When voters head to the polls next year, they could be faced with questions on oil taxes, the minimum wage, and the use of recreational marijuana. But one thing that won’t be on the ballot is a referendum on a controversial bill concerning cruise ship waste.
The U.S. Senate is expected to a pass a sweeping bill authorizing dozens of water projects Wednesday.
The state of Alaska doesn’t plan to seek costs in a lawsuit brought against Sarah Palin.
Say so long to summer drivers riding the ferry for free. Wave goodbye to the winter roundtrip discount. And printed schedules? Those are on their way out too.
At the onset of World War II, the territory of Alaska was seen as too big, too remote, and too sparsely populated to defend. That is, until it was attacked by Japanese forces.
The state estimates it could cost up to $2.5 million to implement a repeal of Alaska’s recently approved oil tax structure.
The state has proposed new regulations setting out screening to gauge how well young students are reading.
Alaska Governor Sean Parnell said Friday that he will seek re-election next year.
With the signature booklets hot off the printers, opponents of a controversial tax cut for oil companies should be able to start gathering support for their referendum Tuesday.
Alaska’s highest court says the first step in the redistricting process is to draw political boundaries based on state constitutional requirements.