Dennis Egan served in the Alaska Legislature as Juneau’s senator for a decade, leaving a lasting impression as a gruff-but-charming fixture of the building and an icon of Alaska’s capital city.
Parish is stepping aside so his former legislative aide Rob Edwardson, who’s currently on the Juneau Assembly, can run for office.
The treatment of the smoke-free workplace bill was a step too far.
Egan will serve the remainder of his term, leaving the solidly Democratic Juneau seat open for the 2018 elections.
The Legislature also is considering hiking fees on lobbyists and raising penalties for oil spills.
Senate Democrats Hire New Press Secretary to Help Communicate Progressive Agenda for Alaska FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 7, 2015 ANCHORAGE — The Alaska Senate Democratic Caucus…
The facts show Hawker made a rightfully troubling and politically tone deaf deal, but singling him out is both unfair and misses the true context of the situation. For Alaska Democrats to themselves call him out is downright hypocritical and gross.