The Affordable Connectivity Program will provide plans of at least 100 Megabits per second of speed for no more than $30. An estimated 48 million Americans will qualify.
Consumer advocates who connect people to safety-net programs worry that an overwhelmed workforce won’t be able to keep up.
Alaska is among more than two dozen Republican-led states that filed lawsuits Friday to challenge the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for large employers.
Hospital representatives say there’s no evidence to support the mayor’s contention.
Hospitals in Southcentral Alaska are in crisis, and the head of the state hospital association wants Gov. Mike Dunleavy to issue a disaster declaration to help ease the pressure.
The state of Alaska has been ordered to pay nearly $87,000 in attorneys fees to the American Civil Liberties Union after losing a lawsuit over the governor’s vetoes of court funding in 2019 and 2020.
The monthly internet subsidy will be applied to each bill from when you apply until when the funding dries up — or 6 months after the World Health Organization declares an end to the pandemic.
It appears that Alaska will receive roughly $200 million less in COVID relief this year than House members planned.
Infection Preventionist Charlee Gribbon says inspectors found that the hospital has good policies but wasn’t always following them.
Health care professionals and moms say COVID-19 ratcheted up the anxiety factor of third trimester travel. Then in April, the airline that served the Aleutians with daily flights went under.