However, the governor says he’s going to resubmit the plan and that the pushback is evidence “there is widespread recognition … that the largest department in state government needs to be reorganized.”
There have been a total of 10 elders who’ve tested positive for COVID-19 at the Anchorage Pioneer Home. Luckily, there have so far been no hospitalizations.
“The time for effective action to control the epidemic in Alaska is running out, but it is not too late to prevent a health care crisis.”
The state agency responsible for workplace safety across Alaska was not consulted about reopening amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Hitting herd immunity would require more than a half-million Alaskans being exposed to COVID-19.
Alaska public health officials duck and dodge on question of mask mandate.
Legislators are worried that repaying dividends would put the remaining fund at risk and shrink future PFDs.
Today’s roundup will cap off the races for the Alaska House with an independent-heavy day going from Kenai to Southeast and back out to Western Alaska.
Senate President Pete Kelly, the sponsor of the contraceptive study bill, faced tough questioning by the House Finance Committee.
Zulkosky is the 19th woman to be currently serving in the Alaska Legislature, the most in the Legislature’s history.