Johnson said constitutional amendments should go to a vote of the people, which is how the process already works.
The plan would reduce future dividends and increase the risk the account could be zeroed out.
Another day without progress.
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.
It reveals a grave misunderstanding of how Alaska’s budget process works.
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.
By contributing writer TJ Presley In keeping with his campaign style, Mike Dunleavy’s first State of the State speech was, let’s say, light on the…
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.