A second report also calls into question his claims of receiving an MBA.
Sen. Stedman had to remind the administration that the Legislature is an equal branch of government and won’t stand for “dictatorial control” of Alaska’s financial information.
The future of new taxes in Alaska isn’t a matter of “if,” but a matter of “when.”
Let’s set aside the juicy rumors swirling around the House “Majority” and the Sharon Jackson fiasco to focus in on some substantive policy issues that are coming into focus.
He’s proving Rep. Gary Knopp’s inclination to form a truly bipartisan coalition right.
Dunleavy’s proposal would stretch out the repayment of dividends over the next three dividends.
Jackson, if seated, would bring the numbers of the party-line Republican caucus to 20, still one short of claiming a majority.
The ACLU of Alaska argues that Chief of Staff Tuckerman Babcock gave the game away with his public comments, turning a lawful resignation request into an unconstitutional pledge of allegiance.
And, of course, the Republican “Majority” needs Jackson’s vote to elect their speaker.
Anchorage Democratic Sen. Bill Wielechowski’s taking the lead on the repayment of reduced and vetoed PFDs.