Gov. Bill Walker today announced the appointment of Fate Putman, a lobbyist who primarily represents the state employees union, to the commission that oversees commercial…
The “Sexual and Other Workplace Harassment Policy Subcommittee” was formed by the Legislative Council last week after sexual harassment allegations involving a state senator dating back to June surfaced this month.
As of Monday morning Alaska has enacted tougher penalties on many so-called lower-level crimes.
The bill becomes law under a cloud of legal uncertainty.
It turns out that it’s not that easy to paint Murkowski into a corner.
New details emerge on Russian hacker’s efforts to break into Alaska’s voting system.
The Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office is seeking to shut down yoga classes and yodeling competitions at distilleries and breweries.
The move is in protest of the Senate’s abrupt adjournment on Friday, where it passed Senate Bill 54 with a glaring constitutional problem and adjourned.
Gov. Bill Walker will sign Senate Bill 54 he said in a newsletter this morning, despite concerns that it a constitutional problem could tie up…
The Senate refused to fix a last-minute amendment that could leave a key provision at risk of being overturned.