Legislators from both sides of the aisle and from across Alaska fire back to Dunleavy’s proposed budget. Meanwhile, something is afoot in the House.
An overly in-depth break down of the first 10 of 50 legislative races.
The example of a hypothetical factory looked roughly similar to the impact of the very real F-35s.
Gillam sucks up to the GOP, Grenn scores big, the Gov looking for new staff. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!!!!
The primary election was fun, and lively, and entertaining, but is also now in the books. Now we turn our attention to the general election in November. Here is a quick primer on what weâ€™re watching.
Nees takes on the GOP establishment, the race for speaker heats up, and Ted Stevens Day is here. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!
Here are five quick takeaways the rest of the media missed on candidate filing day
That appears to be the major undercurrent of the State Legislature as it enters overtime in the legislative session with historic fiscal issues still to be decided.
The two legislators in charge of crafting the Alaska’s capital budget say with oil prices low and the state facing at least a $3.5 billion deficit there should be no “discretionary spending” this year.