Senators said they’d rather get it right than do it fast. They also acknowledged that Alaska’s crime problems aren’t entirely SB 91’s fault.
The rule would also allow some clinics to provide incomplete information to pregnant patients.
Department of Administration Commissioner Kelly Tshibaka said she was unsure if she would be able to meet with legislators to talk about the budget.
The nonpartisan budget director says Dunleavy’s budget would likely mean higher taxes for many Alaskans, doesn’t have proper justification, isn’t that predictable and doesn’t really protect all of Alaska’s reserves.
But not after one councilman said LGBTQ people concerned with discrimination in Fairbanks were “full of shit.”
Legislators are worried that repaying dividends would put the remaining fund at risk and shrink future PFDs.
Make it right, do it now, it’s the Alaskan thing to do.
We break down the numbers so you don’t have to.
Dunleavy’s budget proposes deep cuts while protecting the industry. There’s a better way.
Even pro-Dunleavy legislators say they don’t see the vision for a better Alaska in the governor’s budget.