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Not long after the departure of Sen. Mark Begich, Alaska Democrats have taken a distinctly different stance on what Keystone XL means for the state and the country. . .
The battle over how the State of Alaska should regulate marijuana quietly began Friday when the Senate Judiciary Committee introduced a bill that attempts to answer some of the many questions the state faces following voter-approved legalization in November.
Gov. Bill Walker on Thursday announced the hiring of Patricia Collins, a former Superior Court judge, as a special investigator tasked with looking into allegations of misconduct in the Alaska National Guard. Here’s what she’ll be required to do for the state. . .
Sen. Dan Sullivan’s first amendment as Alaska’s junior member of the U.S. Senate aims to disarm the Environmental Protection Agency, following a 2013 armed raid by the agency of placer miners in the small Interior community of Chicken.
Gov. Bill Walker faced media Thursday morning, fielding questions on everything from why his State of the State contained scant policy specifics, what his plan will be for education funding and his overall budget, and why he is keeping alive the Point Thomson lawsuit.
How did Gov. Bill Walker hold up in his first State of the State? And who’s really right on what Keystone XL means for Alaska oil?
Here’s what we learned during Gov. Bill Walker’s first address to the Alaska Legislature. . .
Today, President Barack Obama issued an Executive Order to help coordinate Arctic-related activities across the Federal Government.
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