The EPA announced the proposed ban Wednesday morning, using its authority under a section of the Clean Water Act.
Parents across the state and country have been facing an infant formula shortage since February.
Dahlstrom announced her resignation as the head of the Corrections Department Monday afternoon, minutes before the campaign announcement came.
First place wins $10,000 cash, which is nailed to a piece of wood in Ketchikan. Second place gets a set of steak knives.
The United Nations estimates that more than six million Ukrainians have been displaced since Russia invaded earlier this year.
The grant will fund the construction of new laboratories and classrooms, which will allow the university to graduate an additional 100 healthcare workers annually.
Lawyers for the 13 child plaintiffs claim the state has known about widespread foster care problems for years but hasn’t addressed them.
The budget — one of the largest in state history — is just one piece of legislation that passed in a flurry of activity right at the end of the legislative session.
The conflict over subsistence has been brewing for a few decades.
The left has a smaller share of the Alaska electorate to start with. They feel they can’t afford a split.