Retired public employees can still comment on changes to the AlaskaCare health plan through April 30.
University of Alaska students testified Monday that they don’t want guns on campus.
Senate Majority Leader John Coghill says if the votes on a proposed constitutional amendment on education appear “within reach,” floor debate will proceed.
The Senate Judiciary Committee began taking testimony Monday on a bill allowing civil penalties for the death of an unborn child.
The State Assessment Review Board has a vague and unassuming name. But it has a very specific and very important job – assessing the value of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.
State legislative leaders want Gov. Sean Parnell to “hold the line” in talks with Alaska Marine Highway unions.
Why should the state of Alaska consider extending roads to take over the function served by ferries?
Gov. Sean Parnell has named nine members to a group created to recommended changes to Alaska’s Medicaid program.
A California man with ties to the oil industry is the newest member of the Alaska board that sets the value for oil industry property, and a spokeswoman for Gov. Sean Parnell says the appointment is legal — despite a state law that requires board members to be registered Alaska voters.
A proposal to amend Alaska’s constitution to allow for public money to go to private or religious schools has been placed on the Senate calendar for Monday.