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By Verner Wilson III and Varsha Mathrani Earlier this year, the United States Senate passed the Alaska Tourism Recovery Act, sponsored by Sens. Lisa Murkowski… Continue reading
Electrification will be a win-win-win for the community, the environment and the cruise industry.
We’ve just been forced to deal with stark disagreements on a daily basis like never before.
Patient rights must be added to state bills.
Constitutions are about broad policy objectives and legal boundaries –not about the day-to-day
Why are we doing it?
By Albert Shaw This time of year people want to blame Columbus for everything that took place in what became North and South America and… Continue reading
That’s according to a ruling by Senior U.S. District Judge John Sedwick.
By Win Gruening A curious thing happened leading up to the recent Juneau vote-by-mail municipal election. City Clerk Beth McEwen reported that many people who… Continue reading
Alaska depends on aviation more than any other state…
The entire $25 million should be provided to Alaska Marine Highway System.
By Alexander B. Dolitsky I was a presenter at the Juneau–Gastineau Rotary Club in January 2020, speaking on “Several sanctioned avenues for immigration to the… Continue reading
Anything else is unAmerican.
I remember the good old days of two years ago and before.
The governor believes the dividend drives the entire calculation. Sadly, he has it backwards
For the second year in a row, voting was an anti-climactic, diminished experience.
The integrity of our vote cannot be jeopardized in pursuit of participation.
We are at a moment in the nation – and in Alaska.