Sure, Gov. Bill Walker’s budget isn’t as transparent as he says, but the Legislature has transparency problems of its own.
The agreement sets up an exchange of federally owned refuge land for the road.
The first week is in the bag, here’s what’s in store for the week two.
As legislators complain about Walker’s plan to cut per diem and pay, Walker says the process is broken.
The speech is set to begin at 7 p.m. in front of a joint session of the House and Senate.
“It’s something that we know best about.”
The 2018 session will shape the 2018 elections, which will shape the 2020 redistricting board, which will shape the Legislature’s future.
Walker joins other governors in sending Congress a bipartisan message.
The budget still expects a smaller dividend at about $1,216.
Governor says the state should withhold pay and per diem when legislators can’t pass a budget on time.