It’s that time of month again when all my freelance deadlines come crashing down in a perfect storm of crunch that I’ve never really got…
A third appointee of the Dunleavy administration is out.
Dunleavy cited Colorado as a shining example of requiring voter approval of taxes, but it’s also meant “an explosion in fees” and budgeting tricks by the state’s Legislature.
And, surprise, the House still doesn’t have an organization.
It reveals a grave misunderstanding of how Alaska’s budget process works.
With Alaska’s legislative session underway and a new governor who’s pledged to “match expenditures to revenues,” there’s uncertainty in just about every corner of Alaska…
The proposed cuts highlight the risk with relying one Legislature to keep the promises of another.
This year legislators are facing competing, often incompatible interests. Will they take the easy way out again?
The second week of the 2019 legislative session was a lot like the first.
Foul-mouthed jerks, less-than-honest “serial entrepreneurs” and MAGA memelords. All that and a little bit more in this edition of Friday in the Sun.