Privatizing, plugging leaks and political payback.
Johnson said constitutional amendments should go to a vote of the people, which is how the process already works.
Instead of ensuring the changes would lower the crime rate, legislators worked on justifying the costs.
The plan would reduce future dividends and increase the risk the account could be zeroed out.
Another day without progress.
The impasse in the House sets a record.
Alaska’s truly unique when it comes to its constitutional ownership of natural resources and it’s created a critical floor for the state’s finances.
It’s that time of month again when all my freelance deadlines come crashing down in a perfect storm of crunch that I’ve never really got…