The end is sight… maybe.
The House Majority Coalition calls it “repeal and replace.”
The House is pursuing an aggressive timeline for the narrowly built crime bill.
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 Senate’s set to roll out its budget this week, while the House rolls up its sleeves on crime.
Legislators said the administration couldn’t justify the propose changes.
The now-former judge said the law was the problem, not his approval of the plea deal and suggested the group that opposed his retention was “seeking some measure of political relevance.”
The ninth legislative day also featured the introduction of the much-awaited legislation to name the Common Raven as Alaska’s state bird.
A federal version of (the much-maligned) Senate Bill 91 wouldn’t be good for Alaska, Sullivan argued.