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Kelly Tshibaka, who has led the sprawling Alaska Department of Administration since early 2019, in a statement said she is running “for the Alaskans who believe government is of the people, by the people and for the people. The D.C. insiders need to be held accountable to us.”
In 2020 regulators approved two on-site cannabis lounges in Alaska, but because of pandemic restrictions they haven't been able to open.
A disaster declaration is set to expire this weekend unless state lawmakers act to extend it, but with a unorganized legislature, it's not clear how that will happen.
The $5,000 payout comes with a hitch: future payments would be reduced under a new formula.
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy said he views as valid his appointment of a Revenue commissioner and picks for boards and commissions that the Legislature has not acted to confirm.
Pandemic causes housing headaches for Alaska lawmakers returning to Juneau for next legislative session
Alaska lawmakers who each year relocate to a capital city accessible only by plane or boat are facing challenges in getting settled ahead of what is expected to be a difficult legislative session overshadowed by COVID-19.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said while tufted puffins may be experiencing a contraction on the southern end of their natural range, they remain in high abundance overall.
Meyer said the only reason he’s seeking an audit is because “so many people think our Dominion machines are faulty, corrupt and easily manipulated, and I think a lot of this is misinformation that’s coming from the national level.”
Gov. Mike Dunleavy is walking the line between those who think he’s not doing enough to address rising case counts to those who think he’s been overreaching in his approach.