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Cash flow: $1B in fed funds for freer fish
Grants to replace culverts impeding streams available to tribal, local and state governments
Poll: Peltola’s a popular pol
Food for vets bill passes House, pollster says she is “the most popular figure in Alaska right now.”
90K Alaska households are eligible for internet assistance —only 10K are taking advantage
White House touts a recently launched “one-stop” website to make signing up easier.
Anchorage preps for Trump visit
Arena for rally mostly tranquil 24 hours before speakers take stage
Spirit of America: Mother and son arrive as Juneau’s first Ukrianian refugees after four-month journey
“It’s just so beautiful.”
Alaskans react to Supreme Court overturn of Roe v. Wade
The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion.
What does the leaked Supreme Court draft mean for Alaska?
Abortion access would remain, but elections and appointments would be heated
Murkowski announces support for confirmation of Jackson to Supreme Court
She joins two other high-profile Republican senators who said they would support Jackson
USDA announces $9M investment in 25 Southeast programs
Grants are meant to diversify local economies
Filing opens for election to fill US House seat
Filing deadline is April 1.
Alaskans laud Violence Against Women Act reauthorization
Reauthorization will create pilot program for Alaskan tribal courts
Alaska lawmakers applaud ban on Russian seafood
Alcohol, seafood and diamonds.
Delegation urges energy production following State of the Union
Alaska’s lawmakers say energy is unused weapon
Congressional delegation condemns NPR-A development reversal
Another policy reversal.