The Republican governor was met with several forms of protest when he took the stage at the state’s largest annual gathering of Alaska Natives.
The University of Alaska hits the brakes on an budget-driven overhaul.
Despite pushing a cuts-heavy budget, Dunleavy says there’s “plenty of money” for supplemental PFD.
The architect of Dunleavy’s budget is stepping into an advisory role.
Consolidation isn’t a done deal, either.
Either the governor is spending money the Legislature hasn’t approved or he’s once again been caught between reality and his overpromises about cutting Medicaid. Either should raise alarm bells for legislators.
The move sets its sights on reducing and eliminating administrative costs while limiting cuts to academics and research as much as possible.
No $3,000 PFD… yet.
On a vote of 31-7.
If the governor’s justification for an expanded sweep is legitimate, could the earnings reserve account be next?