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To fund a $3,000 dividend into the future, similar sized cuts will be necessary again next year.
What happens if the veto is not overturned?
The Legislature is failing in its job … again.
Dunleavy has called expedient what is really cruel.
Of the three branches, the true superior one is the legislative
The tragedy is the long-term community good losing the battle to short-term individual interests.
Thousands of students could be affected by a governor veto.
My home is located across the street from a 19-acre gravel pit in Nikiski.
The existing borough code to grant permits for gravel pits is woefully inadequate.
Government does not have the capacity to lower health care costs the way the private sector does
71% of adults who identify themselves as having a disability spent $17.3 billion annually on travel
A beluga needs to consume about five sockeye per day to achieve this 44 pounds of fat.
“What would it take for the you to support the impeachment of this president?”
I have 40 years of experience with law enforcement in Alaska.
Crooked Creek chinook enhancement has been a success in Cohoe/Kasilof
Overdrawing the permanent fund places the individual benefit ahead of the common good.
I am a Homer-area resident and want to share my perspective on the benefits of salmon hatcheries
Alaska needs to work for a sustainable budget and not a quick fix
What he calls “honest budgeting,” is largely based on the simple concept of spending within our means.
It’s on the Legislature to act, not the governor.