Stedman comes to the defense of his “beloved marine highway.”
It’s all about having a conversation.
The report finds that no routes could be operated at even a break-even level by a private company. The nearest to profitable would still require a $370,000 subsidy.
Would she like to hear what Bolton has to say? Yes, but she’ll wait ’til later in the impeachment process to decide if it’s needed.
Legislators are concerned the regulations would lead to less safe work places. The Department of Labor says concerns about deaths are “rhetorical.”
It’s been a rough start of the year for newspapers.
The judge found all but one of the recall campaign’s claims against the governor meet the grounds for recall.
ANCHORAGE—It took several trips for the backers of an election reform initiative to bring the boxes containing 41,068 signatures into the Anchorage Division of Elections…
The idea comes as the Anchorage Assembly is considering instituting new taxes to fill the gap left by dwindling state assistance to communities.
Legislators are seeking to add gender identity and sexual orientation to the protected classes in Alaska’s hate crime laws.