Flat funding, they argue, is the same as a cut amid rapidly rising inflation.
As legislators noted, though, the “devil’s in the details.” Has the governor turned a new page, but is it really a new story?
The measures each last for 60 days, giving the assembly time to continue its investigations into the administration and craft more durable, long-term solutions to fence in what appears to be an out-of-control mayor.
It’s the first time a mostly Republican majority has held the chamber since 2017.
It’s starting to feel like the early 2010s around the Alaska Legislature! The Senate is helmed by a bipartisan supermajority led by Senate President Gary…
The art of demanding a compromise without offering compromise.
The split 2-1 decision clears the way for the Anchorage Democrat to be sworn in next Tuesday.
In briefings provided to the Alaska Supreme Court, Vazquez’s attorney Stacey Stone argues that the ruling was made in “complete defiance” of the case law on residency in Alaska.
After being fired, Amy Demboski dropped a bombshell tell-most letter about her time in the Bronson administration. If only someone could’ve done something about it.