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House and Senate pass legislation on to Dunleavy’s desk.
With signs reading “Gut fish, not Alaska,” “Support Education, not handouts” and “Keep Alaskans educated, healthy, employed, thriving,” about 135 demonstrators gathered Sunday in front… Continue reading
Update: On Monday, July 29, in a vote of 32-6, the Alaska House passed Senate Bill 2002, appropriating money for a capital budget. In a… Continue reading
The vote failed, but they said a lot.
Time to fear the sweeper?
They’re reinterpreting a law from last year.
Another special session could be coming.
The governor can still veto funding.
“Pretty much everything worked out” for session up north.
One key vote was absent.
There were a lot of angry reactions.
Knopp will no longer receive any official support from the Alaska Republican Party
Local lawmakers express disappointment.
ANCHORAGE (AP) — Alaska is seeking an outside consultant to review the potential benefits of its plans to overhaul Medicaid, officials said. The Alaska Department… Continue reading
It’s familiar territory for David Eastman.
Per diem could double the price tag.
Gov. Dunleavy is facing resistance to pieces of his agenda.
A couple votes in particular were heated.
People could decide to keep or donate money.
They dive into the process next week.