“I thought General Mattis’s words were true and honest and necessary and overdue,” Murkowski said.
Southeast Alaska’s largest tribe is reminding citizens that it could see a loss in funding if they don’t report in the 2020 census.
Rep. Young is adding his name to a Republican lawsuit challenging the new rule that allows House members to vote on bills without being present in the Capitol.
The National Park Service is rescinding a ban within Alaska’s national preserves on some controversial state-sanctioned predator harvests of bears and wolves. Park service Alaska spokesperson Pete Christian said although practices like killing bears and wolves in dens run counter to the Park Service’s mission, the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, which created or…
The Lena Beach area has been closed, off and on, for seasonal work since 2018. The work wrapping up now is part of the final phase.
Environmentalists say the Trump administration is taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic to advance Pebble as well as other Alaska projects while the public and the press are distracted.
Trudeau told reporters that it’s too soon to say if the border closure could extend past June 21st.
In total, nine tribal governments have requested the feds hit pause on the Roadless Rule decision while the pandemic unfolds.
Calsita and most regional Native corporations are also responding with distinctly corporate help: They’re sending early distributions of cash to their shareholders.
The strings attached to the CARES Act money affect some municipalities, while for others, the funds won’t be enough to cover total unanticipated spending and lost revenue.