The case could have major impacts on the 2018 elections, including the governor’s race.
Immediate family would no longer be able to ask a judge to temporarily take away someone’s guns.
A House committee also introduced an updated version of the gun violence protective order bill that narrows the scope of the bill.
The amendment would add about $900 million to the state operating budget.
The state warns the amendment would effectively unconstitutionally repeal the 2016 automatic voter registration initiative.
The floor debate on the budget once again came to a crashing halt.
Changes to legislator compensation and endless special sessions have the legislator ready to step aside.
One amendment would have forced people to choose between their PFD and public assistance.
Alaska recognizes 20 Alaska Native languages as official state languages. A new report says many could be extinct by the end of this century.
Committees advanced key non-budget legislation on Wednesday.