The Department of Administration’s proposal to shutter six Department of Motor Vehicles offices has already been rejected by a House budget panel, and now legislators are seeking stronger protections to ensure the offices stay open.
As long as Dunleavy stands in the way to durable solutions, Alaska’s financial woes will continue.
Tshibaka, who’s avoided accountability and oversight while working for the Dunleavy administration, says she’s running because “The D.C. insiders need to be held accountable to us.”
It’s just a matter of convincing adults to get vaccinated.
Opposition to the closures of the rural offices has gained bipartisan support in recent weeks as public backlash to the closures has grown, particularly as legislative hearings put the problems with the proposal in clearer relief.
“Good people make mistakes.”
Heads, you’re the speaker.
The House is still playing catch up and leaders in both chambers say this session is likely to go long.
Taylor says a case-by-case approach is better than a blanket waiver.