“He’s gonna try to ride out the election and remain quiet,” the execs said of U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan.
The court upheld a lower court’s ruling that Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer, a former oil company employee, had biased the summary of the oil tax initiative.
“The project, as proposed, would likely result in significant degradation of the environment and would likely result in significant adverse effects.”
Aviation reporter Colleen Mondor dug into the past of the team behind “New Ravn.” What she found is worrying.
“As President, I will do what President Trump has failed to do: listen to the scientists and experts to protect Bristol Bay — and all it offers to Alaska, our country, and the world.”
“The headwaters of Bristol Bay and the surrounding fishery are too unique and fragile to take any chances with.”
Alaska’s U.S. Rep. Don Young compared the amendment to rat turds.
The campaign filings for the groups supporting and opposing the Ballot Measure 1 oil tax initiative tells a story that we’re all familiar with: The industry-backed anti-tax group has a tremendous cash advantage with nearly fifteen times the money raised by the pro-tax group.
The judge says an order on the whether to put a halt to the expanded portion of the state-run COVID-19 business relief program will be out by tomorrow.
The court says Meyer, a former oil company employee, prepared an improperly skewed summary of an initiative to raise taxes on oil companies.