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Hello? Cellphones banned on Senate floor
Sen. John Coghill said Tuesday evening he is considering a revision of a ban of cellphone usage on the Senate floor. Coghill is the Senate… Continue reading
Tensions rise in discombobulated Alaska House
Until a majority is formed, the House will be at a standstill.
Curbing the crime wave: Lawmakers say collaboration is key
Sexual assault is a common focus of proposed legislation.
Juneau’s new state senator gets committee assignments, including ‘colossal’ task
The new House members will get their assignments later.
Pre-filed bills tackle Alaska’s sexual assault problem
More than a third of Alaska women have experienced sexual assault.
Control of Alaska House unsettled ahead of session start
The big question.
‘Like the first day of school’: Juneau’s freshman lawmakers gear up for session
Story, Hannan, Kiehl weigh-in on legislative issues.
Free speech under attack? ACLU alleges political retaliation in Dunleavy firings
Three former state employees filed lawsuits today.
Counting down the top stories of 2018
From the statewide elections to a whale statue.
Dunleavy vows to crack down on crime, restore PFD
New governor, new cabinet.
Sexual violence, capital move and the PFD: Here’s four of the most important pre-filed bills
The 31st Legislative Session convenes next Tuesday.
LeBon tops Dodge by one vote after House race recount
LeBon picked up two votes during the recount.
Opinion: The Permanent Fund does not belong in the loan business
There’s no need for another state loan program.
Former Rep. Muñoz back in state government
Cathy Muñoz was in Legislature from 2008-2016.
Democrat who lost Alaska House race recount plans appeal
Kathryn Dodge said she disagreed with decisions the Division of Elections made on some ballots.
Walker laments how fiscal crisis dominated tenure
Mystery ballot could sway control of Alaska Legislature
It’s a sign that every vote does count.
Alaska House control fate remains unsettled with race tied
Democrat Kathryn Dodge and Republican Bart LeBon both have 2,661 votes, a tally that didn’t change after Friday’s review in Juneau.
Gov. Walker reflects on rocky tenure, his legacy
To some, Walker was a cool-headed leader who was dealt a bad hand and did what he thought was best for Alaska. For others, he was the guy who stole their dividend check.
Key Alaska House race tied, though ballot review continues
Republican Bart LeBon and Democrat Kathryn Dodge vie to succeed Rep. Scott Kawasaki in Fairbanks.