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I am so proud of the recent municipal election process here in Juneau. I was delighted to see new energy and interest in the election… Continue reading
Since its inception, the Alaska Policy Forum has been guided by a vision of continuously growing prosperity in Alaska. Our work is to support policy… Continue reading
Alaska deserves better. It’s time for a change.
It is with pleasure that I throw my full political support behind Beth Weldon as candidate for mayor. I am a lifelong Alaskan, 36-year Juneau… Continue reading
Juneau needs a change in direction with leaders who support child care and early childhood education, as well as someone with strategies to expand opportunities… Continue reading
Beth Weldon knows about the challenges of raising children in Juneau – from finding child care for her preschool age children, especially when she worked… Continue reading
I am having a difficult time deciding who to vote for among the candidates for mayor. These are some of the things they should be… Continue reading
In 1994 my wife and I made a decision to seek a path to U.S. citizenship through a unique opportunity with the U.S. Department of… Continue reading
I would like to share my enthusiastic support for Alyse Galvin for Congress. We definitely need a change in our representation in Washington, D.C. and… Continue reading
Salmon is life.
I was very surprised to receive a campaign brochure from Saralynn Tabachnick in which she measures her previous fiscal experience in terms of increasing the… Continue reading
September is Recovery Month.
Since Gov. Bill Walker unilaterally expanded Obamacare in Alaska, enrollment has skyrocketed and is providing needed health care coverage to vulnerable Alaskans and bringing additional… Continue reading
I am a lifelong Alaska resident, born and raised in Juneau. I’m very concerned about the current Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh. His remarks in… Continue reading
Most of us don’t bother to read the fine print. Sometimes, though, it is quite informative. For instance, in the Vote No on 1 ad… Continue reading
Alaska has been fighting colonization for generations.
Upon entering Wellspring Integrative Medical Center, there is no mistaking our support for Saralyn Tabachnick for mayor. As owner of Wellspring, I believe Tabachnick’s experience,… Continue reading
The people who are upset over the change in the Permanent Fund Dividend payout need to review the enabling legislation and history of the purpose… Continue reading