Hillary Clinton vehemently opposed the State Departmentâ€™s 2010 decision to use â€œparent one and twoâ€ instead of â€œmother and fatherâ€ on U.S. passport applications, according to a newly released email from her time in office.
A little over a month earlier Bannock asked the Governor on his show if he would be pursuing a reserves tax as part of his cal for special session this fall. At that time the Governor said he wouldn’t. Listen to the audio to hear the Governor’s explanation for why he changed his mind.
Last night the Anchorage Assembly passed the LGBT rights ordinance, AO-96, by an overwhelming 9-2 margin with Eagle River assembly members Amy Demboski and Bill Starr voting â€œno.â€ Here are 4 things you need to know going forward.
Here is John Weddleton’s Campaign Announcement
In her announcement Natasha Von Imhof says: I am excited to announce my candidacy for Alaska State Senate District L. I have been considering this…
The Anchorage Assembly will take up AO-96, the LGBT rights ordinance, at their meeting tonight. The meeting starts at 5 PM, however, those attending meetings…
Here is a list of statements made by elected leaders and those in the industry about Shell’s decision to pull out of their off shore oil development in the Chukchi Sea.
Someone should ask how the Mayor plans to proceed after the lawâ€™s passage. The scope and depth of his plans should be part of the public record so reasonable people can decide for themselves if they support it.
People In The Sun Lance Of Arabia Is Turkey in Arabia? Doesn’t matter, all furan places are fungible. So word is Eastside House Rep. Lance…
In response to an ADN article detailing problems in Sen. Lesil McGuireâ€™s office related to the authorization of spending $6500 on staff travel to the National Council of State Legislatures (NCSL) in Seattle, McGuire this morning attacked fellow legislators for their spending habits at that same conference.