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For me, this anniversary provides a reflective opportunity to think about not only what happened in the past year, but how we can continue to move forward as a state.
“HB137 is good for seniors; it is good for Alaskans…”
The Biden administration needs to follow federal law and allow Alaska to honor its constitutional obligation by developing its resources.
Can we make the most of a bad situation?
While each of our universities has its own identity and specialty, our strength comes from our shared vision for the future of higher education in Alaska.
We rose up in a multitude of ways to show our compassion for each other.
Climate change should be thoroughly factored into mine planning and regulation.
Perhaps no group of Alaskans has been impacted more severely by the global economic collapse than our fishers and processors
There are examples at the state level.
Though peatlands cover only 3% of the Earth’s surface, they store twice the amount of carbon as all the world’s forests combined.
Please contact your senator urging passage of the For the People Act.
Some may question ASAA and our schools if conducting activities is a wise decision in the current environment.
Vaccination comes as a welcome opportunity to return to normalcy.
Good news and bad news coming out of the Northwest.
Let’s admit that without a healthy family, kids suffer – sometimes for life.
Here in Alaska, clean water and healthy habitat for our fish are truly our lifeblood.
When government fails in its role to provide clear and stable signals, the economy suffers…
“I write to thank the people of this great state for the opportunity to serve them.”
The effect of this rent relief is positive for more than those who live in these households.
“For all intents and purposes, disabled psychiatric patients in Alaska are without a voice.”