Dunleavy’s proposal would stretch out the repayment of dividends over the next three dividends.
The ACLU of Alaska argues that Chief of Staff Tuckerman Babcock gave the game away with his public comments, turning a lawful resignation request into an unconstitutional pledge of allegiance.
Shuckerow brings some much-needed communications know-how to the Dunleavy administration.
There’s few changes from Gov. Bill Walker’s budget beyond increasing the PFD and revising the oil revenue forecast, but a promise for big cuts in the future.
The traditional meeting comes at a time the president’s interests might be at odds with Alaska’s interests.
It won’t be the commissioners—who, while their qualifications vary wildly, at least can call Alaska home—calling the shots.
Clarkson’s been on the losing end of many high-profile lawsuits.
Dunleavy’s administration reaches far beyond the 6’7” tall man who displayed so much compassion and so much gratitude to so many on Monday.
Small government, a big economy and an even bigger PFD payout.
In cases where employees are shielded by state law or boards and commissions from at-will firings, it’ll take the new administration a few more steps to reshape state government.