Alaska’s primary would be moved up two weeks in even-numbered years under a bill proposed by Gov. Sean Parnell.
Bob Heinrich is the vice president of finance for Conoco Phillips, and he says that his company is happy with the bill as a starting point.
Public release of the new design has been delayed while the department expands the report to address scrutiny and feedback received since plans for the Alaska Class Ferry were scrapped.
Representatives vote 27 to 9 in favor of measure that allows mixing zones.
A resolution opposing the Obama administration’s executive actions on gun control has been officially introduced to an Alaska Senate panel.
State officials are looking at ways to lower the growth of Alaska’s health care costs.
Alaska Attorney General Michael Geraghty testified before lawmakers Friday to discuss the governor’s sex crimes bill.
About a million people visit Alaska by cruise ship every year, creating floating cities along the state’s coastline. A bill that would change just how the waste they produce is regulated is moving rapidly through the legislature, and is scheduled to appear on the House floor today.
For the past couple of weeks, the legislature has been moving forward on the governor’s proposal to cut taxes on oil companies. Now, it’s scheduled to take up the issue of an in-state gasline. Here’s the legislative outlook for the week.
An Alaska lawmaker has introduced legislation that would make it a felony to interfere with permitted oil and gas, timber or other development projects.