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Governor calls budget a ‘starting point’ for discussions.
Proposed tuition increases for fiscal year 2021 and 2022 are on the table.
Are you ready to redistrict?
Galvin won the Democratic primary in 2018 before losing to Don Young in the general election.
There’s a new initiative, a new task force, and a new bill.
Dunleavy is pushing back.
State agrees to refund fines.
Eyes are on higher courts.
Alaska prisoners in Alaska.
Department of Law has until Monday to appeal.
Cooper filed her letter of intent to run for the seat now held by Rep. Sarah Vance, R-Homer.
Will elders age in place?
Alaska has some of the fewest Dreamers.
Option is still on the table.
Volunteers have gathered close to 600 signatures of the 692 needed.
Half the money goes to the state.
‘The status quo stays in place’: State’s attempt to change union dues collection is stalled in court
The fight goes on.
A report released Monday highlights problems and solutions.
Department says application is ‘both factually and legally insufficient.’
While HIV and STD rates are different, they’re not totally unrelated.