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I wonder what are we learning about addressing the coronavirus that applies to the climate crisis?
In the midst of this unprecedented pandemic, I am finding a small amount of hope in the fact of spring. Here in Juneau, we’re hearing… Continue reading
Voices of lawyers, lobbyists and political fat cats often dominate political decision-making.
The COVID-19 pandemic has swiftly swept across the world, with cases and deaths rising rapidly in the United States. Governments are increasingly cracking down to… Continue reading
As the medical director of the only clinic in Anchorage that markets to LGBTQ Alaskans, it is my job to provide care and find resources… Continue reading
Dunleavy has handled the pandemic admirably, but the financial crisis is a different story.
High peaks, low infection rates.
The Assembly must make some hard choices.
“The governor and I are committed to the Marine Highway’s success.”
I am proud to be a part of a university system that serves our communities and our state.
Spring is always a busy time in Bristol Bay, but the coronavirus pandemic has brought meaning to the phrase “over scheduled.” Even as the daylight… Continue reading
It is a mistake to trade portions of the world’s last remaining pristine temperate rainforest.
When the pandemic ends, many of our neighbors will be expected to survive without employment,
There’s a bill in House of Representatives to do just that.
“It is a colossal and shameful waste of public funds.”
Arguing all Republicans are incapable of governing is like saying all Democrats are socialists.
We must demand that Trump automatically renew DACA permits for all whose permits are expiring.
Our reality has been turned upside down as COVID-19 restrictions have changed our everyday lives.
Let’s just wear masks as a gesture of solidarity and concern for all members of our community.
Alaska’s economy has been in a hole since oil prices collapsed in 2014. Now, with Alaska North Slope crude selling at about $25 per barrel,… Continue reading