A delayed roadblock and delayed by a roadblock.
Just because the governor has the veto power, the ACLU argues that it doesn’t make everything he vetoes constitutional.
Today’s appeal doesn’t specifically address Clarkson’s legal rationale, but instead asks the Superior Court to enforce the constitution and state law.
The suit argues “Governor Dunleavy has created a manufactured crisis for Alaska’s seniors that could easily have been avoided through a well-publicized, gradual rate increase.”
The state said the recall application met the technical grounds but didn’t meet the legal grounds for a recall.
The confirmation vote brings an end to a standoff between Senate Republicans and the governor.
Dunleavy’s been on the stump for national support against the recall.
The single-subject rule is supposed to be interpreted broadly.
It’s easy to promise to fund VPSO recruits if there aren’t any.
A trip to the court is a possibility.