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Anchorage will not recover if we don’t prioritize child care and caregiving.
We need an appointee who listens to the science and understands the data when making such consequential decisions.
As we reopen our economy, who or what will absorb all of the unmet schooling and child care needs?
Why aren’t policies in place to protect working people all the time, not only in crisis?
As the largest city in the state most immediately impacted by climate change, Anchorage can and should set aggressive clean-energy goals.
New organization in state House gives hope for fiscal solution with strong protection for salmon and public process.
OPINION: Alaska is rich in renewable energy, and it's time to tap the till.