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For the good of Alaska and the future of the state, please vote no on Proposition 1.
There’s only one choice for this Marine and others who treasure our democracy.
September is national recovery month
Moving forward, we will continue to strive for improvements that benefit all Alaskans.
I am betting the oil industry can afford to pay a greater share.
If fishermen can’t flush a head in Cook Inlet, why should Hilcorp be allowed to dump toxic waste?
Dan consistently pushes back against federal overreach and protects our access to federal lands.
Next year we are projected to receive only half the revenue we need to cover projected spending.
I believe we all want our voices heard.
To answer the big questions, yes, we do expect to play a season in 2020-21.
In times like this though, we must, as always, rely on the numbers to guide us.
From the beginning, it was obvious this would not be an easy road.
The pandemic has disrupted life for many, and Alaska State Parks is no exception.
Ballot Measure 2 would toss aside our “one Alaskan, one vote” system for ranked-choice voting
The fact is oil has paid for 85-90% of our budget for the past 40 years.
Frankly, I’m more worried about this election than any other in my life.
There have been some questions and misinformation about the contract for PPP Phase 2.
Being a small business owner can often feel lonely, carrying the weight of the world
Reject violent protest as we head into fall elections
It won’t be easy, but nothing valuable ever is.