The motor fuel tax is one of the only significant pieces of new revenue on the table this year, the state’s response to the coronavirus, the dividend and Dunleavy weighs in on the recall.
Leave it to Eastman.
The three main issues that came up were funding for public broadcasting, pre-K and prisons. The House funded only one of the three. Can you guess which one?
Ferries, alcohol laws and the budget.
A bill proposes to set up a formal process for making designations for pristine waterways, but opponents say the proposal is overly political and effectively impossible.
Legislators warned the governor against deep cuts, calling them unrealistic “flim-flam” last year. Now Dunleavy’s asking for money to cover his error.
Rep. Eastman tried to cite Wikipedia in an attempt to extract his anti-abortion bill from committee.
Legislators bristle at the governor’s lack of leadership on the state’s financial issues.
It was a busy day.
A three-quarter vote would be exceedingly difficult for either chamber to muster without some serious deal-making.