Yet another Friday in the Sun.
All options are still on the table, the regents say.
Consolidation isn’t a done deal, either.
‘The ol’ Benson chart.’
The University of Alaska has some room to breath with a smaller cut, but not that much room.
Initiative groups are facing tight turnarounds to get on the 2020 ballot, especially if they have any legal challenges.
The result makes it cheaper for Anchorage to bond, but there could be trouble in the future.
“As Alaskans, we refuse to jeopardize an existing, sustainable resource for the sake of an economically dubious project,” wrote the legislators.
The Legislature will have an opportunity to bump the initiative off the ballot by passing legislation materially similar to the bill.
Dodge’s fundraising is far higher than recent campaigns for Fairbanks mayor.