You’ll have to tune into the Senate State Affairs Committee for your fix of Sen. Lora Reinbold.
The race for school board Seat B is headed to an automatic recount.
We made it through another week.
He said his main goal in putting forward the legislation is because he sees broad agreement on the need to protect the Alaska Permanent Fund from being spent like other now-drained state savings accounts.
Stacey Stone, the attorney representing the Bronson campaign, conceded that there were some “small mistakes” in the reporting but objected to the allegations that the campaign was intentionally skirting disclosure laws.
The state needs some form of the legislation in place before the end of the month or else it will lose out on roughly $8 million in boosted federal support for the state’s food stamp program.
This legislation would follow the same process used to establish Alaska and Hawaii as states and would require a vote from Puerto Rico voters.
The May 11 mayoral run-off will be about who can consolidate support around them the best and who can keep momentum and interest running into the election.
The complaint was filed on Monday by the campaign of Anchorage mayoral candidate Forrest Dunbar campaign, alleging violations that fall into six broad categories totaling more than $170,000.
The $250 fine is the penalty prescribed for the first offense of not wearing a mask in the capitol building and is, to the best of our knowledge, the first time that such a fine has been levied in the building despite Reinbold’s repeated refusal to follow the masking rules.