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    Politics

    Bronson expands lead again in latest Anchorage mayoral vote tally

    1
    Dave Bronson has once again increased his lead over Forrest Dunbar in the latest tally of votes for who will become the next mayor of Anchorage. As of May 13, the conservative Bronson now leads...
    Education

    Bill introduced to protect Alaska women’s sports from transgender biological males

    3
    To ensure fairness for Alaska’s female athletes, a bill was introduced in the State Senate on May 13 by Sen. Shelley Hughes (R-Palmer). The bill would change Alaska law to limit women’s athletic programs to...
    Politics

    Sen. Sullivan slams Biden admin’s ‘condescending attitude’ about oil and gas

    13
    Sen. Dan Sullivan took to the Senate floor on May 13 to call out the Biden Administration for its “cavalier and condescending attitude” towards oil and gas development. In particular, he blasted Energy Secretary Jennifer...
    Freedom

    122 Alaska pastors sign letter opposing Equality Act – has yours?

    2
    Alaska Family Action is encouraging biblically-aligned faith leaders across Alaska to sign a Pastoral Statement of Opposition to the dangerous and far-reaching Equality Act likely to be voted on in the U.S. Senate any...
    Politics

    As expected, conservative Bronson takes slim lead in latest vote count for Anchorage mayor

    15
    The second round of vote tallies were released, May 12, for the Anchorage mayoral runoff, showing conservative candidate Dave Bronson now with a slight edge over his far-left opponent Forrest Dunbar. On election night, Dunbar...