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If we’re lucky, bonds endure until it’s the children providing loving care for their aging parents.
“I write to thank the people of this great state for the opportunity to serve them.”
When government fails in its role to provide clear and stable signals, the economy suffers…
“For all intents and purposes, disabled psychiatric patients in Alaska are without a voice.”
Donald Trump’s presidency has gifted us with an extremely high dose of cultural and political distress. The deluge of derisive rhetoric, bigotry, racism, sexism, fake… Continue reading
Don’t blame Canada. Blame presidents and lawmakers.
Every Alaskan should have access to a safe, quality and affordable home.
Here’s how to add your voice to the conversation.
When doing the right thing is the hard thing.
It is showing us the dangers of poorly run utilities.
What can be done to address it?
This is the year to commit to the epic adventure you’ve had in mind.
The pandemic created economic hardship and uncertainty, but the university is positioned to help.
It’s time we make access to our sidewalks safe and usable for everyone, even in winter.
Please join this journey with me to rectify the inequalities we perpetuate, even accidentally.
Southeast Alaska now has an industry option that would generate jobs not impacted by the pandemic.
The gun industry pedals guns like the tobacco industry pedals nicotine.
“We can’t assume someone else is going to do the work of holding him accountable…”
Do not blame Canada for problems created by our own laws and regulations.