Bringing justice to all Alaskans – that was the major theme of Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Dana Fabe’s speech at the Capitol on Wednesday.
President Barack Obama laid out his vision for the country last night that include new gun regulations … climate change legislation … and a new immigration policy.
Legislation that would limit the circumstances in which public funds can be used to pay for abortions was introduced in the Senate on Monday, but the bill may have trouble standing up to court scrutiny.
The U.S. Senate has just passed a reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act. However, its future in the House is unclear.
The Senate Energy Committee held its first meeting of the new Congress. It wasted no time in discussing one of the most controversial issues the committee will tackle this session – exporting liquefied natural gas.
The Alaska Redistricting Board is waiting for direction from the state’s highest court.
Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Dana Fabe is addressing the state legislature on Feb. 13 starting at 11 a.m..
The proposed Mendenhall Valley library has its first funding toward planning, permitting and design.
It will soon be illegal to hawk goods, services, tours, or food and beverages in Juneau’s historic district.
An attorney for Alaska Natives cited for illegal fishing is renewing his religious protection defense, saying the state could conserve king salmon runs on the Kuskokwim River while giving Yup’ik Eskimos subsistence priority to accommodate their long-held spiritual views.