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Group challenging Alaska’s same-sex marriage ban

Group challenging Alaska’s same-sex marriage ban

Alaska was the first state in the country to add a ban on same-sex marriage to its Constitution.

Murkowski introduces legislation to continue funding Native language programs

Murkowski introduces legislation to continue funding Native language programs

Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski is introducing legislation to protect Native languages.

Parnell signs gasline legislation

Parnell signs gasline legislation

Surrounded by state legislators, cameras, and heavy machinery, Gov. Sean Parnell signed a measure that could serve as a starting point for a major natural gas project.

Alaska GOP aims to block party coups

Alaska GOP aims to block party coups

The Alaska Republican Party has taken measures to prevent a takeover by libertarian and Tea Party activists.

Lindsey Holmes not seeking reelection to House seat

Lindsey Holmes not seeking reelection to House seat

West Anchorage Republican Lindsey Holmes will not be running for reelection to the Alaska House of Representatives.

Major General Thomas Katkus responds to National Guard sexual assault allegations

Major General Thomas Katkus responds to National Guard sexual assault allegations

Governor Sean Parnell has been responding to allegations that sexual assault crimes within the state’s National Guard were reported to him four years before he requested a federal investigation.

Rep. Kito interested in returning to 120-day legislative session

Rep. Kito interested in returning to 120-day legislative session

The Alaska Legislature’s most junior member says this year’s 95-day legislative session shows lawmakers can take on only a few big issues in the 90 days mandated by voters.

Egan: Senate may resurrect bipartisan leadership caucus

Egan: Senate may resurrect bipartisan leadership caucus

Democratic Sen. Dennis Egan says he thinks the next legislature will try to resurrect a bipartisan caucus to lead the Alaska Senate.

Ballot initiatives could boost younger, liberal voter turnout

Ballot initiatives could boost younger, liberal voter turnout

When the Republican-led Legislature went into overtime last week, they knocked a set of citizen’s initiatives onto an already packed November ballot.

Former Rep. Carl Moses dies

Former Rep. Carl Moses dies

Former state Rep. Carl Moses died Wednesday, according to Unalaska city officials. He was 84.

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