In a statement that sure looks like it was intended to be a private message to the president but that the president turned around and released anyways, Dunleavy told Trump what he wanted to hear.
The Legislative Budget and Audit Committee is bringing its auditing power to bear to find out who knew what and when in the firing of APFC executive director Angela Rodell.
But not before they introduce an election bill meant to appease far-right critics.
With very few exceptions, the First Amendment prohibits politicians from blocking people with their official social media accounts and deleting comments. Extreme right Eagle River Republican Sen. Lora Reinbold apparently didn’t get the memo.
The courts face a tricky balance of haste and fairness in expedited lawsuit over election districts.
Another week in the books.
Two members of the Alaska Redistricting Board are once again raising red flags about the actions of the board’s conservative majority, worrying that the board may intentionally delay the legal process in order to maintain the maps heading into the 2022 elections.
Let’s dig into the legal challenges.
But don’t worry, an account from a not-exactly-truthful press office says everything’s fine and that “Anchorage’s water supply remains safe for public consumption.”
There’s reason to take the latest allegations with a grain of salt but also reason to worry there might be one more fire contributing to all the smoke coming from city hall.