But a vote will have to wait until Monday.
Three budgets, a crime bill, a dividend and education funding.
Can legislators beat the clock?
The question is just how the inevitable overtime will play out.
It’s about integrity in the Legislature.
“A sense of safety and security trumps every other need Alaskans have,” said Sen. Shelley Hughes, R-Palmer.
The “War on Criminals” isn’t cheap.
Dodge came within a vote and a coin toss of an Alaska House seat last year.
“What is the goal of having quarterly payments?” asked one legislator.