Reinbold says in her complaint that the airline violated her constitutional rights and caused her stress and humiliation.
Alaska lawmaker can’t block public from social accounts based on their views, judge rules
An Anchorage judge says Sen. Reinbold acted as an official maintaining a ‘limited’ public forum when she blocked an Eagle River woman, but doesn’t resolve why.
Alaska Legislature’s new social media policy nixes banning and blocking
Over the past year, three state lawmakers have been sued for blocking comments on their social media accounts.
Kurka calls on Pierce to resign from governor’s race, citing unconfirmed harassment claim
If Pierce and his running mate quit before Tuesday, Kurka would fill the No. 4 spot in the general election.
Facing lawsuits, Alaska lawmakers consider new social media policy
The draft included an ‘everything or nothing’ approach toward public comments.
State senate bill would require schools to post all curriculum related to race, LGBTQ topics online
Sen. Tom Begich, a Democrat from Anchorage, said the bill’s vague language could prevent teachers from discussing topics like the civil rights movement or Jim Crow laws.
The Year in KTOO News: Spotlight on state government
Lawmakers spent a record amount of time at the capitol this year trying to agree on a budget.
The Alaska Legislature’s Capitol complex in Juneau has grown to a fifth city block
Juneau’s civic leaders are always wary of simmering sentiments to move the state capital. Donating buildings to the Legislature is one way they try to quiet those calls.
Conservative Alaska lawmakers hear from constituents about ivermectin, vaccines
Dozens of Alaskans shared frustration and anger over pandemic restrictions, COVID-19 vaccines and what they see as the medical community’s suppression of alternative treatments for the virus at a gathering Monday at Anchorage Baptist Temple.
Two Alaska senators have tested positive for COVID, and a third is ill and undergoing testing
The three senators have not had close contact with anyone currently working in the Capitol, according to the Senate president’s office.