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Oil from Alaska’s North Slope has supported the state’s government and economy for decades. But oil production has been dropping—at the same time population and state spending have been growing and the government’s debt obligations, pension liabilities, and other costs have been increasing. What might all this mean for Alaskans?
Meet the candidates for Senate seats M & N and House seats 25, 26 and 28, Hillside and Abbott Loop areas. Hear and share opinions on the minimum wage, the Labor Ordinance AO37, Marijuana and more.
A bill recently passed by the Alaska legislature changes the duration of an Alaska driver’s license to match the expiration date of a resident immigrant’s documentation. Join us as we debate this new law, and discuss several other immigration issues in Alaska.
Art and politics come together for a fundraiser to benefit the Alaska Democratic Party
Learn more about the 2014 November ballot measures, register to vote and meet the 2014 general election candidates.
The public is invited to a rally in support of equal pay for women and a fair minimum wage in Alaska
The son of Nikita Khrushchev, former prime minister of the Soviet Union. shares his unique insights on the years his father stood toe-to-toe with U.S. Presidents.
 Hal Shepherd and members of the Center for Water Advocacy discuss climate change in Alaska.   Challenges to implementing  the Norton Bay Climate Change Adaption plan will be explained. Sponsored with the Center for Water Advocacy.  
Alaskans for a Fair Minimum Wage, in conjunction with the AFL-CIO and the Fairbanks Central Labor Council, will host a rally in support of raising Alaska’s minimum wage.
The role of diplomacy and military intervention in Libya will discussed at this event with attorney Troy Nkrumah.   
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