The governor pledges a third special session focused on the dividend.
If it was all about starting a conversation, Dunleavy isn’t much of a conversationalist.
A shake-up had been rumored for weeks.
The trio lend the effort much-needed legitimacy as it faces a tough uphill battle of collecting tens of thousands of signatures.
The move sets its sights on reducing and eliminating administrative costs while limiting cuts to academics and research as much as possible.
The steadfast adherence to a campaign promise is no way out of the corner they’ve painted themselves into.
The vote would have restored the UA scholarship program, Power Cost Equalization and put up the money to secure nearly $1 billion in federal transportation project money.
They can keep on hoping, but it’s time to start planning, said Regent John Davies.
The state has two weeks to put up the matching money for $1 billion or lose out on it entirely.
The group will face several high bars for consideration.