The measure cleared the House Judiciary Committee for the first time in the decade Rep. Andy Josephson has been carrying it.
Neither change should take a significant amount of time or processing power to complete.
Plenty of notes to make for… the next round of redistricting in 2031.
As always, speculating and prognosticating on Alaska politics is second only to speculating and prognosticating on who will be in the race to fill out the remainder of Congressman Don Young’s term in office. Which, hey, that’s the theme of the week!
A week ahead of schedule, the Alaska Supreme Court has reached a decision in the legal battle over the state’s redistricting plan and the Alaska Redistricting Board will have to head back to the drawing board.
The legislation would only require the state divest $7 million of an estimated $333 million of investments in Russia. Legislators said it was unconscionable.
“There was no attempt to override Ballot Measure 2,” Dunleavy said about his efforts to lobby the Legislature to overturn a significant piece of Ballot Measure 2.
The decision would not only impact the next decades of legislative districts but how maps are drawn going forward as well as the public’s involvement.
He was seeking his 26th term in Congress. State law requires a special election be held between 60 and 90 days from now.
The case will decide whether the maps produced by the Alaska Redistricting Board should stand for the next decade, whether they should be redrawn to Matthews’ standards or whether they should be redrawn by a whole different set of standards missed by the lower court.