The latest shot in a feud between Dunleavy and Republicans over the PFD.
The architect of Dunleavy’s budget is stepping into an advisory role.
Consolidation isn’t a done deal, either.
“As Alaskans, we refuse to jeopardize an existing, sustainable resource for the sake of an economically dubious project,” wrote the legislators.
The recall organizers say it should be done in 30 days and say they’re ready for whatever outcome.
The group pledges to bring a legal challenge if the Division of Elections denies the application.
Either the governor is spending money the Legislature hasn’t approved or he’s once again been caught between reality and his overpromises about cutting Medicaid. Either should raise alarm bells for legislators.
The group hit an important milestone, gathering half of what the group will eventually need for the petition process.
There’s been plenty to draw about this week.
The complete veto of state funding for public radio stations by Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy isn’t likely to force any stations immediately off the air,…