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Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Supreme Court tossed out the Alaska Redistricting Board’s latest redistricting plan for the state Friday, rejecting it on the same grounds as previous versions: failing to sufficiently follow the state Constitution in an attempt to...
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Supreme Court listened to arguments Wednesday over the legality of a popular caribou hunt. The Nelchina caribou herd in the Copper River Basin is one of the few herds accessible by the roadways, but hunters argue that the way the Alaska...
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Supreme Court ruled against the Alaska Redistricting Board’s redistricting plan for the state Wednesday afternoon, saying its imbalances of the Alaska Constitution weren’t necessitated by the federal Voting Rights Act and ordering...
A Superior Court judge says exploratory drilling for the proposed Pebble Project has not harmed the environment in any way. Judge Eric Aarseth sided with the state Monday in a legal battle over the proposed Pebble Mine. Nine Native corporations and...
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KTUU.comA federal judge has blocked a state law meant to prevent the spread of child pornography, saying it violates the First Amendment and is too broad in its scope. U.S. District Court Judge Ralph Beistline permanently barred enforcement of Senate Bill 222,...
Tags: Elections, Pornography, Government, Laws, Alaska
The Associated PressA state House committee has approved a bill banning the use of foreign law in state courts. The measure, proposed by Republican Rep. Carl Gatto of Palmer, instructs courts not to uphold any foreign laws if doing would strip a person of their...
Name: Mike Kenny Occupation: Retired Website: www.mikekennyforassembly.com Registered Political Party: Democrat Last book you read: The Political Mind Favorite movie: Chinatown Why are you running for the Anchorage Assembly?: Unlike the...
The Associated PressTwo bills proposed in the Alaska House of Representatives would modify high school graduation requirements to require more civics education. A proposal by Rep. Wes Keller, a Republican of Wasilla, would require high schools to teach a civics class to...
Staff WriterLawmakers and their staff are packing up and heading home after a busy 90-day legislative session, which ended very early Monday morning. Legislators and staffers used every minute they could and then some -- no matter how fast lawmakers worked in...
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Former state Rep. Nancy Dahlstrom resigned as Gov. Sean Parnell's military affairs advisor Friday. The decision comes after Attorney General Dan Sullivan admits he gave the wrong advice to Parnell. Dahlstrom left the state House in May, and quickly...
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