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Nearly 70 percent of the school’s students will be impacted.
One bill is meant to be a “conversation starter.”
Only one amendment passed Tuesday.
ANCHORAGE (AP) — The executive director of the state human rights commission says she will resign, after being suspended for posting on social media about… Continue reading
Gov. Mike Dunleavy sits down with Peninsula Clarion reporters
By fishermen, for fishermen.
The second part in the Clarion’s sit-down with the governor
Group says Army Corps study does not pass as credible science.
Dunleavy talks public safety
“We are now to the bone … More cuts will cut to the marrow and we’re going to start losing limbs”
Gov. Mike Dunleavy launched his statewide roadshow on Monday with a presentation and panel discussion at the Cannery Lodge in Kenai. Dunleavy and several members… Continue reading
He compares his plan to three other options.
Alaska would be the only state in the country to not provide state assistance for medical education.
Last week, Sen. Mia Costello, R-Anchorage, introduced a constitutional amendment guaranteeing early funding for state K-12 public education. Several state entities and peninsula educators testified… Continue reading
With the Alaska Legislature now in session more than 45 days, the big issue remains the Procrustean budget proposed by Gov. Mike Dunleavy. On a… Continue reading
Read our full conversation with U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan.
Oil forecast goes from $63 to $69 per barrel.
Effort is part of broader cost-saving measure by Dunleavy administration.
After hearing hundreds of testimonies, lawmakers say keeping basic service a top priority.
Money left on the table.