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We have just a week until the primary for the special election to fill the remainder of the late Don Young’s term in Congress. With 48 people on the ballot, only four will make it to the ranked-choice general in August. And while this election...

Alaska has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rebuild the state through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, and we need strong leadership to ensure Alaskans get as much as possible from this incredible investment. Alaska will receive billions in the next five years to repair and improve...

Yesterday, hundreds of parents dropped their children off at Robb Elementary School in Texas. The parents of 19 children will never again have the opportunity to pick up their children and ask what they learned in school. Two teachers will never have the opportunity to...

With 48 candidates in the race to be Alaska’s next U.S. House Representative, many voters are asking what sets an individual apart from the field, or the candidates they are most ideologically aligned with. Indeed, Christopher Constant shares many of the same values and opinions...

Alaskans are embarking on an entirely new form of the democratic process through ranked-choice voting, vote-by-mail and a special election. These changes bring confusion, but also excitement. For the first time in 49 years, Alaska’s lone congressional seat is open, giving us a chance at...

For years, Anchorage struggled to find an effective and compassionate solution to homelessness. The city’s historical response of packing people into an overcrowded emergency shelter, all in the same part of town while expecting nonprofits to provide all the funding, proved to be ineffective and...

Alaska remains in its longest recession on record. Right as we were climbing out of the recession in 2019, the pandemic hit, serving as the breaking point for workers. What followed is referred to as the Great Resignation. Workers across all industries left their jobs...

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