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Alaska Journal Feb 7
Alaska has added nearly 90,000 people to Medicaid in less than four years.
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Alaska Journal Feb 7
“With our partners we are all in agreement that there are still some significant resources here; some that we don’t even know," said Vice President of Reservoir Development Fabian Wirnkar, dubbed "Dr. Grow" by BP Alaska President Janet Weiss.
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Alaska Journal Feb 6
The increase in the overall catch limit follows a trend of the commission increasing the quotas, despite warnings from the IPHC researchers that the halibut surveys indicate that the stock is decreasing.
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Alaska Journal Feb 6
The first half 2019 losses were driven by a decline of 10.9 percent in the fund’s $23.2 billion public equities portfolio made up of stocks.
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Alaska Journal Jan 31
2018 was a good year in Alaska as well for
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Alaska Journal Jan 31
The forecast is welcome news for an industry that has been hammered during the three-year recession.
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Alaska Journal Jan 24
BP Alaska Pres. Janet Weiss: “In decades to come there needs to be 2.5 billion people lifted out of poverty and there’s going to be another 2 billion added to our planet, so there is a deep need for energy, and we need to do it better with less emissions.”
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Alaska Journal Jan 23
The bill amends, but does not reauthorize, the Magnuson-Stevens Fisheries Conservation and Management Act.
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Alaska Journal Jan 21
“This was flat-out wrong, the way this went down," said Kenai Mayor Brian Gabriel.
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Alaska Journal Jan 15
Out of 235 billion cubic feet of gas flared in 2017, Alaska was responsible for just 7.6 bcf.
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Alaska Journal Jan 11
There's only a week left to nominate an outstanding individual for the 2019 Top Forty Under 40.
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Alaska Journal Jan 10
From the incoming co-chair of Senate Finance Bert Stedman: "We have good intentions but collectively we’re very dangerous and hard on the savings of the state because it’s easier to make a 21 and 11 vote than it is to restructure our operations.”
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Alaska Journal Jan 10
“We’re not looking to derail any progress,” said new board chair Doug Smith. Our original story has been updated with additional reporting.
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Alaska Journal Jan 10
Meyer out as president of Alaska Gasline Development Corp.
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Alaska Journal Jan 9
"It should not be so easy to get around the very plain intent of the constitutional framers to limit the ability to take on debt without a vote of the people."
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Alaska Journal Jan 9
Sen. Lisa Murkowski​'s former communications director on the Energy and Natural Resources Committee weighs in on what's next for the agenda of "energy dominance" now that Democrats have control of the House.
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Alaska Journal Jan 8
The new governor also named the cabinet officials who will fill two designated seats on the seven-member board of directors for the state corporation in charge of the Alaska LNG Project.
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Alaska Journal Jan 7
Eni has been expanding its Alaska asset portfolio over the past few years.
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Alaska Journal Jan 3
The ruling revolves around the "subject to appropriation" clause in the bill as well as the independent state entity that would sell the bonds.
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Alaska Journal Jan 3
A number of independent operators are teaming up on the operation to further explore the promising North Slope formation.
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