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The House is a week away from a dubious record.
It’s the country’s leading opioid producer.
Tourism is the main bright spot for Southeast.
The money was already approved.
He also admitted to making inaccurate statements in a confirmation hearing.
Most everyone agreed on Dunleavy’s take on public safety.
“This was a wakeup call for a lot of us.”
Until a majority is formed, the House will be at a standstill.
There have been almost 10 times more unemployment filings from federal workers in Alaska than normal since the federal shutdown began. The Alaska Department of… Continue reading
The exodus continues.
Sen. John Coghill said Tuesday evening he is considering a revision of a ban of cellphone usage on the Senate floor. Coghill is the Senate… Continue reading
Security concerns prompted closure last week.
On Monday, Rep. Matt Claman, D-Anchorage, filed House Bill 21, which aims to provide greater access to reproductive health care and prescription contraceptives for women… Continue reading
Residents will need to get a new one by October 2020.
Monday, Sen. Peter Micciche (R-Soldotna) filed SB 12 in an effort to eliminate “Schneider Loopholes” in state criminal code, a press release said. The early… Continue reading
The result of the House District 1 race in Fairbanks was challenged.
The effects of climate change could be costly.
Starting Jan. 1, 2019, Alaska’s minimum wage will be raised by 5 cents, from $9.84 to $9.89. The 5 cent raise is to adjust the… Continue reading
JUNEAU — Mike Dunleavy is heading into his first legislative session as Alaska’s governor, faced with trying to implement campaign promises involving politically thorny issues.… Continue reading
A decision in a long-fought court case between the cruise industry and Juneau could have local ramifications for Seward, Homer and other cruise ports in… Continue reading