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I hope the Legislature recognizes the value that locally educated physicians add to our health care system.
“This cannot be happening to me.”
Bristol Bay’s fish, wildlife and economic prosperity are at stake.
Current criminal laws tie our hands, state prosecutors say.
Politicians are in pursuit of a mythical creature called efficiency.
You can have your cake and eat it too — you just have to pay for the cake.
Alaska government ‘investments’ versus ‘expenditures.’
We must keep UA from permanent harm due to lack of funding.
Our democracy cannot properly function on distrust.
Congress can find a bipartisan way to formerly condemn Trump.
America is helping to make the humanitarian crisis worse.
A red flag law could address Alaska’s epidemic of gun violence.
Stop the looting.
Our leadership doesn’t have the luxury of making emotional decisions.
Using marijuana at a store is different than having a beer at the Red Dog.
Awareness is not enough.
Bill in Alaska Legislature ensures a level playing field.
Earth must be treated as a home for all, not a resource for rich, powerful nations.
They are the most important issue this legislative session.
Alaska stands to benefit as much as any other state.