The Legislature is nearing what’s normally the final sprint, but there’s still plenty of ways for things to unravel.
More on the PFD, marijuana and legislative pay dominated Day 51.
The bill would make it easier for grocery stores and restaurants to donate excess food to shelters and food banks.
The flu season is taking its toll on the Alaska Legislature, but work hasn’t slowed much.
Here’s what happened in the seventh week of session and what to look forward to this week.
The House Finance Committee did one last round of budget amendments before sending the budget to public testimony.
It only took nearly half of the 90-day session, but the Senate is finally whole.
Most departments will see flat or increased funding under the House budget proposals.
Gov. Bill Walker’s appointment of Mike “Dozer” Shower to the vacant Senate District E seemed like a sure-fire dunk yesterday.
A bill legalizing industrial hemp farming also cleared the Legislature.