Last week was busy in Congress, with Alaska’s congressional delegation splitting and uniting in surprising ways.
The roots of Alaska’s disloyalty clause come from a Hawaiian dockworkers’ strike in the 1940s.
Casey Sixkiller, the Region 10 administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency, has sent a recommendation to EPA headquarters to protect the area by vetoing the proposed mine.
The Biden administration gave $75 million in aid to the three communities in Alaska and Washington. Eight other Tribal communities received an additional $40 million.
None of Alaska’s 62 legislative and statewide races changed leaders as members of the multipartisan state review board examined unofficial results for accuracy, then signed an oath on Tuesday.
For decades, the U.S. government has failed to test for chemicals and metals in fish. ProPublica and Oregon Public Broadcasting did, and what they found was alarming for tribes.
Rep. Peltola, citing lack of sick leave for workers, says she opposes strike-averting legislation in current form.
The Respect for Marriage bill says states can’t, on the bases of race or gender, reject a valid marriage license issued in another state.
All of the fund’s cryptocurrency investments combined are a tiny sliver of the private equity portfolio.
Observers say not to expect the next four years to repeat much of the first four.