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That the seat went to the one Democrat in the Republican majority is actually the very model of bipartisanship, argued Sen. Mia Costello.
The audit would reveal who received money from the state-run business relief program and how much they received.
Leave the politicking to another day, there’s major issues the Alaska Legislature must face on day one.
That order came on Monday, bringing finality to a race that has included a recount, a preposterous election contest that relied on Grand Canyon-sized leaps of logic and a conspiracy-laden recount appeal that accused dozens of voters of fraud without evidence.
While Gov. Mike Dunleavy was announcing a light-on-details plan to split the Department of Health and Social Services this afternoon, the Alaska Legislative Council approved a lawsuit challenging the governor’s refusal to follow the law on his appointments to boards and commissions.
Kodiak Republican Rep. Louise Stutes publicly confirmed Monday night that she’ll stick with the House coalition of independents and Democrats, cementing a 20-20 split in…
Update 6:36 p.m.: This post has been updated following Sen. David Wilson’s clarification on questions from today’s hearing. The Senate Health and Social Services Committee…
Patkotak spoke Wednesday with KOTZ Radio about his plans to organize in the House, throwing cold water on the hopes that he might quickly hand them the 21st vote or that he would be an ally at all.
Pruitt looks like he’ll beat Rep. Talerico for shortest time as speaker-elect.