Early voting started on Monday in Alaska. And more than 35,000 Alaskans have already returned their absentee ballots. For those who haven’t cast their ballots, this is a quick guide on how to vote this year.
That, coupled with people who are refusing to cooperate with contact tracers is racing concern among state and local public health leaders.
The tribe says the state doesn’t have the right to require state fishing permits for tribal citizens in state waters.
The head of the state’s regional sign patrol says he thinks they are consistently enforcing the law, though it may not look like it because the state’s right of way along roads is irregular.
Company spokesperson Mike Heatwole confirmed that Pebble set up two camps in mid-July to map wetlands in the Koktuli drainage to meet the Corps’ new mitigation requirement.
Gross’ health care background is important to his campaign, but it has also opened him up to criticism from Sen. Dan Sullivan.
The agency told lawmakers earlier this year that it’s paying $566,016 a year to moor both fast ferries in Ketchikan’s private Ward Cove facility.
The data shows that it’s common for a fraction of a fraction of 1% of voters to vote twice in elections. Which still raises questions.
Dunleavy veto statements said both the Legislature and the executive branch are opposed to state funding of elective abortions, adding “the only branch of government that insists on State-funded elective abortions is the Supreme Court.”
Arduin said Dunleavy could improve his ranking by cutting state spending and working to change state policies on welfare and labor unions.