Lisa Phu, Alaska Beacon
After Murkowski, Tshibaka and Chesbro, 16 candidates vie for last spot on general election ballot.
Issues include the length of the session and the amount of support delegates will need.
The national teacher shortage, which pre-dates the pandemic, is uniquely felt in Alaska, which has historically relied on recruiting teachers from the Lower 48.
The Department of Health and Social Services has been split into separate organizations.
This year’s fires are the product of a combination of long-term climate change and short-term ignition forces.
Attempting to ban transgender girls from playing on girls’ teams constitutes illegal discrimination under the federal law known as Title IX, according to the ACLU of Alaska.
Pandemic increased premature deaths among non-elderly adults, report says.
Alaska Legislature failed to pass bill at session’s close.
Alaska attorney general recused himself from legal review of using public funds for private education
Treg Taylor’s wife, Jodi Taylor, is a major proponent of the concept and wrote in mid-May about her plan to seek up to $8,000 in reimbursement from public funding.
‘Any effort to divert public funds to private schools is a blatantly unconstitutional act’ says opponent to the practice.
"Alaska took a gargantuan step forward in updating our laws," says deputy attorney general.
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