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Monthly Archives: January, 2021

Pence won’t intervene, and protesters get aggressive outside Capitol

In a letter to Congress, Vice President Michael Pence said he does not have "unilateral authority to decide which electoral votes should be counted." His...

Alaskans’ pictures from the Save America rally in DC

A peaceful protest is underway in Washington, D.C. to support President Donald Trump and ask Congress for a commission to investigate election fraud in...

Breaking: Judge won’t block Wednesday’s ANWR lease

U.S. District Judge Sharon Gleason rejected a case by environmental groups who were trying to stop the lease sale scheduled for Jan. 6 for...

Alaska Black Caucus addresses vaccine concerns of minorities

TOPIC WAS SHUT DOWN BY ASSEMBLY CHAIR LAST MONTH According to Alaska news sources, Alaska's African-Americans are skeptical of the COVID-19 vaccine. The Alaska Black...

Over 460 sign open letter to delegation to ‘stop the steal’

More than 460 Alaskans signed an open letter to the Alaska Congressional delegation asking Congressman Don Young and Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan...

Mayor of DC calls in National Guard ahead of Wednesday Electoral College protests

With a large influx of citizens expected in the nation's capital, Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has called for the National Guard to arrive...

Finalized plans for N-PRA released, while ANWR leases court decision due today

The Trump administration released its final plan to open up land for oil and gas drilling in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska. The plan covers...

Audit of Public Defender says caseloads are in line with national standards

A comprehensive review of the Alaska Public Defender's Office staffing, caseloads, and budget is finished, and it shows that the burdens on the agency...

Bon voyage to Juneau … then delayed due to stormy weather in Gulf

The MV Kennicott was filled with legislative staffers and their vehicles and was supposed to leave at 6 pm Monday for Juneau, for the...

Health department adjusts schedule for vaccines for older Alaskans

KEY INFORMATION: Alaskans 65 and older can receive vaccinations starting Monday, Jan. 11. Scheduling for those appointments begins Wednesday, Jan. 6  In an effort to...

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