Here’s what happened on the Legislature’s “final” day.
The dividend goes to recipients of the 2019 dividend.
Saving leverage for a fight that may never come.
The state’s budget picture is looking worse and worse every day.
The Dunleavy administration tried to make the case that breaking the spending limit on the permanent fund’s earnings to repay last year’s PFD isn’t the end of the world.
The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation says it could have been far worse.
The motor fuel tax is one of the only significant pieces of new revenue on the table this year, the state’s response to the coronavirus, the dividend and Dunleavy weighs in on the recall.
History shows the Legislature will prefer the easiest (relatively speaking) route to solve the deficit.
The confirmation vote brings an end to a standoff between Senate Republicans and the governor.
A scary specter.