The administration just isn’t offering any recommendations on how to make what would be incredibly unpopular cuts.
It’s not clear what’s next for the dividend.
The PFD, the roadshow, the budget and ethics. Here’s what happened on Day 72.
“I wonder how many victims or how many additional young people were victimized because the district and the school board essentially ignored the repeated occurrences that happened in seven different incidents,” Sen. Peter Micciche said of Dunleavy appointee Trevor Shaw’s handling of a teacher who’s been convicted of sexually assaulting minors.
Some legislators walked away feeling that no economic analysis had been done before the budget was submitted to the Legislature.
The 50th day of the Alaska Legislature is in the books. Finance subcommittees continued the grind, we heard more from the public on the PFD…
By contributing writer TJ Presley In keeping with his campaign style, Mike Dunleavy’s first State of the State speech was, let’s say, light on the…
Dunleavy’s proposal would stretch out the repayment of dividends over the next three dividends.
There’s few changes from Gov. Bill Walker’s budget beyond increasing the PFD and revising the oil revenue forecast, but a promise for big cuts in the future.
From smoking bills to university and from foster care to the wealthy, here’s our winners list for the 2018 legislative session.