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This election is about Alaska and Alaskans, and that’s who Bill Walker will fight for — everyday Alaskans.
A recent bill brings together important elements of progress toward a healthier planet and sustainable economy.
We believe there is a way to support the wildlife, lands and communities of the spill-affected area in perpetuity.
The danger in leaving the agreement was never that other nations would also decline the opportunity to act decisively. It’s that they would step up and leave us behind.
As the UA system faces a critical juncture due to budget cuts, compliance with NWCCU standards must be made the first priority.
The University of Alaska is our state’s largest provider of workforce training — and it’s training in areas that are growing.
There's no sense in starving the university for the sake of budget cutting that gains little today and loses so much tomorrow.
OPINION: Alaska's former governors and lieutenant governors differ on details of long-range fiscal plan, but they agree on six main points -- including use of Permanent Fund earnings.
OPINION: The more Alaska talks about trying to find the perfect solution to its fiscal problems, the less likely we'll be able to save our economy. No matter what they do, elected officials must act, and they must feel support from Alaskans to do so.
In May, President Barack Obama established the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling Commission to investigate what caused the largest oil spill in U.S. history and develop options for guarding against future spills associated with offshore drilling. I was appointed to the commission along with six others. Here's an update on our progress.