Wilson also sent a letter to the legislative aide saying, “It was not my intent to have an uncomfortable situation to occur as reported.”
The House also plans to swear in its newest member today.
The House has discussed expelling Fansler.
But the Alaskas Republican says she would support such a ban if “there are sufficient protections and exceptions.”
Even with meetings scheduled for Monday, it didn’t feel like much was happening.
Legislators are looking for a way out from under a nearly $2 billion backlog.
If Fansler doesn’t believe his behavior is disqualifying, his colleagues could decide for him.
Gossip and rumors from the political world including, but not limited to, 2018 campaigns, smoke-related legislation and letters, and bowling balls.
The Legislature is also expanding the scope of its sexual harassment policy update.
The banking rules didn’t go very far, but they’ve allowed nearly 400 banking institutions to being working with marijuana businesses.