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.
The Senate’s set to roll out its budget this week, while the House rolls up its sleeves on crime.
The ads highlight comments from former Walker administration officials supporting Department of Public Safety Commissioner-designee Amanda Price as she faces other criticism about her work with Walker.
The Legislature also saw the passage of the ‘Save the Alaska State Fair(‘s alcohol license) Act’ and a reworked version of the conflict of interest rules bill.
Legislators also reviewed a proposal to end funding for medical education and the House continued to plug away with its budget.