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Aug. 21 is the primary election and Alaskans, particularly Independents and Republics, have a hard choice in front of them. Mark Begich will win the… Continue reading
Alaska’s environment The Stand for Salmon movement promises “vital infrastructure will still move forward” if the initiative passes. In reality, it would bring a standstill… Continue reading
On July 31, the Juneau Empire posted an opinion piece by Dan Carothers criticizing Alaska’s justice reforms. First off, I want to thank Mr. Carothers… Continue reading
Whenever there has been a crisis in Juneau, the community has generously stepped in to help, especially when it involves children. The current lack of… Continue reading
“Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” That old adage has been quoted by everyone from war generals to philosophy… Continue reading
Since the threat of Pebble mine would risk my basic life necessities — food through subsistence harvesting with my family, and the way I get… Continue reading
Alaska’s population fell by about 2,700 people in 2017. It’s not nearly as noticeable as the post-pipeline-construction crash in 1977 or the 1980s recession, but… Continue reading
Observers of history and current events like to say nothing is more powerful that an idea that’s time has come.
Every Alaskan deserves access to a free and open internet. Gov. Bill Walker and the administration passionately agree with this commonly held belief and have… Continue reading
Like the breakup of a marriage, there are two sides to this story.
I remember the first day I dropped off my daughter Jaime at day care, in the home of a work colleague on the Navajo reservation.… Continue reading
We must remain committed to the bipartisan, bicameral tradition of fisheries management and my legislation accomplishes just that.