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Tag: PFD

Stevens: Comment now on proposed state budget

Editor’s note: Sen. Gary Stevens, R-Kodiak, asks his constituents to respond to a single question on the proposed state budget by Monday, March 4...

Proposed state budget would hit hard on economy

Legislators faced with the monumental task of coming up with a frugal state budget that provides needed services are just at the beginning of...

Deep cuts expected in Dunleavy’s revised budget

Hello again from the Capitol. The 2019 session is now in its fourth week and the Capitol is a busy place. In recent weeks,...

Vigorous debate is likely on the PFD payback bills

Hello again from Juneau. The first session of the 31st Alaska State Legislature, and my 19th year in state office, is underway. There are...

Honoring the legacy of Ted Stevens

December 24 is a special day in Alaska's history. Fifty years ago, on Christmas Eve in 1968, Gov. Wally Hickel appointed a young veteran...

Co-Ho-Ho: Amusing tales from three cities

It’s the Co-Ho-Ho time of the year. While there seems to be very little to laugh about in the news, one just has to...

Begich: What will be the future of the Permanent Fund Dividend?

With the next legislative session right around the corner, Gov. Bill Walker revealing his last budget proposal, and Governor-elect Mike Dunleavy getting ready to...

Through Alaska’s strength and unity, we can overcome challenges

By Mark Begich For The Cordova Times On Nov. 6 Alaskans have a decision to make -who will be the best person to lead Alaska? This...

Letter: In support of Dunleavy

As an Alaskan born and raised in the village, I support Mike Dunleavy for governor. Here’s why: Mike lived in rural Alaska for 19 years,...

It’s time to set the campaign record straight

By Deborah Bonito For The Cordova Times Given the current lack of public trust in our political system and the dangerous lack of honesty and accountability...