Legislature to per diem rules: Drop dead

This isn’t how our system is supposed to work. Legislators opted to thumb their nose at their pay rules, and Alaskans are right to be angry.

Being our neighbors’ keepers

Making progress on homelessness and related issues in Anchorage starts with compassion and not turning away from the problem.

Another twist in the API saga

In choosing a long-term plan for the institute, Alaska should prioritize efficiency, but not to a degree that patient care is compromised.

Solving the harder side of the budget equation

If we are to achieve better outcomes, how will we do it — and how will we do so with resources substantially reduced from their current levels?

Governor, Alaskans have some questions

If Gov. Dunleavy wants his budget to succeed, he will have to explain why he considered some of his campaign promises less important than others.

Governor’s budget ax cuts deeper in rural Alaska

Our budgets reflect our values, and our values should not abide taking away more from those who are most vulnerable and least able to afford it.

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