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Tobeluk vs. Lind, commonly known as “the Molly Hootch case”, was a turning point in Alaska’s history. The settlement required the State of Alaska to end the segregated, boarding school system of education for Alaska Native schoolchildren. Continue reading
In 2016, Juneau voters made decisions about marijuana laws and a 3% local tax. Well, actually, 1 out of every 3 Juneau voters made that decision, because only 33.5% of us voted. I’d like to see that change.
We are coming down to the wire on the budget, and your testimony is needed before the Labor and Commerce Committee tonight. HB 115, the Education Funding Act, is an important part of the State House plan to stabilize our budget … Continue reading
Rep. Justin Parish (D-Juneau 34) has alerted us to a chance to support Alaska’s children.