They can keep on hoping, but it’s time to start planning, said Regent John Davies.
If it’s a fight for good ol’ fashioned highway funds, then the University of Alaska should be very, very afraid.
Mostly memes and grumpy ranting.
Legislators have been deeply critical of the proposal, saying not only would it cost Alaska more but it would make Alaska less safe.
The vaccination money can be tapped to respond to disease outbreaks. The state announced a measles case just days earlier.
If the governor’s justification for an expanded sweep is legitimate, could the earnings reserve account be next?
The state has two weeks to put up the matching money for $1 billion or lose out on it entirely.
Even more bad news for the University of Alaska today.
A reminder: Alaska Native regional corporations are private, for-profit corporations.
The 2020 elections are already around the corner.