Politics

Anchorage bars and restaurants can open at 25% on Jan. 1

Under mounting pressure as local businesses continue to shutter in the wake of crippling COVID-19 mandates, the unelected Acting Mayor of Anchorage Austin Quinn-Davidson signed Emergency Order 17 in what she called a “response to the changing conditions of
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Alaska seeks public comment on COVID vaccine roll out

On Dec. 28, the Alaska Vaccine Allocation Advisory Committee will take public comment on how to rollout the next phase of COVID vaccinations. The public has opportunity to share comments about this next phase, which includes vaccinating those ages 75 years

Alaska backs NRA’s legal battle for survival in New York

Alaska’s Acting Attorney General Ed Sniffen has joined a 16-state coalition of attorneys general supporting the National Rifle Association’s legal battle to keep New York from forcibly shutting the group down. New York Attorney General Letitia James sued

Let Alaskans begin the great PFD debate in earnest

Gov. Mike Dunleavy is right, “We need the full dividend to stabilize the Alaska economy.” When the late Gov. Jay Hammond appointed the Investment Advisory Committee, he assigned us an interesting task. “Figure out how to use the billions that we will