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Local lawmakers will represent the Kenai Peninsula on at least five different state House committees
Micciche’s election as Senate president was held by voice vote, with no one dissenting.
Should he win, the Alaska Republican Party will be able to petition for a replacement candidate.
“If my sticker falls off, do I get a new one or do I get public shaming too?”
It’s time we went back to work to complete these tasks.
By fishermen, for fishermen.
Group says Army Corps study does not pass as credible science.
Professor says it will help preserve Alaska Native languages.
Five Democrats voted no on the rollback.
Someone in Alaska dies by suicide every 44 hours.
Alaska would be the only state in the country to not provide state assistance for medical education.
He compares his plan to three other options.
Budget for the study increased to a quarter million dollars.
Oil forecast goes from $63 to $69 per barrel.
“We don’t have to accept these cuts.”
After hearing hundreds of testimonies, lawmakers say keeping basic service a top priority.
‘We’re finding ourselves a little short on time and resources to try and move forward.’
Many did not get a chance to speak.
Congress accepting comments on environmental impacts on ANWR through Wednesday.
Here’s how to make your voice heard.