Average Alaskans support his budget, Dunleavy says.
Legislators also reviewed a proposal to end funding for medical education and the House continued to plug away with its budget.
The Legislature continued with a packed schedule on Day 65. More stuff than we can keep track of happened, but here’s a few of the…
The 64th day of the Alaska legislative session was another busy one. Everyone got a look at the unannounced sponsor of the governor’s upcoming road show, representatives went to work mending the budget and yet another controversial appointee is out.
But it was a subcommittee walkout that ruled the day.
Repealing the program that stations pollution monitors on cruise ships would show Alaska is open for business. The only problem is that cruise lines are already booming.
There was record tun out to oppose the elimination of the marine highway.
The Senate had rejected the provision on the first pass, but supported it thanks to reworked language (and an unavoidable deadline).
The 50th day of the Alaska Legislature is in the books. Finance subcommittees continued the grind, we heard more from the public on the PFD…
The bill is tailored to address multiple issues raised in the no-jail sentence of Justin Schneider for a shocking 2017 kidnapping and sexual assault on a woman.