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I was able to add many provisions to our bipartisan bill that are targeted to help Alaska.
Based on the threat to public and environmental health, ADEC should revoke the permit and reject the proposed operations plan.
Like it or not, we are all in this together.
The tribal anger emanating from the opposite poles won’t produce good governance
UAA, with campuses in Anchorage, Mat-Su, Kenai, Homer, Kodiak and Valdez, is a valuable asset to our state.
The question still to be answered: “Will mental health care improve?”
To that end, we invite Biden administration decision-makers to visit our Alaska fishing communities.
“The acuity and number of patients now exceeds our resources and our ability to staff beds …”
By Bill Walker and Heidi Drygas Leadership means taking strong positions in Alaskans’ best interests, even in tough times. Alaska certainly is in tough times… Continue reading
lLt’s run through why some people are opposed to getting vaccinated…
Better to use all the puzzle pieces to build a more durable bridge.
History has shown that up to 25 percent of businesses that close because of disaster never reopen.
A question frequently asked: Can’t the governor just issue a new disaster declaration?
We need a real PFD you can bank on with revenue to pay for it, not endless fights and false promises.
Followers are anything but leaders.
The return to normal is not in sight at this moment.
For the People Act addresses voting rights, fair elections and campaign processes.
The anti-vaccine sign holders are not advocating for conditions that meet the collective needs of our community.
Governor’s words and actions are at odds.
Remember, every vote counts and every voice matters!