The Alaska School Activities Association (ASAA) decided not to take up a vote last week to adopt a bylaw change that would have limited girls’ sports and teams to biological females. Hundreds of Alaskans emailed, signed a petition, and called in to testify
Alaska’s current State Senate Majority Leader Shelley Hughes (R-Palmer) is urging Republicans to stick together and form a Republican controlled majority caucus for the upcoming legislative session. With the State Senate expected to be narrowly divided
Legislative gridlock and the unwillingness of lawmakers to follow statutory law with regard to paying out the annual Permanent Fund Dividend are two of the main reasons that State Senators Shelley Hughes and Mike Shower are now urging Alaskans to vote
Alaska State Senators Shelley Hughes and Mike Shower will lay out the case for why Alaskans should vote in favor of a statewide constitutional convention. The lawmakers will present their case on Oct. 18, 7 p.m., at the Wilda Marston Theater at Anchorage’s
Editor’s note: The following is the opening statement which Alaska Sen. Shelley Hughes delivered March 3 to introduce Senate Bill 140, which would ban biological males from competing in women’s sports. Hughes statement was made in the Senate Education
On March 4, Alaskans are invited to weigh in on a bill aimed at banning males who identify as transgender” from competing against biological females in high school sports. The bill aims to ensure fairness for Alaska’s female athletes. Introduced last
Editor’s note: The following letter was penned by Alaska Senate Majority Leader Shelley Hughes and sent to the Alaska State Medical Board in advance of their recent Nov. 20 meeting. Dear Alaska State Medical Board, It has come to my attention that you are
Senate Joint Resolution 4, which looks to clarify that Alaska’s constitution does not protect abortion or state funding for abortion, has passed the first of many legislative hurdles. On March 23, the measure passed out of the Senate Health and Social
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