Washington (CNN) --- The Senate voted Wednesday to pass a measure that would repeal changes to net neutrality rules that were recently adopted by the Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission. The measure, which was backed by all 49 Democrats and...read more
Under a new federal initiative, Alaska will help pioneer expanded uses for drones, including remote delivery of medical devices and long-distance surveillance of the trans-Alaska pipeline.read more
The Alaska Senate has narrowly approved a formal statement supporting a “free and open” internet that’s equally accessible to all consumers.read more
In 2002, when Yahoo was the Web’s main search engine and Amazon still mostly sold books, I founded a family-run Alaska-based e-commerce company selling custom mouse pads. Over the last 16 years, our company has created custom-printed merchandise for more than 23,000...read more
Along with my colleagues, Sens. Tom Begich and Bill Wielechowski, I have introduced a package of legislation that would protect net neutrality in Alaska and urge Congress to reverse a recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) order eliminating net neutrality...read more
Saturday evening March 24 saw two fatal shootings by law enforcement officers across Alaska, one by an Alaska State Trooper in the village of Nikolaevsk, the other by an Anchorage Police Department officer inside an East Anchorage trailer park; neither department uses body cameras, a tool that is increasingly employed by police across the country to document such incidents.read more
“The right of the people to privacy is recognized and shall not be infringed. The legislature shall implement this section.”
Article 1, Section 22 of the Alaska Constitution.