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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS COMMUNITIES MAY KICK PEOPLE OUT By CRAIG MEDRED CRAIGMEDRED.NEWS From his home in rainy Ketchikan near the southern end of the Alaska Panhandle,

Buying health insurance across state lines by allowing employers to create interstate associations? It may not be perfect or the complete answer, but President Donald

A MOMENT FOR NOSTALGIA, THEN ONWARD More than 2.4 million boys were enrolled in Boy Scouts of America in 2014. Membership had dropped 13 percent

BOB GRIFFIN / COMMENTARY   ALASKA POLICY FORUM On Sept. 18, Charles Wohlforth posted an opinion in the Alaska Dispatch News with a headline that read: