It was a busy day.
A three-quarter vote would be exceedingly difficult for either chamber to muster without some serious deal-making.
Day 1 drama.
The budget, the dividend, the budget, ferries, the budget, shakeups and the budget.
While FischerMania was running wild in Juneau, here’s what happened.
With the 24-hour rule set to go into effect today, the Legislature will hit full speed for the remaining stretch.
It was a surprise move, but with a full vote of the Senate and a conference committee with the House still ahead it’s also far from final.
With less than three weeks left in the 121-day session, there’s still no clear direction on what to do with the Alaska Permanent Fund dividend, if anything.
A new crime bill, notable floor speeches and more from Day 100.
The Senate continued work on the budget, floating a variety of ideas for what to do with the PFD.