It was largely uneventful.
It’s more technical than political.
With $1.25 billion on the way, oversight is as important as ever.
Here’s what happened on the Legislature’s “final” day.
The measure would extend the health emergency through Nov. 15, 2020.
At the very least, they ask, give rural communities the power to enforce their own restrictions.
Senate Democrats raised grave concerns that the by-mail election could disenfranchise voters.
The dividend goes to recipients of the 2019 dividend.
Olson says he will not contribute to the same decimation of rural Alaska that was seen during the 1918 Spanish Flu.
Both the Senate and governor’s administration have been closely involved in the formation of the legislation and support the measure. If the House process is anything to go by, the measure could be into effect by this Monday or even sooner.