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Obama Administration Continues Regulatory Assault on Offshore Oil and Gas

Last week the Obama administration released yet another regulation intended to undermine the viability of the offshore oil and gas industry in the United States. On July 7, the Department of Interior announced its new rules for drilling offshore in Alaska. For the first time ever, the administration decided to create special rules for Alaska, more onerous than the rules that apply to offshore production in the rest of the country. No accidents or incidents have occurred to warrant these new aggressive rules, but then for a regulator when it comes to regulation, there never seems to be a need to ask why.

07/18/2016
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Small Businesses in Alaska Support Forfeiture Reform

A civil asset forfeiture reform bill currently working its way through the Alaska House of Representatives has gotten a boost from the state chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business. The organization, which promotes small businesses, see the threat posed by business owners through Alaska's terrible civil asset forfeiture laws.

03/23/2016
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Alaska Considers Justice Reform Recommendations

Known for its beautiful landscape, unforgiving weather conditions, and stunningly beautiful Aurora Borealis lights display, America’s last frontier continues to venture through paths unfrequented.

01/28/2016
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The case for justice reform in Alaska

BY Jason Pye and Jorge Marin

For 30 years, America’s correctional policies put more people in prison and kept them there longer. This practice made our country the world’s most enthusiastic jailer by far. We have roughly 2.3 million people behind bars today, or nearly one in every 100 American adults.

09/02/2015
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Get ready for another round of health plan cancellations

There's another round of health insurance policy cancellations coming, and the timing is more than a little awkward for vulnerable Senate Democrats, including Mark Begich (D-AK) and Kay Hagan (D-NC), who will learn their electoral fate next month.

10/02/2014
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Candidate Mark Begich’s “Priorities” vs. Senator Begich’s actions

Senator Mark Begich likes to claim to be “Independent as Alaska,” someone who puts the needs of his state ahead of partisan loyalty. Someone whose job it is to fight for what is best for Alaska, even if puts him at odds with his own party. However, the Begich Washington, D.C. sees is hardly the independent candidate Begich is trying to project back home. Let’s take a look at some of the ways candidate Begich and Begich differ.

09/22/2014
EPA SWAT Team Raids Remote Alaska Community
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EPA SWAT Team Raids Remote Alaska Community

Chicken, Alaska is a tiny community 30 miles west of the Canadian border and about 300 miles east from Fairbanks. With an official population of 7, Chicken has no electrical service, telephones or central plumbing.

09/17/2013