They’ll be due back in Wasilla on July 8.
The chamber refused to add a $3,000 PFD to the capital budget so minority Republicans refused to sign off on a way to pay for the budget, endangering more than $1 billion in federal highway funds.
It may not be “tough on criminals,” but it’s definitely tough on crime.
The money for the practice is also set to come out of the Power Cost Equalization fund.
The money would go to matching grants for the construction of new treatment facilities.
A veto of the budget would all but guarantee a government shutdown, unless the Legislature overrides it.
It’s not clear what’s next for the dividend.
With the Senate set to approve a $3,000 dividend, the Legislature is putting more money into savings.
Save the dividend for another day.