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There may be more federal funding, but what our local businesses now need most is customers.
The league did not make the decision to support Ballot Measure 2 lightly
It’s not the first time an oil tax hike has been considered, but it is the worst time.
It is ambiguous and almost certainly will lead to instability and litigation in the oil industry.
Paying out $7 in tax credits for every dollar we gain in revenue is madness…
By Merrick Peirce The $20 million propaganda campaign underway argues that Alaskans are better off, somehow, getting less for our oil, and also paying billions… Continue reading
Timber jobs have dried up, but the forest, animal populations, and salmon streams haven’t recovered.
“It’s time to question Juneau’s educational priorities.”
Regardless of political leanings, consider the science in November.
“Senator Sullivan has an outstanding record of military and national security service.”
Thankfully, Dan Sullivan understands the importance of the industry.
The minerals industry, too, has been drawn to our state for its abundant resources…
“Into the Wild” tourists and Rose Garden attendees have commonalities.
This year voters in Southeast have it easyonly two judicial officers are on the retention ballot.
I join the president in conveying my deepest appreciation to all those who fight wildland fires.
This is a law creating transparency.
The war we must fight now is COVID-19.
We are at another moment of grave threat from an erratic, delusional, self-destructive megalomaniac
The stakes have never been so important.