The charges highlight LeDoux’s alleged efforts to have people register to vote in her district despite not living in it.
The state’s budget picture is looking worse and worse every day.
It also asks students to stay home.
The Alaska Republican Party says its agenda will be limited to a handful of critical items. Meanwhile, Democrats have sent out their by-mail ballots for the presidential primary.
The governor said the chief concern is preparing for the virus, saying economic impacts would come second.
The Legislature is already ahead of schedule on the budget.
The Dunleavy administration tried to make the case that breaking the spending limit on the permanent fund’s earnings to repay last year’s PFD isn’t the end of the world.
Coronavirus-induced market panics have erased billions of dollars in value from the Alaska Permanent Fund, oil has plummeted amid a emerging price war between Russia and the Saudis, and the summer tourism industry could be slammed with cancellations, putting the pinch on nearly every corner of Alaska.
Time doesn’t heal all wounds, and neither does a status quo budget.
Here’s how the remarkably speedy process came together.