“Sure just wish we weren’t in this place in the first place,” Murkowski said of legislation to protect Mueller from being fired.
It’ll be the second time in six months that the capital city’s newspaper has changed ownership.
Legislators are working like they’ll be out in 90 days. Here’s what happened and what to look forward to.
Walker’s appointment to the Board of Midwives had a work past many social conservatives found objectionable.
The three bills had been sidelined amid a “Mini Mutiny” of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The House Rules Committee, which has held the bill for most of session, has finally scheduled a hearing on the bill.
The Senate Judiciary Committee’s meeting devolved on Saturday amid brinkmanship between the chair and its members.
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The increase is $5 million above the flat funding proposed by Gov. Bill Walker and about $14 million below what’s proposed in the House budget.
The governor’s campaign says it has yet to decide whether or not it will enter the Democratic primary.