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Gov. Dunleavy’s victory doesn’t reflect the true “public will” on the budget.
Spending more money is not improving education for our children.
Bipartisan lands bill is the result of good process and extensive negotiations.
We can’t run away from the problem with taxes.
We have allowed our budget to grow far beyond our means in this declining oil era.
One thing is certain: if we do nothing we will lose, and lose big.
If you chill out as they want, your needs will be funded last.
Governor’s budget is creating a hazardous fiscal reef.
We must remain competitive, or we’ll slip even further behind.
A justified response by politicians.
It’s an utter travesty and heartless to the needs of our most vulnerable.
The agreement makes clear all past sins, if any, are forgiven.
The ability to read is the foundation of a child’s educational success.
The state is not going to “rubber stamp” permits for Pebble.
Alaska is on the verge of its greatest resource production renaissance.
Defunding them threatens the prosperity, health of our coastal communities and villages.
The state needs to develop its abundant natural resources.
Alaska can and must do better by its children.
Longterm solution necessary to save AMHS.
It’s a problem we can solve with smart and proactive policy choices.