A fast-approaching deadline, a cancelled weekend hearing, renewed focus and a new bill. The latest from the Legislature.
There’s additional polling out on the race for governor.
A potential new candidate enters the ring, end-of-session plans and other gossip and rumors from the Alaska political world.
Nearly a third of respondents didn’t recognize Dunleavy, a former state senator.
What a difference a few hours can make. The Senate introduces its capital budget, the House stalls out and more details emerge on Rep. Parish. The latest from the Alaska Legislature.
The Senate Rules Committee rejected an amendment to call loss of Alaska Native languages an “emergency” after changing it to “urgent need.”
Paper reveals Parish faced sexual harassment complaint just hours after he announced he wouldn’t seek re-election. An initiative-busting bill moves ahead, and another legislator is hit with an ethics violation. The latest in news from the Alaska Legislature.
After a commission eliminated session per diem for Juneau legislators, a Juneau legislator proposed cutting everyone else’s per diem by 75 percent.
Parish is stepping aside so his former legislative aide Rob Edwardson, who’s currently on the Juneau Assembly, can run for office.
The conference committee on the bill met after nearly a year of deadlock on the measure and requested powers that would let it rewrite key parts of the bill.