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Ensuring that Anchorage retains quality workers and a strong middle class take a backseat to a hypothetical grandma tossed out onto the streets.
For West Anchorage State Senator Hollis French fans: Bad news? He's out of the race. Good news? He's back in the race.
The Anchorage Assembly took up two dueling proposals about when the public should vote on the controversial labor law passed earlier this year.
One would think that a clear reasoning would precede a legislative prescription to something already with a process...
The group seeking to repeal Anchorage's recent anti-labor law have eclipsed multiple hurdles, with plenty of clearance on the latest one.
Republican Bill Walker will need to repeat Sarah Palin's unlikely success in 2006 to beat incumbent Governor Sean Parnell. And he may have a trick up his sleeve.
What should Americans think about the Arab Spring? This is not the first time a country, torn by either war or a political and financial crisis, has had to start a new government. If we look at