Medicaid expansion has faced stiff legislative opposition. Anchorage mayoral candidate Ethan Berkowitz says, if elected, the municipality will go it alone.
This week: vengeful legislators, hypocritical Catholics, and hackers who stole your medical records. Also, the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. And muppets.
In a Tuesday committee meeting, a panel of veterans outlined the sobering statistics of PTSD and suicide among service men and women in the U.S. Military.
Representatives Scott Kawasaki and Geran Tarr hosted a presentation on genetically modified organisms, in support of a bill that would require GMO labeling.
Foundation for Government Accountability spokesperson Christie Herrera visited with state legislators yesterday to explain opposition to Medicaid Expansion.
A bill eliminating Daylight Saving Time in Alaska is headed to the Senate for a full vote despite public testimony opposing the proposal.
Now in the third week of session, bills on political advertisements, student loans, and daylight savings time are moving through committees.
Educators from across the state came to Juneau to discuss education policy with legislators, but spent half the meeting in a lecture denouncing Common Core.