“There’s certainly a lot to talk about if needed but if not that’s fine,” Wool said before the committee held the vote on the measure.
The audit would reveal who received money from the state-run business relief program and how much they received.
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It’s likely that the early payout is the governor’s latest and perhaps best shot at securing a second round of dividends, but that comes with its own can of worms.
It’s more technical than political.
The Legislature contends that Dunleavy’s authority to spend the money on his own is extremely limited. The return would be expected in the “next couple weeks” in order to pass a spending plan for the federal relief money.
Soon, the state will have clear tools to go after anyone who price gouges on food, medical supplies, fuel and cleaning products.
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.