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A commission tasked with reviewing legislative pay on Tuesday voted to raise the annual salary for Alaska lawmakers but to restrict the daily allowance lawmakers… Continue reading
A brief order affirmed a lower court ruling from last year.
A growing industry.
Many bills, not much time.
Donation centers contend with COVID, weather and other disruptions as they work to stock hospitals.
This comes after the board bumped back its Southeast and Yakutat shellfish meeting
A tense start to session.
The model is unique among states.
It applies to Southeast from the BC border to Cape Fairweather.
Session starts Tuesday.
Denali National Park and Preserve
State has 60 days to reply.
The ombudsman found the five allegations made by inmates justified, and only partially rectified.
Dunleavy denied any involvement in Angela Rodell’s removal last month
Another policy reversal.
Department of Law is working to fill district attorney vacancy.
Familiar issues to dominate session.
Micciche seeks path forward on budget, looks to pass legislation on fishing permits, alcohol regulations
Net migration still negative, but not as negative.
BETHEL — A school that is in danger of being lost to erosion because of climate change is at the top of the state’s list… Continue reading