This op-ed was originally published in the Anchorage Daily News. While the bulk of state expenditures occur via the operating budget, the capital budget is a separate lever policymakers often use to cut or increase […]
Voting is a fundamental right and duty of American citizens. It is so important that enfranchisement is protected by four separate U.S. Constitutional amendments (the 15th, the 19th, the 24th, and the 26th). […]
Ten Alaskans selected for inaugural program The newly launched annual Alaska Leadership Academy (ALA) is proud to announce it has accepted ten Alaskans for the initial program cohort. This exciting program, sponsored by […]
Alaska Policy Forum joined over 70 nonprofits from around the country on a coalition letter to Congress, supporting critical free speech and privacy provisions.
By Aubrey Wursten Alaska consistently suffers from the highest health care spending per capita of any state. Multiple factors contribute to this problem, but easing Alaska’s restrictions on direct primary care (DPC), or […]
Webinar: The Accountability Myth with Dr. Michael McShane on Thursday, September 29 at 9:00 AM Critics of school choice often argue that traditional public schools are held accountable, while private and alternative schools […]
By Richard Hiller and Rod Crane at Reason Foundation, in conjunction with Alaska Policy Forum This is a review of Alaska’s defined contribution retirement plan (DCR), also referred to as Tier 4, and […]
If the word “normal” seems overused these days, you aren’t imagining it. Everyone wants to get back to normal. Especially in our local schools. But that’s easier said than done. My perception of […]