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There’s no need for another state loan program.
‘This is an investment ecology where slow moving fish get eaten.’
But not for political reasons.
The people who are upset over the change in the Permanent Fund Dividend payout need to review the enabling legislation and history of the purpose… Continue reading
When the president and the Senate majority are of same party, the Supreme Court selection process is mostly rigged. Sens. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, and Susan… Continue reading
The investment managers at the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation have once again beaten the market.
The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation will hire 10 new workers in Juneau, CEO Angela Rodell told the Juneau Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, earning a… Continue reading
The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation is making a change at the top. Two weeks after chief investment officer Russell Read announced his resignation, the state-owned… Continue reading
Gov. Bill Walker did the right thing for Alaska when he decided to reduce the Permanent Fund Dividend in 2016.
House and Senate negotiators agreed Wednesday on a proposal to put limits on the Legislature’s ability to spend from the Alaska Permanent Fund, but the… Continue reading
Correction: A quote about divisions within the House Majority, previously attributed to House Majority Leader Chris Tuck, should have been attributed to Speaker of the… Continue reading
The Alaska Legislature’s in-house legal chief has broken a logjam in the Senate Judiciary Committee, allowing proposed constitutional protections for the Permanent Fund Dividend to… Continue reading
A minor revolt in the Alaska Senate failed on Saturday to advance constitutional protections for the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend. Sen. John Coghill, R-North Pole… Continue reading
Here’s a simple guide to what’s happening in the Legislature, where things stand, and why. Q: What will the Permanent Fund Dividend be this year?… Continue reading
With a rapid series of procedural moves Friday morning, the Alaska House of Representatives cut a proposed $2,700 Permanent Fund Dividend to $1,600 in an… Continue reading
Correction: The first version of this article incorrectly stated that one of the four pillars of the coalition Alaska House Majority’s plan to balance the… Continue reading
The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation’s board of trustees issued advice and a warning to the Alaska Legislature on Thursday, marking only the sixth time in… Continue reading
A proposal to enshrine the Permanent Fund Dividend in the Alaska Constitution met scorching opposition in public testimony Monday and Tuesday as Alaskans picked apart… Continue reading
The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation took a $1.5 billion hit when American stock markets plunged last week, but fund managers said Wednesday that results of… Continue reading
The Nenana Ice Classic bills itself as Alaska’s favorite guessing game. This year, that honor will go to the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend. The state… Continue reading