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Will taxes might cause companies to leave?
The financial picture still isn’t rosy.
Dunleavy says remainder of PFD will be sole focus for next special session.
Alaska has been America’s canary in the coal mine for climate warming, and the yellow bird is swooning.
Conservationist Dominick DellaSala asks can the Tongass save Alaska?
Alaska’s governor has several options available to him.
Breakfast and lunch may be heading for the chopping block.
It lost 11% of its state funding.
Alaska’s senior senator talks about ending ‘surprise’ medical billing.
Sullivan stops by the Empire to talk bills.
Violations were discovered in 2015.
Reps. Hannan and Story and Sen. Kiehl talk budget with Juneauites
Live updates at Centennial Hall
Sweep is reversed and capital budget is passed but $34 million is vetoed
Gov. Mike Dunleavy is signing SB 2002 which contains funds for the capital budget.
Campaign website claims 10K signatures gathered.
Final bill to go to governor.
Both sides are pleased with contract.
The POWER Act gives free legal aid to victims of domestic violence.
Alaska’s senators host stakeholder meeting in Juneau on transboundary mining.