What was supposed to be the least interesting bill heard on what was supposed to be the final day of the legislative session took quite a turn Sunday morning.
That appears to be the major undercurrent of the State Legislature as it enters overtime in the legislative session with historic fiscal issues still to be decided.
GOP intra-office memos, Chenault may be out, and Johnson may move up….Its Friday in the Sun!!!
Reps. Don Young (R, AK-AL), Ryan Zinke (R, MT-AL), and Scott Tipton (R, CO-3) all have drawn intriguing Democratic challengers.
The Rasmuson Foundation, through its program Plan4Alaska, today released an analysis of state revenue options they say shows new revenue bills offered by finance committees in the State House and State Senate to restructure use of Permanent Fund earnings are insufficient to meet Alaskaâ€™s budgetary needs.
Why is it social conservative groups love cartoons to prove their point?
In 2013, local cable TV and data communications company GCI spent millions to buy and upgrade KTVA, in both technology and on-air talent, to compete with KTUU. It is now closing in on three years since KTVA launched their new slate of news products. Are those changes paying off?
The belief among local Republican Party officials is that Rep. Jim Colver (R-Palmer) is working to form a bipartisan majority coalition in the state house, that his voting in opposition to the Houseâ€™s Republican leadership too often appears to be growing. Now multiple local party officials are searching for pressure that the party establishment can exert to bring Colver â€œback in line.â€
Now that this yearâ€™s Municipal elections have been put to bed, letâ€™s take a quick look at how next yearâ€™s races could shape up.
After a few days have passed in order to let the election results settle out, now is a good time to look at what we can take away from what happened Tuesday.