Sen. Lora Reinbold’s bill (SB 156), which seeks to outlaw vaccine-based discrimination, passed the State Senate with bipartisan support last month. Since March 18 it has languished – untouched and unheard – in a State House Committee chaired by
A new petition, launch on March 31, urges Alaska legislators to pass the “Even Playing Field Act.” Introduced by Sen. Shelley Hughes (R-Palmer), Senate Bill 140 would protect the integrity of women’s athletics by ensuring that female sports competitions
A bill banning vaccine-based discrimination enjoyed bi-partisan support in passing out of the Alaska State Senate last week. It now faces an uncertain future in the State House, which is controlled by Democrats and a handful of Republicans who have broken
With unexpected oil revenue flooding the state coffers to the tune of a $3.6 billion increased revenue forecast over this year and next year, Gov. Mike Dunleavy is calling on lawmakers in Juneau to issue $3,700 Permanent Fund Dividends to all eligible
Our culture is adrift without an anchor. Unfortunately, our State Legislature is no exception. This past Wednesday afternoon, Alaska legislators voted overwhelmingly (33-3) to restrict teen access to marriage by repealing Alaska’s judicial bypass statute
If public hearings are any indication, Alaska Senate Bill 156 enjoys strong support from those who oppose coercive measures that pressure and threaten fellow Alaskans into getting the experimental Covid injections. Introduced by Sen. Lora Reinbold (R-Eagle
The Alaska State House Labor & Commerce Committee was scheduled to consider House Bill 58 on March 2, but the meeting was cancelled and is expected to be rescheduled soon. The bill would take one of the most controversial and litigated components of the
There is no doubt we’re engaged in a worldview battle in our public schools, both here in Alaska and across the nation. Walk into any one of them and you’re likely to see a rainbow flag on nearly every teacher’s office signifying solidarity
Chief Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court Daniel Winfree will address the full Alaska Legislature in Juneau on Feb. 9 when he delivers the annual “State of the Judiciary” at 11 a.m. in the Alaska House Chamber. This will be Winfree’s first address to
Rep. David Eastman outmaneuvered Alaska House Speaker Louise Stutes (R-Kodiak) along with the Democratic controlled House that attempted to strip him of all his legislative committee assignments on Jan. 31. House leadership, comprised of mostly Democrats and
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