Relationships with the Asian markets must be earned, especially after Dunleavy sent them away once already.
Without aggressively competing for these sorely needed infrastructure funds, Alaska’s motto of “North to the Future” will be replaced by “South to the Opportunity.”
Frivolous lawsuits make headlines, not headway.
Gov. Dunleavy has made it clear he will pursue a bigger dividend even if it means politicizing Alaska’s Permanent Fund, and the budget he released recently shows just that.
We’re lifelong Alaskans who care deeply about our state and its people, whose goal is to fix our state and secure Alaska’s future.
Alaska can’t afford to put off action on climate any longer. But let’s be smart about how we address it.
You can’t always schedule opportunity, and this opportunity will slam shut if we allow it to.
In the final analysis, it comes down to who has the vision, passion and determination to get this project constructed.
The gas line will bring more than 150,000 jobs in Alaska alone, significantly contribute to solving our trade imbalance with Asia and ensure U.S. energy dominance.
Just as we committed in 2014, Lt. Gov. Mallott and I will not support legislation that unconstitutionally impacts a woman’s right to make her own health care decisions.
Ultimately, I believe that the decision to restructure the Permanent Fund will allow both the fund and the dividend to grow long-term.
The Permanent Fund Protection Act is the biggest single step Alaska has taken to fix the deficit that has eaten away at our savings and services since the price of oil crashed in 2014.
The only reason Alaska’s products and experiences aren’t already internationally recognized is because we just haven’t told our story yet. That changed in China.
Opening of ANWR, protection of Bristol Bay region fisheries, gas line prospects with China, medevac road for King Cove. We owe a debt to Alaskans who have fought these battles for a long time.