Update 6:36 p.m.: This post has been updated following Sen. David Wilson’s clarification on questions from today’s hearing. The Senate Health and Social Services Committee…
Of course, the biggest political news of the year is that the Congressman for All Alaska, the Dean of the House and co-founder of the House Cannabis Caucus U.S. Rep. Don Young returned to work this week after his coronavirus diagnosis to be one of the five House Republicans to vote in favor of the MORE Act, a measure that would decriminalize and tax marijuana on the federal level.
Unions have a name for the kind of willful neglect demonstrated by Governor Dunleavy and his top advisors: contributing to a hostile work environment.
Personal information of an estimated 113,000 Alaska voters was exposed in the run up to this year’s general election and may have been used to…
The call asks the EPA to reinstate a veto of the project and for Congress to establish lasting protections for the Bristol Bay fishery.
With both the money close to running dry and the deadline for the money to be spent by the end of the year approaching, state officials are pleading for another round of help.
It started as a joke. It is still a joke.
What’s been largely left untold amid our focus on the numbers is the story from the last line of defense in the pandemic.