These are individuals, groups or feuds that came out not looking so hot by the time the Legislature gavelled out (though some might have found a bit of redemption before the final day).
Kito took issue with the leeway the House Majority Coalition has given House Rules Committee chair Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux on multiple issues.
After a commission eliminated session per diem for Juneau legislators, a Juneau legislator proposed cutting everyone else’s per diem by 75 percent.
Parish is stepping aside so his former legislative aide Rob Edwardson, who’s currently on the Juneau Assembly, can run for office.
Senate President Pete Kelly, the sponsor of the contraceptive study bill, faced tough questioning by the House Finance Committee.
The treatment of the smoke-free workplace bill was a step too far.
It’s the latest the budget has ever passed the House since the creation of the 90-day session.
Changes to legislator compensation and endless special sessions have the legislator ready to step aside.
More on the PFD, marijuana and legislative pay dominated Day 51.
Legislative pay would have been reduced to $45,360 annually.