Just days after signing a bill that the courts said would provide certainty for the state’s scholarship program, the Dunleavy administration is asking the fund be left in limbo.
Sadly, Alaska’s schools are performing at or near the bottom of the nation in standardized math and reading tests. But accountability is not the issue. Alaska’s schools once rated much higher, and the fall in performance scores has followed the fall in funding and the elimination of teacher pensions.
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“I believe my stepping down at this time is in the best interest of Alaskans and a demonstration of my support for all women, regardless of political affiliation,” she said.
Dunleavy refused to withdraw his support for Pierce, arguing that the former mayor whose conduct has already resulted nearly a quarter-million dollars in settlements is due the benefit of the doubt.
Campaigns keen on maximizing their time and money keep track of who’s voted and who hasn’t with regularly updated lists by the Division of Elections. Don’t want to spend resources getting someone to vote who has already voted, after all.
Convention attendees embraced the two women, one a Democrat and one a Republican, both seen as champions of Native causes.
Attorneys for the ASA and RGA argued that the two should be considered legally distinct in the eyes of APOC even though the IRS would see them as the same group.
“We’re looking for transparency here,” Blodgett replied before Moses said they did, in fact, share the same address.
Turns out the real campaign finance complaints are found in the documents you uncover along the way