But a vote will have to wait until Monday.
Three budgets, a crime bill, a dividend and education funding.
Can legislators beat the clock?
The question is just how the inevitable overtime will play out.
It’s about integrity in the Legislature.
“A sense of safety and security trumps every other need Alaskans have,” said Sen. Shelley Hughes, R-Palmer.
The end is sight… maybe.
Legislators don’t appear eager to trust him.
The House Majority Coalition calls it “repeal and replace.”
Here’s what to keep in mind with conference committees, the 24-hour rule, surprise bill hearings, crime bills and consequences for legislators.