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.
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Dunleavy stands to be the full-PFD candidate in 2018.
The budget still expects a smaller dividend at about $1,216.
It’s the second year in a row Alaskans will get a smaller dividend, but this time it’s with the support of the Legislature.
It’s not likely to be as high-profile a trip as the other Facebook co-founder’s visit to Alaska, but Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes is set to…
The Supreme Court rejected the argument brought by Anchorage Sen. Bill Wielechowski.
Two members of the House Majority’s leadership voted against the budget because it didn’t fully fund the dividend.