Without the funds in place, some areas of the state are expected to see energy bills double.
It has big impacts for recall efforts as well as the governor’s veto power.
Like he did with his accidental non-veto of one of the biggest single lines in the entire state budget, Dunleavy today relented in his fight with the judiciary.
Gara, who left the Legislature after not seeking re-election in 2018, set his sights on Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy in his announcement this afternoon.
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There’s paint everywhere. It’s just a complete mess.
Unless the House Republican minority gets its way, Dunleavy says he’ll have no choice but to shutdown government on July 1.
If he wants to finally deliver some fraction of his 2018 campaign promise, he needs to explain how he will pay for it. As long as the governor stands in the way of new revenue, clinging to the fantasy that it all can be done without pain, he will also stand in the way of larger dividends.