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Gov. Mike Dunleavy and House majority leaders sharply disagreed on the adequacy of the budget passed by lawmakers.
In Alaska, providers are looking at their own improvments to access.
More than 100 aircraft from three countries will be involved.
Gillham did not indicate the office he plans to run for.
Another special session could be coming.
Capitol reopened, and lawmakers prepare for take off.
The decision is a blow to Democratic President Joe Biden’s efforts to rapidly transition the nation away from fossil fuels
Legislative leadership met for most of the day Tuesday.
The proposal allocates an Alaska Permanent Fund dividend payment of $1,100 but splits the funding sources for the payment.
Many of the residential schools in Alaska ran until the late 20th century.
Conservationists cheered the announcement as a positive step.
Congressman shares thoughts on infrastructure, the Arctic and reelection.
Zink said just six months ago she didn’t think the state would have as much vaccine stock as it does now.
As of April 30, approximately 101 million people in the U.S. were considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
New consortium and marketing campaign aims to retain and recruit teachers
Terms of the deal would bar the execution of any right-of-way agreements with the mine project.
“Every time we come up with a thing to move this along, it’s not enough for some people …”
Two weeks left in special session.
Even if it’s a short season, it’ll set them up for success in 2022, companies say.
Alaska estimates that cruising contributes $3 billion a year to the state economy.