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amory lelake Mar 30
This is what the political discourse has come to. This is what happens when those in a position of power call other legislators liars and theives. STOP IT.
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James Brooks 🗞️ Mar 28
The House pages are having a hard time with the delays.
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Jeff Landfield Mar 28
It’s pretty wild that me and are the only non people in the Capitol. It’s been like this all day. Major stuff is happening. Billions in spending decisions, conference committees, counting votes, generally loose actively. And it’s just me and James watching...
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Jeff Landfield Mar 29
Alaska will drastically change in the coming years. A decade of fiscal mismanagement, electing leaders whose main goal is reelection, who promise Alaskans big checks, while we pay zero state income or sales taxes, is all about to come to a head. No one can stop it.
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Matt Acuña Buxton 8h
Alaska Department of Law announces it's going after a price gouger who bought nearly 300 20-mask boxes of N95 masks and flipped 'em for as much as $90 per box. Juan Lyle Aune faces a $25,000 fine per box sold.
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Ivy Spohnholz Mar 29
This is a dark time for Alaska. COVID-19 is a challenge we could never have imagined. Since January the price of oil has dropped 55% and the Permanent Fund has lost $8B in value. But we passed a budget in record time with a plan to come back to finish the job post-COVID-19.
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Dermot Cole 7h
The Alaska virtual school, launched without warning or public comment, is a long-term plan. wants to make it permanent. Get more kids online and there will be fewer students in traditional schools, fewer teachers.
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Tom Hewitt Mar 29
We now know what it takes to finish its business within the 90-day session: a global pandemic of biblical proportions.
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Matt Acuña Buxton Mar 27
Meanwhile former Fairbanks Rep. David Guttenberg is living the best life.
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Dermot Cole Mar 30
Daily Show suggests anti-tourism slogan for Alaska.
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Dermot Cole 7h
One Alaska school superintendent told me that over the past few weeks—despite daily statewide teleconferences with Education Commissioner Michael Johnson—the commish never once mentioned the state would start a new virtual school Monday.
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Rep. Chris Tuck 12h
On Monday, the audit of state government in Alaska was released. The results are disappointing. Our state auditors were denied access to files & other information by the Dept. of Revenue. This should trouble us all. Get the details in the newsletter
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SOLOGLady (A. Hall) 4h
my husband Brian Hall who is on his 27th year of incarceration. He is one with the Great Sprit and walks the Red Road. He and many others are in danger of contracting Covid-19. Lower the prison population.
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Dermot Cole 10h
The Dunleavy admin justification for keeping tax information secret from the state auditor is essentially, "Trust to tell you what you should know."
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amory lelake Mar 31
Can we make saying “nothingburger” a felony?
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James Brooks 🗞️ 3m
This sounds like something the might be interested in as well.
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The Alaska Landmine Mar 28
An article from the Alaska Daily Empire about the 1918 flu pandemic from over 100 years ago. Change the date and name of virus and it’s basically the same advice for .
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Nathan Graham 8m
newest apointee to the commission on postsecondary education had something to say..
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The Alaska Landmine Mar 31
. said the $1.25 billion the state is getting from the federal government for relief will be doled out by the Governor's Office. Nothing could go wrong there...
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Pat Race 3h
Earlier today posted a bunch of 1918 newspaper clippings. It was amazing to see how similar that experience was. Masks, quarantine, social distancing, business closures, fears for the economy, bored kids. Here's a ton more:
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