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Monthly Archives: January, 2021

Alaska Green Party decertified by national over going rogue

The Green Party's National Committee on Monday removed accreditation from the Green Party of Alaska, after Alaska's party went rogue and nominated Jesse Ventura...

Listicle: Biden’s cabinet

The inauguration of Joe Biden will take place Jan. 20, and then he'll offer his slate of cabinet members to the Senate for approval....

No Alaskans on list of donors to Biden Inauguration

They come from California, New York, Texas, and Florida. Also Idaho, Georgia, and Colorado. The list of those donating more than $200 to...

Anchorage Assembly sets public hearing on govt-to-govt relations with Eklutna Village

Eklutna is a bit of an enigma in Anchorage. There are believed to be under 50 tribal members who live in the Native Village...

Cook it out of them? Victory savored by spice company exec, who says cooks can cure conservatives

In an approach that is open to interpretation, the owner of Penzey's Spice Company, based in Wisconsin, has penned a letter to his customers...

Alaska population down, but voter registration highest in state history

Alaska’s population decreased by 3,831 people from July 2019 to July 2020, based on population estimates released by the Alaska Department of Labor and...

House, Senate still not organized but talks underway

With nine days before the Legislature convenes, Rep. Kelly Merrick of Eagle River has organized a Zoom meeting (via computer video) for House representatives...

Google, Apple ban Parler from their app stores

The purge is happening. The world's largest tech companies have banned an upstart social media service from their App Stores. Google, owned by Alphabet, went...

Income tax included in first batch of pre-filed bills published by Legislature

The first batch of bills that have been pre-filed for the upcoming legislative session are now published. Among them, Sen. Elvi Gray-Jackson has filed a...

Dunleavy administration files to challenge decision denying Pebble permit

In what appears to be a lost-cause and last-ditch effort, the Dunleavy Administration has filed a challenge of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...

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