From smoking bills to university and from foster care to the wealthy, here’s our winners list for the 2018 legislative session.
The move sets up a head-to-head race between Walker (or another Democrat) and the eventual Republican candidate.
Walker’s approval rating collapsed after the PFD veto. Now it’s seven points below his highest ever rating.
There’s additional polling out on the race for governor.
Nearly a third of respondents didn’t recognize Dunleavy, a former state senator.
It’s going to be a busy year.
The governor’s campaign says it has yet to decide whether or not it will enter the Democratic primary.
The Senate also passed a bill that would free up Alaska Native corporations from liability for contaminated lands conveyed to them by the feds.
It’ll be by far the shortest vacancy of this year’s legislative session.
Gov. Bill Walker’s appointment of Mike “Dozer” Shower to the vacant Senate District E seemed like a sure-fire dunk yesterday.