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Now, the new tax bill mandates that the Interior Department open ANWR's coastal plain to oil leasing – thereby finally achieving what special interests and some Alaska elected officials have, for decades, been unable to do. How “climate aware” is the tax bill? For example, does the tax bill leave in place ...
Alaska's elected officials also started to worry about the economic lifespan of the state's cash cow. As the pipeline reached peak flow in 1988 and began to decline, the oil industry increasingly argued that the Alaska Pipeline was not designed to transport small volumes of Arctic oil. The problem is that when ...

Alaska's elected officials say drilling can be done with minimal harm to the environment and would provide much needed jobs and revenue. Environmental groups and Alaska Native villages south of the refuge say drilling would harm caribou and that the refuge is more valuable kept as a wilderness area.
Clement argues that while Alaska's elected officials are actively fighting against the impacts of climate change, their efforts must be supported by the federal government if the state is going to, as he writes, “stave off a life-threatening situation” for Native villagers. The Trump Administration has repeatedly ...
Alaska's elected officials know climate change presents a real risk to these communities. Gov. Bill Walker (I) and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) have been sounding the alarm and scrambling for resources to help these villages. But to stave off a life-threatening situation, Alaska needs the help of a fully engaged ...
"It's important to remember that, in Alaska, elected officials cannot be subjected to recall simply for a political disagreement but instead can only be subjected for recall for cause," said Glatt, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska. The council members, in court documents, have argued ...

“That's why the ACLU is standing up for the voters in Homer: to make sure we have a court say, in Alaska, elected officials like city council members cannot be recalled for office because they're exercising their right and obligation to speak on the issues of the day.” Aderhold, Lewis and Reynolds had no ...
Alaska's elected officials called that an outrage and an infringement on state rights. The dispute reached the White House. President Donald Trump on Monday [April 3] signed a resolution approved by the U.S. House and Senate to revoke a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rule banning most predator control ...
Alaska's elected officials called that an outrage and an infringement on state rights. The dispute reached the White House. President Donald Trump on Monday signed a resolution approved by the U.S. House and Senate to revoke a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rule banning most predator control on ...
... Thomas and Marcy Gordon contributed to this report. Comments from Alaska elected officials were added by Journal reporter Naomi Klouda.
Clement argues that while Alaska's elected officials are actively fighting against the impacts of climate change, their efforts must be supported ...
Alaska's elected officials know climate change presents a real risk to these communities. Gov. Bill Walker (I) and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) have ...
“It's important to remember that, in Alaska, elected officials cannot be subjected to recall simply for a political disagreement but instead can only ...
“It's important to remember that, in Alaska, elected officials cannot be subjected to recall simply for a political disagreement but instead can only ...
“That's why the ACLU is standing up for the voters in Homer: to make sure we have a court say, in Alaska, elected officials like city council ...
Alaska's elected officials called that an outrage and an infringement on state rights. The dispute reached the White House. President Donald ...
Alaska's elected officials called that an outrage and an infringement on state rights. The dispute reached the White House. President Donald ...

Alaska's elected officials called that an outrage and an infringement on state rights. The dispute reached the White House. President Donald ...
The announcement was met with broadly positive reactions from Alaska's elected officials. “I applaud the announcement by Repsol and its ...
... urging Obama to eliminate the possibility of Arctic offshore drilling in the near future. Alaska's elected officials strongly support Artic drilling.
... urging Obama to eliminate the possibility of Arctic offshore drilling in the near future. Alaska's elected officials strongly support Artic drilling.
In June, a group of Alaska elected officials, Alaska Natives, and local business leaders called for Arctic leases to be included in the next ...
It further antagonized Alaska's elected officials, who view the administration as waging war on the 49th state's troubled economy while oil prices ...
He either understands things much, much better than many so-called experts, or he's being willfully cavalier about a situation that affects every resident of the state.
Alaska's elected officials also condemned the move, arguing that the federal government was overstepping its bounds and disregarded the need for more vigorous energy development in their state.
The Arctic Energy Center, which supports Arctic drilling, criticized the poll for polling voters across the country, saying locals support the oil and gas industry and stand to benefit from increased production.
The Arctic Energy Center, which supports Arctic drilling, criticized the poll for polling voters across the country, saying locals support the oil and gas industry and stand to benefit from increased production.
Lease sales and Arctic offshore drilling is strongly supported by Alaska elected officials seeking new sources of oil to fill the trans-Alaska pipeline, now running at about one-quarter capacity.
Lease sales and Arctic offshore drilling is strongly supported by Alaska elected officials seeking new sources of oil to fill the trans-Alaska pipeline, now running at about one-quarter capacity.
Lease sales and Arctic offshore drilling is strongly supported by Alaska elected officials seeking new sources of oil to fill the trans-Alaska pipeline, now running at about one-quarter capacity.
The 388 signees include scientists from 13 countries and 25 current or emeritus professors at the University of Alaska. Their opinion runs counter to Alaska elected officials, who strongly support opening Alaska waters to drilling as a new source of ...
Their opinion runs counter to Alaska elected officials, who strongly support opening Alaska waters to drilling as a new source of oil for the trans-Alaska pipeline.
He pleaded guilty to bribery and testified in the trials of three Alaska elected officials, including Stevens, his one-time friend.
He pleaded guilty to bribery and testified in the trials of three Alaska elected officials, including Stevens, his one-time friend.
The move comes after years of lobbying by Alaska's elected officials -- local, state and congressional -- for the high-dollar military project, in hopes that it would prevent downsizing at the base.
Though I recognize changes are coming, I also have faith Alaska's elected officials, even in an election year, will recognize the potential of the state's tax credit programs and base their budget decisions on an understanding of the delicate balance ...
Though I recognize changes are coming, I also have faith Alaska's elected officials, even in an election year, will recognize the potential of the state's tax credit programs and base their budget decisions on an understanding of the delicate balance ...
Alaskans who remember the 1980s know just how difficult a fiscal crisis can be. Back then, plummeting oil prices led to a mass exodus from the state, which in turn caused the housing market to collapse under the weight of homes left vacant by those who ...


 

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