Dunleavy had hoped to keep $4 billion ready to spend but a screw up with the budget means that money will be socked away forever.
Like he did with his accidental non-veto of one of the biggest single lines in the entire state budget, Dunleavy today relented in his fight with the judiciary.
Gara, who left the Legislature after not seeking re-election in 2018, set his sights on Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy in his announcement this afternoon.
Taking off for a long weekend after the 160-day slog that was this legislative session.
The case has its own legal problems that will need to be sorted out before it gets to the meat of the issue.
The budget now heads to the governor.
A perfect strategy.
Will an agreement come together or will wishlists see nearly 8% of the Alaska workforce laid off on July 1?
There’s probably a world beyond the politics of the state shutdown, I just don’t have time to look.