The budget stalemate is finally over. Now we can start to focus on the real work. On Monday, the Rasmuson Foundation stepped up to the plate by committing funds to develop "a reasonable, detailed long-term fiscal plan.
As one of the participants privileged to be invited to Gov.
Lloyd Johnson lost his 6-year battle with ALS Lou Gehrig's Disease on Saturday August 16, 2014. He died at home with his family by his side. He was 56 years old.Lloyd was born in Long Beach, CA in 1958 to George and Janice Johnson, he was raised
Alaska senators listened to over an hour of public testimony Wednesday on a bill that enables the Alaska gas pipeline to move forward.
No Alaskan should be without affordable, accessible health care and we should not miss any responsible opportunity to extend those protections to our citizens.
The following editorial first appeared in the Anchorage Daily News on Oct. 30: The Alaska State Chamber of Commerce kept its feet planted firmly on Main Street in its vote to support the expansion of Medicaid in Alaska.
The health of forty thousand Alaskans is on the line so that Gov. Sean Parnell can assure the Tea Party than nobody hates our President as much as he does.
The following editorial first appeared in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner: Gov.
In his "My Turn" column published Nov. 14, Tony Yorba continued his ongoing diatribe against the Affordable Care Act. Mr. Yorba has written a number of columns over the past several years decrying the planning and now the roll out of the ACA.
About 100 business owners from all over the state visited Juneau this week to meet with legislators and fill them in on the priorities of the Alaska business community.
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