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Yearly Archives: 2019

Regents relent, declare financial exigency

The University of Alaska Board of Regents declared financial exigency on Monday, allowing the university system to more quickly lay off faculty and staff,...

Dunleavy veto holds judges accountable

By JIM MINNERY, ALASKA FAMILY COUNCIL The ACLU of Alaska has filed a lawsuit challenging Governor Dunleavy’s veto of just under $335,000 from the Alaska...

MRAK Almanac: Juneau considers taxes, UA regents consider exigency

The MRAK Almanac is your place for political, cultural, and civic events, events where you’ll meet political leaders or, if you are interested in getting to...

Capital budget high-centered in House

The Alaska Senate on Saturday unanimously approved Capital Budget items in Senate Bill 2002, introduced by Gov. Michael Dunleavy. But then came Sunday, and...

Swan Lake Fire winding down

The Swan Lake Fire has burned 101,177 acres, but appears to be winding down. There was no forward movement in the fire on the...

The university crisis and Alaska politics

By FORREST NABORS I am grateful for the generosity of Must Read Alaska in allowing me to air the views of many of my colleagues...

Camp Berkowitz moves to Valley of the Moon Park

The cleanup of the Delaney Park Strip in downtown Anchorage took place mid-day on Friday, with most of the protest-campers and their debris gone...

Morning Consult poll: Dunleavy up at 49 percent approval

The 2019 second quarter Morning Consult poll has Gov. Michael Dunleavy maintaining a fairly high level of approval, especially considering the relentless pounding his...

What dentist would do such a thing?

We are led to believe by the mainstream media that a Chugiak man had all his teeth pulled by his dentist, only to find...

Legislature: Correct the spending problem

By DAN SULLIVAN I have been a keen observer of the Alaska political scene for more than five decades, including 15 years as an elected...

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