She noted that outside a records request, there’s also no requirement for the governor to volunteer that information, either, and that the Legislature may need to step in if they want the answers public.
With a lack of answers about the timing of the revisions, Rep. Spohnholz said “It’s a scapegoat for bad execution.”
The word “insurmountable” comes to mind.
He will be missed.
“The time for effective action to control the epidemic in Alaska is running out, but it is not too late to prevent a health care crisis.”
Getting rid of Eastman would be a step to a more controllable House, but he’s not the start or the end of the problem.
I asked him several times, just to be sure.
Snyder, who came within 200 votes of unseating Republican Rep. Lance Pruitt in 2018, has raised more than any other legislative candidate this year.
It’s this lack of urgency in fixing the program—encapsulated by an administration seemingly caught flat-footed, unable to seize upon its victory in court—that makes the governor’s words so tone deaf.
Pat Pitney will be heading back to the University of Alaska.