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Yearly Archives: 2019

State asks judge for rehearing on campaign donation limit ruling

ANCHORAGE JUDGE EXPANDED $500 CONTRIBUTION LIMITS TO PACS A little-known liberal advocacy group in Washington, D.C. has won an important ruling from an Anchorage judge...

A deeper dive into the recall signatures: Juneau tops list

THE MOOD IN THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT IS FOR A NEW GOVERNOR The district that had the most people signing the Recall Dunleavy application...

Media members signed petition to recall gov

Among the approximately 49,000 signers of the initial application for a petition to recall Gov. Michael Dunleavy, several members of the media, including journalists,...

EPA alumnus Gina McCarthy named president of Natural Resources Defense Council

The Obama-era Environmental Protection Agency chief who became notorious in Alaska for insulting a jar of Alaskan moose meat given to her as a...

Mat-Su Borough results: One seat is too close to call

CONSERVATIVES DID WELL IN LOCAL ELECTION About 50 people gathered at the Americans for Prosperity Alaska offices in Wasilla for an election night party on...

ACLU pleads with court to take Dunleavy’s veto pen

ATTEMPTS TO REMOVE CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY The ACLU today made the argument that the Alaska Supreme Court should override the governor's constitutional authority to a line-item...

Recall group files appeal in Superior Court

Recall Dunleavy, the group trying to remove the governor with a special recall election, has filed an appeal of the Attorney General's decision that...

Listicle: Alaska is No. 1 in smoking pot in fed’s survey

STATES WITH HIGH POT USE ARE LEAST RELIGIOUS Alaskans smoke the most weed per capita in America, with 16.29 percent of the population admitting to...

Lawyers file suit over Pioneer Home rates

Notorious blogger/attorney Libby Bakalar has asked a Ketchikan judge to certify a class-action lawsuit and stop the state Department of Health and Social Services...

Court will hear dispute involving court budget cuts, Medicaid-elective abortion

On Tuesday afternoon, in Courtroom 30A of the Boney Courthouse in Anchorage, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Dunleavy Administration will cross swords...

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