A long and ignoble battle comes to an end.
The messy, twisting process of getting this fix through the Legislature is particularly illustrative of the strange things that happen in the final days of the legislative session.
After two years of deeply divided, unproductive and bitter legislating, the Alaska Legislature found its stride in the last week to bring a largely productive and smooth finish to the session.
We’re a matter of tens of hours away from the end of the session, bringing a merciful end to a thoroughly underwhelming two years. While…
A last-minute amendment by a former bar owner targeting distilleries and breweries snarled a fix to the distillery the cocktail issue and years of negotiations on alcohol laws.
Cocktails, log rolling, end-of-session and Medicaid work requirements. Here’s what happened and what to look forward to.
There’s still a chance for the distillery cocktail issue to be addressed. The House kicked the tires on the Senate’s capital budget and election considerations are coming into play.
Opponents to the bill say they’re worried about a slippery slope.
The chief justice delivered his final State of the Judiciary of his term. The House also passed its education budget without a funding source.