The judge says an order on the whether to put a halt to the expanded portion of the state-run COVID-19 business relief program will be out by tomorrow.
The state agency responsible for workplace safety across Alaska was not consulted about reopening amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The state needs to step up, says one legislator.
They say it like it’s a bad thing.
There’s been nothing fast or simple about the state’s small business relief program.
The folks who wrote the checks felt like Johnsen had done a pretty alright job.
“There is no end of dippy thinking in the governor’s office and apparently the attorney general’s office,” said the attorney behind the lawsuit that forced legislators back to Juneau.
Now’s not the time to rest easy, health experts said.
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.
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