Protestors with the anti-abortion Center for Bioethical Reform held up large signs across from the state capitol building in Juneau this week, depicting graphic images of aborted fetuses.
With less than two weeks of the session to go, the Alaska State Legislature is concentrating on the state’s budget and major pieces of legislation that would affect tax policy and energy projects. APRN’s Alexandra Gutierrez sat down with Gov. Sean Parnell to talk about his expectations for the final days.
Dozens of federal, state and local agencies have a say on how development happens in arctic Alaska. A new report makes the case for doing a better job coordinating the work those agencies are doing as big decisions are made on important arctic issues.
The Alaska House passed legislation that would change the tenure system for urban teachers, extending their probationary period from three years to five.
About 500 people took to the capitol building steps in Juneau Thursday for one of several rallies statewide against Governor Sean Parnell’s plan to cut state oil taxes.
Southeast communities won and lost when the Senate Finance Committee released its capital budget this week.
34 amendments considered by lamwmakers in marathon meeting that lasted into wee hours of the morning
The formula for calculating the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend would be protected in the state constitution under a plan proposed by House and Senate Democrats.… more
In a literal eleventh hour vote on Monday night, the Alaska House passed legislation meant to advance the construction of a small-diameter pipeline.