Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation eyeing take over of federal wetlands permitting program under Clean Water Act Section 404.
SB 121 bans PFAS foams when the Federal Aviation Admin stops forcing their use, please plan to testify in support of SB 121 on Tuesday April 12th.
New legislative district boundaries are drawn every ten years based on the most recent census data. In 2021 the Alaska Redistricting Board adopted a final redistricting plan for Alaska, which delineates the districts legislators will represent. The politics of redistricting are rife with power grabs, and the maps are almost always litigated. The balance of power in the Legislature is …
So far, only three states in the United States have assumed primacy for dredge and fill permitting in wetlands. One of those states – Florida – assumed permit primacy in the waning days of the Trump administration. Like Governor Sean Parnell before him, Governor Dunleavy wants Alaska to pay for wetland permitting that is now being paid for by the …
HB 398 creates more bureaucracy, expense, and red tape that strips Alaskans of our right to protect our waters. This bill is bad.
The Dunleavy Administration, DEC, mine promoters want state primacy on permitting to streamline industrialization of areas like the Bristol Bay.
RPS policy offers an exciting future for the State of Alaska, with economic benefits, jobs, innovative technologies, and lower rates.
Voice your solidarity with the young plaintiffs in Sagoonick v. State Alaska, join us March 1st.
It is time to voice support for this act. Let your legislator know that you support the swift passage of the Tribal Recognition Bill.
State recognition of Tribes will honor the first peoples of this land and the historical, economic, and cultural value they hold.