The labor group's "Alaskans for Walker Mallott" is the first super PAC-style group it's created that focuses on a governor’s race.Alex DeMarban
More than 50 people attended the eighth and final hearing conducted by Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell on the marijuana initiative Tuesday, with a couple of dozen people arguing that legalizing marijuana is either a sensible action and a matter of personal choice or a grave threat to children that opens the door to addiction and wasted livesDermot Cole
As the U.S. Senate candidates prepare to square off in a fisheries debate in Kodiak on Wednesday, Republican Dan Sullivan faces a challenge to draw votes away from incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Begich, who has built a reputation as a fighter for the industry.Nathaniel Herz
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan confirmed his general election debate schedule Tuesday, setting up seven matchups with incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Begich before Election Day in November.Nathaniel Herz
OPINION: Gov. Sean Parnell says the state has “stopped the drop” in oil production. But he should stop saying that. Oil production in the first 9 months of 2014 is down 4 percent over the same period in 2013.Dermot Cole
Democrats have raised questions about Sullivan’s Alaska residency history over the course of the campaign and noted that Sullivan voted absentee in Alaska’s 2008 general election -- a year he also declared Maryland his principal residence for tax purposes.Nathaniel Herz
A small, mainly anti-pot crowd on Monday filled the tiny Legislative Information Office here to put on the record fears that legalizing marijuana will only worsen social dysfunction in Western Alaska.Lisa Demer
Saying she's been spending all her time thinking about the Senate, Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Monday she wouldn't endorse anyone in Alaska's gubernatorial race.Alex DeMarban
If Alaska lawmakers want to know the inner details of the gas pipeline and what the state and oil companies are doing, they will be asked to take a pledge to keep it confidential.Dermot Cole
In Anchorage on Monday, U.S. Rep. Don Young took on actor Ted Danson for his views on fisheries waste, advised state leaders to build the King Cove road and let the U.S. marshals stop them, and asked why the state funds the environmental conservation department to just be a "puppet" of the Environmental Protection Agency. Alex DeMarban
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