Legislation allowing a popular air-ambulance service’s membership program to continue serving Alaskans passed the state Senate today.
The bill that puts restrictions on Medicaid payments for abortions was advanced without any money for family planning services.
Employers in Alaska pay the highest workers compensation premiums in the country. And most of that cost goes toward medical claims.
Last weekend, in the middle of the night, 100 red dots mysteriously appeared on benches, signposts and trees around Wrangell and Petersburg.
The new numbers released yesterday include enrollments through the beginning of the month and show a 30% jump since the end of the December.
Southeast lawmakers have introduced the legislation in both the House and Senate
An Anchorage Superior Court judge has temporarily suspended a regulation that would have restricted women who qualify for Medicaid funded abortions.
As much of the meeting as possible will be open, but some issues will be discussed in executive session.