Republican infighting, the recall, a bizarre confirmation hearing, an “unorthodox request” plus a look at fundraising.
The legislation also deals with nuclear power, which Murkowski has said could be of particular interest to Alaska.
Leave it to Eastman.
New numbers are out from Planned Parenthood’s advocacy arm just as the legislators turn their attention to abortion bans.
The three main issues that came up were funding for public broadcasting, pre-K and prisons. The House funded only one of the three. Can you guess which one?
There’s a reason legislators have shied away from oil taxes in recent years.
Did the governor’s office have anything to do with the contract? Dunleavy says he can’t be sure but lashes out at legislators who dared question the contract.
Prax called the Legislature’s failure to override Dunleavy’s veto “a significant victory.”
Murkowski told the Legislature not to expect a lifeline from the feds when it comes to the looming REAL ID deadline.
The deadline to register as a Democrat and automatically receive a mail-in ballot is today. There’s still a few extra deadlines for procrastinators.