Attorney John Gaguine reviews a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that was initially heard in California Federal District Court and then the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. It concerned whether an employer could refuse to hire a specific if it was determined that his employment would severely affect his health.Related Link: Chevrom U.S.A. INC. v. Ecahzabal
- The cost of a single icebreaker would exceed the Coast Guard's entire yearly allotment for ship-building.
- "While I don’t think you’ll board to Beyoncé on us in the future, there might be ... a little fresher brand coming from us,” an Alaska Airlines representative told the Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce.
- Anchorage is also at the silver level as a bicycle friendly community and Juneau is at the bronze level.
- “I don’t see why the state would want to forward fund a festival built around consumption of alcohol,” said Jeff Jessee, CEO of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority.