Here’s what happened on Day 98.
“There’s a lot of great locations in the state of Alaska, Juneau is certainly a great location, Anchorage is a great location, Wasilla is a great location,” the governor said about special session locations, adding, “Delta is a great location.”
The boards and commission votes saw six rejections and one tabling.
It wasn’t quite as smooth sailing for the governor’s boards and commissions appointments.
The state’s lone operating dairy would be unable to sell its milk on store shelves without the position, forcing them out of business.
At least the Legislature believes it’s spared from a veto. It could be challenged in court.
The Legislature continued with a packed schedule on Day 65. More stuff than we can keep track of happened, but here’s a few of the…
More focus on Anchorage-centric projects like the Port of Alaska and the Ted Stevens International Airport, please.
The bill’s author says it could be fixed with a narrow change.
Such an initiative would face legal challenges, which its sponsors have already anticipated with a section saying a previous voter initiative simply doesn’t apply.