Dunleavy’s budget proposes deep cuts while protecting the industry. There’s a better way.
Articles by TJ Presley, Contributing writer
A plain-English update on the state of Alaska’s resource development.
The move would punch more multi-million dollar holes in budgets along the TAPS route, but the biggest impacts would be felt by the North Slope Borough and Valdez.
Alaska’s truly unique when it comes to its constitutional ownership of natural resources and it’s created a critical floor for the state’s finances.
This year legislators are facing competing, often incompatible interests. Will they take the easy way out again?
By contributing writer TJ Presley In keeping with his campaign style, Mike Dunleavy’s first State of the State speech was, let’s say, light on the…
Let’s set aside the juicy rumors swirling around the House “Majority” and the Sharon Jackson fiasco to focus in on some substantive policy issues that are coming into focus.