Today on A Juneau Afternoon, an Intelligence Squared special: For democracy to work, some say, citizens (and corporations, and unions, and media outlets, and other voluntary organizations) must be allowed to spend as much money as they wish to express their views on the issues, candidates, and elections of the day. But others take the view that if everyone can spend as much money as they like to express their political views, then some voices will be amplified while others will be all but drowned out. The debaters are Floyd Abrams, Nadine Strossen, Burt Neuborne, and Zephyr Teachout. That’s Friday at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- Alaska Division of Homeland Security and the Juneau Local Emergency Planning Committee hosted the event featuring earthquake simulator located in downtown Juneau.
- Lindemuth said social clubs are like any other place of business where marijuana consumption is not allowed by law.
- Nine communities around the state broke daily high temperature records Tuesday, including Kenai at 71 degrees, Bethel at 72 degrees and Anchorage at 74.
- Want to learn Tlingit? Sealaska Heritage Institute recently released two apps for just that.