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Greed sometimes overtakes common sense and human decency.
Alaska Voices: Strategic efforts — not doubling down on the PFD — is the cure for Alaska’s coronavirus crisis
A PFD beyond the $1,000 pledged for fall would require spending the very last of our state savings.
The future may seem uncertain, but we will manage through this
“Hope for the best and prepare for the worst.”
As of the week ending March 21, the department processed 13,774 new claims.
It is essential to minimize uncertainty and prioritize stability.
The actions we take now can help sustain these enterprises over the next few weeks.
Whatever hardship Alaskans face, the business of the state must go on.
Cash payments put Americans in the driver’s seat because they are empowered to decide how to spend it
Most of us have never heard of anything like this, much less been asked to do it.
We understand what a challenging and unprecedented time this is for Alaskans. The COVID-19 virus has been an evolving pandemic, spreading worldwide and severely disrupting… Continue reading
The successes on the Kenai Peninsula are due to a handful of dedicated professionals.
We Alaskans, Americans and the rest of the world face uncharted waters in the months ahead.
The man at the top has not changed, nor have the grounds of our recall.
No Alaskan in need will be left behind.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, I see several futures, many of them extremely unpleasant.
With no vaccine available, we have to rely on two tools: containment and mitigation.
The recently established POMV formula lacks the controls advocated by Gov. Jay Hammond.
In just the past eight years, Hilcorp has invested more than $4 billion dollars in Alaska.
The inability to verify is a core concern the council has regarding the upcoming sale to Hilcorp.