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Michael Allan McIntosh

Michael Allan McIntosh, noted environmental philanthropist, died May 7, 2015.Michael McIntosh guided his family's foundation since 1971 with creative vision, a passion for justice, and a deep sense of civic responsibility. Today, The McIntosh
Letter: Political games are bad for our health, but we need to take care of those in less fortunate circumstances.I trust Gov. Walker's commitment to the public interest and count on his ability to gain Legislative support for this important healthcare measure, of which the majority...
My Turn: Governor Walker: Alaska has a place at the boardroom table

For the last four decades, Alaskans have waited to see their North Slope natural gas developed and brought both to Alaskan homes and global markets.
My Turn: A fix in search of a law

Sen. Pete Kelly's ongoing campaign to amend Alaska's constitution to change the way we select and retain judges poses a grave threat to fair and impartial courts in our state.
Trouble in Paradise makes ABC not so easy

...Board, the businesses "appeared to be equally in the public interest."Email and telephone requests for comment from...conclude that Paradise's application is more in the public interest than Lunchbox's. No reason exists to not grant...
My Turn: The case for big projects

...most fiscal conservatives think that government expenditures should be limited to a very short list of items in the public interest. National defense, public safety and building and maintaining our economic infrastructure are at the top of that...
Alaska ferry project caught in flap over US steel

...costs by more than 25 percent, U.S. products are in limited quantity, or their use "would be inconsistent with the public interest."In a letter to Alaska Gov. Bill Walker this month, Gary Doer, the Canadian ambassador to the U.S., said...
Letter: Maria will make a terrific Assembly member

I hope you will join me in voting for Maria Gladziszewski for the areawide seat on the Assembly.
Concerns raised on direction of alcohol board

JUNEAU - A former director of the agency that regulates Alaska's liquor industry said interference by the state commerce commissioner's office limited her ability to effectively do her job.
Outside Editorial: Revive the Free Flow of Information Act

The following editorial first appeared in the Los Angeles Times:Is Congress ready to recognize that protecting reporters' sources protects the public's right to know?


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