing market. That could change if the recession continues, particularly if job losses are felt by residents.
A week before investigators uncovered an assault at the psychiatric hospital, a deputy commissioner was talking about the discovery in the past tense.