Three budgets, a crime bill, a dividend and education funding.
“A sense of safety and security trumps every other need Alaskans have,” said Sen. Shelley Hughes, R-Palmer.
Legislators don’t appear eager to trust him.
The last living member of the Alaska Constitutional Convention panned the governor’s proposed slate of amendments on everything from their drafting to what they would mean for Alaska’s future.
Two polls suggest the governor’s already having popularity problems.
“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 boards and commission votes saw six rejections and one tabling.
Not everyone can make the list. Time is finite, after all.
The ads highlight comments from former Walker administration officials supporting Department of Public Safety Commissioner-designee Amanda Price as she faces other criticism about her work with Walker.
At least the Legislature believes it’s spared from a veto. It could be challenged in court.