The amendment would add about $900 million to the state operating budget.
Legislation passed the House last year that would allow people with overturned convictions to apply for missed dividends. It has not yet had a hearing in the Senate.
Testifiers misunderstood the proposal, backers say.
The Legislature is nearing what’s normally the final sprint, but there’s still plenty of ways for things to unravel.
More on the PFD, marijuana and legislative pay dominated Day 51.
The resolution would have asked voters if the dividend should be placed in the constitution.
The House Finance Committee did one last round of budget amendments before sending the budget to public testimony.
The 2018 session will shape the 2018 elections, which will shape the 2020 redistricting board, which will shape the Legislature’s future.
Today, we’re looking at some of the biggest stories we’re looking forward to in 2018.
Dunleavy stands to be the full-PFD candidate in 2018.