While there’s good news for legislators who narrowly trailed on election night, the window is fast closing for others.
There’s no timetable for when the recommendations would be due back.
The court says the law violated the Alaska Constitution’s equal protections clause.
Today’s the day.
A postcard-based system is causing plenty of headaches, but it isn’t entirely a surprise.
These are individuals, groups or feuds that came out not looking so hot by the time the Legislature gavelled out (though some might have found a bit of redemption before the final day).
Some legislators might not be so thrilled to be on the same ballot as a measure targeting their per diem.
The three bills had been sidelined amid a “Mini Mutiny” of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Senate Judiciary Committee’s meeting devolved on Saturday amid brinkmanship between the chair and its members.
The increase is $5 million above the flat funding proposed by Gov. Bill Walker and about $14 million below what’s proposed in the House budget.