The bill already has the support of half of the House.
The first week is in the bag, here’s what’s in store for the week two.
The constitutional guarantee to due process requires sentences match the severity of the crime.
After a three-day marathon floor session, dozens of amendments and one threat of retaliation on social media, the House has passed Senate Bill 54, legislation…
There’s rising concern that the behavior of a handful of legislators is fueling threats, perhaps even intentionally.
Observations on the latest in the Alaska political scene’s gossip and rumors.
Who knows what will happen over the remainder of session, but if the first few days are anything to go by, then it’s going to get messy.
Walker knew his proposal to break the Alaska Legislature’s gridlock over the fiscal crisis–which picked from the Senate and House stances–wouldn’t be popular.
The many tales of Eagle River politics and Cathy Giessel’s bad, bad week. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!
Late this afternoon the House Republican Caucus, who will be in the minority in the next legislature, released their organization and leadership positions.