It’s making the Senate’s long floor session on the disaster declaration look quaint.
By the end of the marathon floor session, the promised fervent opposition to the measure had largely petered out with little debate about changes and, in some cases, little explanation about what proposed amendments did.
The legislation is based off the existing base student allocation funding formula, meaning funding will stay the same on a per-student basis.
It’d keep funding at status quo levels but provide some stability to teachers and districts.
You’ll have to tune into the Senate State Affairs Committee for your fix of Sen. Lora Reinbold.
The long-awaited rollout of the Senate Finance Committee’s version of legislation extending the state’s covid-19 disaster declaration didn’t feature any talk about case rates, hospital…
Typically, legislators would be starting to think about perhaps starting to maybe wrap things up. Instead, it’s a situation best described as quiet chaos with no certain end in sight.
The decisions regarding the money will be a welcome change of pace.
Now THAT is an Eagle Exit.
The House Health and Social Services Committee is putting in extra work to understand and evaluate the Dunleavy administration’s plan to divide the Department of Health and Social Services into two departments via executive order and what they’ve found is nothing but skepticism.