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The state of Alaska chooses to hide behind pending litigation while the insurance industry claims that rates will go up 5%-16% if the rule is not repealed.
Altman admits that the potential for harm is not zero, but the upside is huge, and AI will be developed to serve the world in a positive way much sooner than could be anticipated.
Give me a break.
Wow, what a trifecta! I found myself agreeing with all three Opinion page entries in last Sunday’s ADN.
This ordinary citizen believes the four indictments contain enough evidence that will eventually put Trump right where he belongs — in a jail cell for an extended period.
Taylor’s ongoing string of political stunts like this is an insult to all voters, including those who happen to share his anti-abortion views.
The incumbents’ track record clearly supports renewables, but they are not willing to rush headlong down that path, which could jeopardize the reliability of electric energy.
How about paying attention to what constituents have to say about this issue instead of trying to use your offices to advance your personal agendas?
The Alaska voters have spoken very clearly, regardless of how the votes are counted.
Sorry for my convoluted analysis, but I don’t think Olsen is correct when he indicted ranked choice voting the way he did.
Isn’t it reassuring to see that Lindsey Graham knows what’s best for all women, in spite of the fact that most women and most states see the matter in a different light?
I can think of a number of other candidates for the bamboozlers’ list, whom I won’t name here.
Thanks to Dr. Harold Johnston’s rather refreshing insights into the abortion debate.
In the final analysis, world judicial bodies are likely to take steps to launch criminal investigations into war crimes committed by Russia.
One group Trump called out as “vicious, horrible people” included several Black prosecutors.