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By Laura Herman “It is essential to show special care for indigenous communities and their cultural traditions. They are not merely one minority among others,… Continue reading
It’s why I oppose drilling in ANWR
We can have a higher standard for psychiatric patient care.
And you may ask yourself, ‘How did we get here?’
A positive attitude and willingness to help our neighbors will speed our recovery.
Juneau civic leaders may want to revisit an issue they addressed back in June of 2017.
We cannot wait another 25 years.
Alaskans should be proud that Sen. Lisa Murkowski was part of bipartisan effort.
“Toxic workplaces boil alive.”
When you read about or hear about climate change, what typically goes through your head?
information from Alaska is unavailable because because of “lax” laws.
By Rich Moniak Last week, the attorney general of Texas filed a lawsuit in the U.S. Supreme Court demanding Joe Biden’s victory in four states… Continue reading
We recognize the important ecological roles they play.
Governor shares thoughts, response information on recent disaster.
Judges calling balls and strikes are the last line of defense…
Even worse are the ramifications of this effort for the future of Alaska.
It is often easy to be distracted from the lessons we learn when disaster strikes.
By David W. Schade The battle to legalize industrial hemp in Alaska was won in the halls of Congress and the Alaska State Capitol in… Continue reading
Newly elected legislators should be open to learning from data once in office.