And he’s also blaming the hospitals for being overworked.
Ask not what Alaska’s hospitals can do to meet the covid-19 surge, ask what we can do to reduce the covid-19 surge that’s straining Alaska’s hospitals.
More incomplete and misleading reporting.
David Morgan has already stepped in it over covid, but it’s his time at a non-profit that’s raising some serious questions.
election and the May 11, 2021 runoff elections,” concludes the report.
There are at least another 6,000 ballots in the city’s hands that have yet to be tallied, a number that we can expect to grow over the coming days. The city provides updated counts typically late in the afternoons.
The whole pledge to “cut everything but police” isn’t going over well with everything but the police.
Guys, it was over last summer!
Stacey Stone, the attorney representing the Bronson campaign, conceded that there were some “small mistakes” in the reporting but objected to the allegations that the campaign was intentionally skirting disclosure laws.
The central complaint alleges that the Bronson campaign illegally benefitted from polling conducted by the Recall Felix Rivera campaign.