From smoking bills to university and from foster care to the wealthy, here’s our winners list for the 2018 legislative session.
In the final days of the session, the Legislature finally approved a smoke-free workplaces bill that’s been in the works for five years.
After two years of deeply divided, unproductive and bitter legislating, the Alaska Legislature found its stride in the last week to bring a largely productive and smooth finish to the session.
Senate Bill 63 has been locked up in the House Rules Committee for the nearly the entire session. It’s finally scheduled to be up for a vote today, which is likely to be the final day of the session.
We’re a matter of tens of hours away from the end of the session, bringing a merciful end to a thoroughly underwhelming two years. While…
A fast-approaching deadline, a cancelled weekend hearing, renewed focus and a new bill. The latest from the Legislature.
Senate President Pete Kelly, the sponsor of the contraceptive study bill, faced tough questioning by the House Finance Committee.
Legislators are working like they’ll be out in 90 days. Here’s what happened and what to look forward to.
The three bills had been sidelined amid a “Mini Mutiny” of the Senate Judiciary Committee.