The Wasilla holdouts are apparently attempting to negotiate on something, but no timeline and no details have been publicized.
The letter doesn’t explicitly call on legislators to override the vetoes but marks a rare moment when the state’s Alaska Native regional corporations, which rarely wade into politics, speak together in unity.
Some legislators opposing the override suggested a negotiated compromise to restore some money here and there. Such a process could take months.
More on the numbers from earlier this week.
Chances of an override are slim with 22 legislators hiding out in Wasilla.
More bad news for the University of Alaska.
Maybe it’s the legislators in Juneau that want the vetoes to stand, Sen. Mia Costello argued.
It’s an unprecedented move for the Fairbanks paper.
The poll covered the days leading up to the vetoes and the days after they were released.