Congress has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make meaningful fixes to our broken immigration system.
Do the right thing, Congress — don’t run out the clock on desperately needed economic relief.
It’s often the first place people see when they visit, and if we want a welcoming downtown, we have to make it that way.
The state needs to go bigger and bolder to save Alaska jobs and businesses.
This is the moment to fight hard and to go big for economic stability to preserve our future.
To our leaders, if you are letting the Permanent Fund dividend divide us, you are undermining its very purpose.
This negativity and short-term fix approach causes a dangerous ripple effect to investor and consumer confidence as well as public trust.
This is a pivotal moment in which elected officials could cement the promise of the PFD into the future, but it will take courage and foresight to do the right thing.
As this election season ends, we cannot lose sight of what we can accomplish when we work together. There is important work left to be done, and it will take all of us to make the change.
Alaskans put on our boots, grab our tools, join our neighbors and get to work. We need that same spirit in the governor’s office to put our state on a sustainable and secure path for the next generation of Alaskans.
For those who wonder if permanently protecting the PFD can be a part of a sound, fiscal plan for the future, the answer is absolutely.
I know there is a lot of chatter about the dynamics of a three-way race. While politicians and special interests want you to believe they already know how this election will end, it will be the voters who decide.
Its passage would be a profound setback in our efforts to make Anchorage a better place to live.
Split Permanent Fund earnings three ways: 50 percent for dividends, 40 percent for schools, 10 percent for inflation-proofing.
Yes, Republicans and Democrats will have to pull together to make it happen. But they've done it before, to the country's benefit.