Quick isn’t the only member of the Department of Administration to call it quits on Thursday.
A second report also calls into question his claims of receiving an MBA.
The ninth legislative day also featured the introduction of the much-awaited legislation to name the Common Raven as Alaska’s state bird.
Sen. Stedman had to remind the administration that the Legislature is an equal branch of government and won’t stand for “dictatorial control” of Alaska’s financial information.
Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy kept his first State of the State address short and to the point, and the point being that criminals better get the heck outta Alaska because hard-as-nails Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy is gunnin’ for you.
The future of new taxes in Alaska isn’t a matter of “if,” but a matter of “when.”
Informal meetings, early confirmations and the governor’s state of the state are on this week’s agenda.
“They didn’t ask for anything with that and they were good with that then,” Murkowski said of Senate Republicans. “And now we’re not good with it?”
Who really knows anymore.
Let’s set aside the juicy rumors swirling around the House “Majority” and the Sharon Jackson fiasco to focus in on some substantive policy issues that are coming into focus.