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Last week, by unanimous consent, the U.S. Senate passed the “Sunshine Protection Act.”
I cannot predict what will be the final outcome of this war.
By Laurie Craig The quiet of the pandemic has given Juneau residents the chance to reclaim our love of Mendenhall Glacier. Many families have strolled… Continue reading
Don’t wait till Ag Day to take notice.
By the Sham Jam Steering Committee There has been plenty of ink spilled, social media posts written, and stories shared about the late Johnny Ellis… Continue reading
We must better understand what is needed and reimagine a more flexible program.
Things get messy when we get to the bill’s definition of renewable energy.
This is a chance for America to stand up for some of what we claim to represent in the world.
We’re bound together by the history that gave birth to the freedoms that allow us to be different.
Innovation, not stagnation, is the key.
By Ken Post There’s a lot to chew on in the Forest Service’s draft environmental impact statement that allows even more commercial visitors at the… Continue reading
Let’s hope a majority of legislators keep their hands down when the bidding opens.
Both employers and workers deserve reforms to the unemployment system.
Next event is March 23.
War in Ukraine intensifies the urgent need to end the era of global conflict over fossil fuels…
I’ve got two problems with the energy check proposal.
What is the risk of exempting Turo from taxation?
The war in Ukraine is a grim reminder of how dependent we’ve become on fossil fuels.
Once the herring are gone, they’re gone.
She is willing to act in the interest of the country rather than marching lockstep with her party.