Today’s roundup will cap off the races for the Alaska House with an independent-heavy day going from Kenai to Southeast and back out to Western Alaska.
The study would look at the effectiveness of providing long-term contraceptives to women suffering from substance abuse.
Instead, legislators voted to support a $1,600 dividend.
Kelly’s said “no” to taxes, but his political opponents say his stance will eventually mean no PFD, either.
The political squabble over the education budget hasn’t done anything to help fund schools early.
The state says there are plenty of ironclad reasons to bar the Alaska Republican Party from cherry-picking primary candidates.
The Republican legislators ran afoul of the party by caucusing with Democrats.
The eye wars return, Nees finds APOC’s weakness, and people get snow stupid. It is Friday in the Sun!
The Alaska State House Majority held their first press conference of the legislative session earlier today. Since you likely don’t have a half-hour to watch and take it all in, here is a quick look at the major messages we heard.
In a move billed as an effort to make things more efficient, the new bipartisan Alaska State House Majority says they are revamping subcommittee overview of each state agency’s budget.