Zulkosky is the 19th woman to be currently serving in the Alaska Legislature, the most in the Legislature’s history.
Articles by Matt Buxton
Another tumultuous week in the Legislature is drawing to a close with a quiet Friday, so take a break and catch up on the latest in political rumors and gossip.
The representative was joking with fellow legislators on the way to the hospital.
Senate Democrats wanted to tell the feds to respect Alaska’s marijuana vote. Republicans gave them a watered down resolution that sides with the feds.
More on the PFD, marijuana and legislative pay dominated Day 51.
The comments make Sullivan one of a growing group of Republicans and industry members worried about the tariffs’ impact.
The bill would make it easier for grocery stores and restaurants to donate excess food to shelters and food banks.
Kelly’s said “no” to taxes, but his political opponents say his stance will eventually mean no PFD, either.
The flu season is taking its toll on the Alaska Legislature, but work hasn’t slowed much.
Without the additional funding, public defenders would be working beyond their ethical limit leading to slowdowns, delays and mistakes.