The state warns that repealing the disaster declaration would undermine its vaccination efforts.
That the seat went to the one Democrat in the Republican majority is actually the very model of bipartisanship, argued Sen. Mia Costello.
Maybe it’s the legislators in Juneau that want the vetoes to stand, Sen. Mia Costello argued.
The final rundown of legislative race previews in this week’s series.
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).
The Senate Judiciary Committee’s meeting devolved on Saturday amid brinkmanship between the chair and its members.
Things could quickly get out of hand in Juneau, but the situation could be helped if legislators keep a few basic questions in mind.
On our May 28 episode of Alaska’s most listened-to political podcast, Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar discuss Trump’s new budget and more White House scandals, Sen. Dan Sullivan’s town hall, and the legislature’s voting down Drew Phoenix’s nomination to the Human Rights Commission because he’s transgender. Casey and Forrest also talk with Rep. Jason Grenn about his first legislative session and Matt Buxton about taking over the helm of The Midnight Sun.
In our February 5 episode, Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar discuss Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s decision to vote against the confirmation of Pres. Trump’s nominee for Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos before moving on to a fiery conversation about whether Rep. Dean Westlake’s bill to establish Indigenous People’s Day on the same day as Columbus Day is a good idea. We are also joined by State Senator Mia Costello to discuss the intersection between the state budget and economy, her bill to let Uber-like companies into the Alaska market, and how crime reform passed last year itself needs reform.
Bill Evans dumps his party, David Nees dumped from the ballot and liberal activists need to dump their message. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!