Legislators have been deeply critical of the proposal, saying not only would it cost Alaska more but it would make Alaska less safe.
The vaccination money can be tapped to respond to disease outbreaks. The state announced a measles case just days earlier.
If the governor’s justification for an expanded sweep is legitimate, could the earnings reserve account be next?
The state has two weeks to put up the matching money for $1 billion or lose out on it entirely.
Even more bad news for the University of Alaska today.
Not exactly what the governor wanted from his Wasilla special session.
The group wants to get the recall effort right.
The group will face several high bars for consideration.
The letter doesn’t explicitly call on legislators to override the vetoes but marks a rare moment when the state’s Alaska Native regional corporations, which rarely wade into politics, speak together in unity.
More on the numbers from earlier this week.