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Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: It’s not the PFD that’s the issue

Brad Keithley   May 20, 2022

Those reading some sources of local media - or better yet, the #akleg stream on Twitter - may think that the increase in government spending approved this week by the Legislature is attributable if not entirely, at least mostly to higher Permanent Fund Dividends...

House likely to concur with colossal Senate budget

Jeff Landfield   May 12, 2022

The House is likely to concur with the huge budget passed by the Senate on Tuesday, according to multiple sources. The House was scheduled…

The Sunday Minefield – May 8, 2022

Jeff Landfield   May 8, 2022

Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there! The constitutional session limit is just ten days away, and significant uncertainty remains with the…

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: Who should pay for the Port of A̶n̶c̶h̶o̶r̶a̶g̶e̶ Alaska

Brad Keithley   May 6, 2022

In their own op-ed in the Anchorage Daily News last weekend, the newspaper’s editorial board argued that the state should provide…

The Alaska Legislature is going to look very different next year

Jeff Landfield   May 4, 2022

A combination of redistricting and legislative incumbents not seeking re-election will result in a Legislature that looks quite different next year. Due to redistricting,...

The Sunday Minefield – May 1, 2022

Jeff Landfield   May 1, 2022

Hard to believe it’s already May. Only 17 days remain until the constitutional session limit, and still only the House has passed its version…

The Alaska Stalker – April 30, 2022

The Alaska Stalker   April 30, 2022

Welcome to this edition of the Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape. If you...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: Reviving Governor Hammond’s “Parachute Plan”

Brad Keithley   April 29, 2022

Over the course of the past week we have written extensively on our Facebook and Twitter pages and spoken at length on our weekly...

It’s time to adopt a comprehensive homeless plan

Mayor Dave Bronson, Assembly member Felix Rivera, and John Weddleton   April 28, 2022

This week, the Anchorage Assembly will consider plans to construct a homelessness navigation...

Nick Begich received thousands in donations from prominent Democrats and unions in 2016 Assembly race

Jeff Landfield   April 27, 2022

Yesterday, Republican candidate Nick Begich called into the Dan Fagan show to discuss his...

Alyeska Slush Cup 2022 in photos

The Alaska Landmine   April 26, 2022

After a two year hiatus due to the COVID pandemic, Slush Cup returned with big crowds, big jumps, and big splashdowns. Photos by Paxson Woelber…

The Sunday Minefield – April 24, 2022

Jeff Landfield   April 24, 2022

Spring is in the air all over Alaska! There’s just over three weeks left until the constitutional session limit and the Senate has not…

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: A relook at the Fiscal Policy Working Group proposal

Brad Keithley   April 22, 2022

Last June (2021), in the midst of efforts to resolve the FY22 budget, the Legislature established a bi-partisan, bi-cameral working group for the purpose...

The Alaska Stalker – April 18, 2022

The Alaska Stalker   April 18, 2022

Welcome to this edition of the Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape. If you...

The Sunday Minefield – April 17, 2022

Jeff Landfield   April 17, 2022

I hope everyone had a good Easter Sunday. I am finally back in Juneau after a bit of a break. Several legislators went home…

North Slope political advocacy group sought to turn $1 million state appropriation into slush fund

Jeff Landfield   April 16, 2022

In February, the Landmine published a story about how Andy Baker, working as an unregistered...
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