It’s a measure that several legislators and Alaska Native leaders say would be a significant step in repairing and advancing the state’s relationship with tribes.
It may not be “tough on criminals,” but it’s definitely tough on crime.
The money for the practice is also set to come out of the Power Cost Equalization fund.
There’s no timetable for when the recommendations would be due back.
The House Majority Coalition calls it “repeal and replace.”
Here’s what happened on Day 98.
“There’s a lot of great locations in the state of Alaska, Juneau is certainly a great location, Anchorage is a great location, Wasilla is a great location,” the governor said about special session locations, adding, “Delta is a great location.”
It’s far from over.
At least the Legislature believes it’s spared from a veto. It could be challenged in court.
Of the 16 amendments offered by House Republicans, 12 were cut-less intent language. Of those 12, 11 were offered by Rep. David Eastman.