Phillip Weidner allegedly owes more than $2 million in back taxes, and the federal government wants to foreclose on a dozen of his properties to pay the debts, according to a lawsuit filed this week.
If the repeal goes through, the leases would be canceled immediately with payments returned to the companies that won the leases.
Subsistence, a practice which past generations participated in without question, has become a complex legal puzzle — “a very unsettled and unsettling [legal landscape] for Alaska Native people,” according to one lawyer who has spent decades working on subsistence cases.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski has issued a $230 million wish list of dozens of Alaska projects she’s hoping Congress will pass with the next batch of appropriations bills.
At 44, he’s half the age of Rep. Don Young, whom he supported in 2020.
Biden has said private sector employees who refuse the vaccine can opt for weekly testing instead.
Conservation groups are cheering the Biden administration’s decision not to appeal a judgment that reversed approval for ConocoPhillips’ plan to develop drilling sites in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.
Murkowski says the Freedom to Vote bill is partisan and an attempt at micromanaging state elections.
The administration has bought enough doses for all 28 million children in that age group, Biden administration officials said.
The poll found that in the last few months, 44% of households with children under age 18 have been facing serious financial problems.