They say it like it’s a bad thing.
AG Clarkson’s memo is “inaccurate legal advice” that “sows confusion” and “puts State of Alaska employees in legal jeopardy,” wrote Anchorage Municipal Attorney Kate Vogel.
The daily press alerts fill in the details behind the day’s COVID-19 case count but the state says cutting them to three per week “will be more sustainable over the long term as the pandemic continues.”
Hitting herd immunity would require more than a half-million Alaskans being exposed to COVID-19.
They’re hoping to avoid another hunker down.
It’s better than nothing.
Alaska public health officials duck and dodge on question of mask mandate.
There’s been nothing fast or simple about the state’s small business relief program.
A two-week effort by a team of signature gatherers netted just 149 of the 3,212 signatures needed for the party’s presidential ticket to appear on the general election ballot.
The folks who wrote the checks felt like Johnsen had done a pretty alright job.