When it rains, it pours.
Just because the governor has the veto power, the ACLU argues that it doesn’t make everything he vetoes constitutional.
Today’s appeal doesn’t specifically address Clarkson’s legal rationale, but instead asks the Superior Court to enforce the constitution and state law.
The state said the recall application met the technical grounds but didn’t meet the legal grounds for a recall.
Dunleavy’s been on the stump for national support against the recall.
Does any Twitter feud really matter?
It’s easy to promise to fund VPSO recruits if there aren’t any.
The Republican governor was met with several forms of protest when he took the stage at the state’s largest annual gathering of Alaska Natives.
The legislation would have put a stop to the hiring of temporary exempt employees as well as another law that didn’t require legislative oversight of salary increases for certain positions.
Holland brings nearly three decades of state experience to the job.