It has big impacts for recall efforts as well as the governor’s veto power.
Unions have a name for the kind of willful neglect demonstrated by Governor Dunleavy and his top advisors: contributing to a hostile work environment.
More could be on the way.
The campaign has also launched an ad campaign following its victory in the Alaska Supreme Court.
Signature collection has already been underway.
The Alaska Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Recall Dunleavy case while social distancing.
Time doesn’t heal all wounds, and neither does a status quo budget.
In a two-page order issued today, Bolger said his public statements such as his address to the Alaska Legislature where he pledged “to do our work independently of any outside political interests or financial influence” could cause someone to questions his fairness in the case.
The ruling finds the Recall Dunleavy campaign would face “not inconsiderable” injury if the signature-gathering process was delayed any further.
At least for now.