Local Republicans have reportedly advanced Vicki Wallner, the founder of the Facebook group “Stop Valley Thieves,” for consideration.
The political squabble over the education budget hasn’t done anything to help fund schools early.
The Legislature is officially a third of the way through the regular 90-day session, but in all likelihood there’s at least another 90 days left.
Making light of allegations that a legislator violently attacked a women didn’t go over well for Rep. Rauscher.
Walker has an opportunity to make the Legislature more representative of Alaska as he heads back to the drawing board to fill the Senate District E vacancy.
Walker now has 10 days to come up with a new name.
The education battle continues, and the House Majority takes a hardline position of its own.
Legislators are still fighting over that education budget.
The Anchorage Chamber of Commerce staked out its opposition last week to Prop 1, the bathroom bill initiative on the April 3 ballot.
Rep. Zach Fansler’s resignation becomes official today, while Senate Republicans mull what to do with a new appointment.