Senate Republicans said they were disappointed by the process, but said they’d give Mat-Su Assemblyman Randall Kowalke a consideration.
We agree with the victim that the per diem he’s collecting should go to the Tundra Women’s Coalition.
It’s time for that weekly stroll down into the shady, unsubstantiated alleyways of the Alaska political world. The 24th day of the session wasn’t particularly…
Opponents to the bill say they’re worried about a slippery slope.
Almost everyone supported funding schools early, but the vote was about more than just K-12 funding.
The chief justice delivered his final State of the Judiciary of his term. The House also passed its education budget without a funding source.
At the very least, it’s shaping up to be an interesting campaign.
There wasn’t a lot of news out of the 22nd day, but Wednesday looks more eventful.
Egan will serve the remainder of his term, leaving the solidly Democratic Juneau seat open for the 2018 elections.
The Legislature also is considering hiking fees on lobbyists and raising penalties for oil spills.