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Monthly Archives: August, 2021

Ninth Court decision on $500 limit on campaign donations factors in Bronson’s response to APOC complaint

If the $500 limit on campaigns is illegal, as it has been determined to be by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, then what...

Kenai schools won’t have mask mandate

The Superintendent of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District said masks will be optional in schools when they open this fall. Schools, which open...

Racist? Felix Rivera attacks white males for running and winning political office

Felix Rivera, fair-skinned hispanic gay Assembly member in Anchorage, raised eyebrows last month when he stated, during a forum on The Alaska Black Caucus...

Lessons from the Goths for what’s happening at the U.S. southern border

By ART CHANCEThose of us who’ve had Western Civilization courses know “The Goths” as a group of Germanic tribes and clans that pressed against...

Spending: Murkowski releases list of infrastructure projects for Alaska

The massive infrastructure bill that has been in negotiations for several weeks is now before the Senate for consideration. As one of the key...

Political kill shot? Assembly to grill Health Department appointee David Morgan

The Anchorage Assembly has scheduled a work session on Tuesday, Aug. 3 to continue the confirmation hearings for some of Mayor Dave Bronson's department...

Harvard University poll says 56 percent of Alaskans support mandatory Covid vaccinations

A poll conducted by Harvard University and other major research universities says that Alaskans, while not the most supportive in the "mandate" department among...

Palmer mayor and former Wasilla mayor both running to be Mat-Su Borough mayor

The conservative mayor of Palmer has filed with the Alaska Public Offices Commission to run for mayor of the conservative stronghold, the Mat-Su Borough....

Dunleavy administration joins lawsuit to overturn Roe vs. Wade abortion law

The State of Alaska has joined in with 22 other states in a lawsuit involving the overturn Roe vs. Wade, a 1973 landmark decision...

Protest planned at Native medical center to stand against vaccines forced on employees

Get the jab or lose your job: It's the latest battle between employers and employees, especially at medical establishments all over the country. In...

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