Legislators don’t appear eager to trust him.
And, surprise, the House still doesn’t have an organization.
It reveals a grave misunderstanding of how Alaska’s budget process works.
A long-await bill is scheduled for the floor, the capital budget is growing and multiple bills passed, including one that would bump an initiative off the general election ballot.
It wasn’t a particularly exciting end to the voter-approved 90-day session.
Legislators are still fighting over that education budget.