After years of frustration with the cumbersome checkbook and general secrecy of the Dunleavy administration, legislation establishing a permanent database has already garnered support of both Democrats and Republicans.
Articles by Matt Buxton
Eagle River Republican Sen. Lora Reinbold today commandeered the Senate Health and Social Services Committee to blast the Dunleavy administration on its handling of the…
We have waited long enough for real leadership. With the virus’ spread across Alaska, the country, and throughout the world, we cannot wait any longer. Xavier Becerra is the right person at the right time and he deserves the support of ALL senators. To delay his appointment is to prolong our suffering, and put millions of Americans’ lives in jeopardy.
“Until we see concepts at this table that are reasonably attainable it would be, in my opinion, foolish to go down that road assuming they’re going to materialize.”
‘This should all make us very mad.
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Reinbold has spent much of the last year using Facebook to spread doubt and disinformation about the coronavirus, health measures and the vaccine, but she has reserved most of her ire for Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s “tyrannical” (largely toothless to the rest of us) public health order. With a new pulpit courtesy of GOP Senate Majority, Reinbold was ready to hit the ground running to make her case.
The 75-year-old car dealership owner will take the place of Regent Gloria O’Neill for an eight-year term that concludes in 2029. O’Neill, who is the President and CEO of Cook Inlet Tribal Council and lives in Anchorage, was appointed to the position in 2013 by former Gov. Sean Parnell.
Things get dark on the Anchorage Assembly as the Nazi-license-plate saga continues. Oh, and the House is still not organized.
Anchorage Assemblyman and mayoral candidate Forrest Dunbar joined the chorus of voices denouncing a pair of anti-Semitic license plates reading 3REICH and FUHRER that fellow Assemblywoman Jamie Allard defended as harmless foreign language.