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One bill is meant to be a “conversation starter.”
Only one amendment passed Tuesday.
With the Alaska Legislature now in session more than 45 days, the big issue remains the Procrustean budget proposed by Gov. Mike Dunleavy. On a… Continue reading
Editor’s note: This article has been updated to correct a direct quote from a Facebook video posted by Rep. Sarah Vance and to correct the… Continue reading
Sen. Gary Stevens, R-Kodiak, visits the lower Kenai Peninsula for two Town Hall meetings at these times and locations: • Noon to 2 p.m., Friday,… Continue reading
Clarkson says it’s not his job to support the law, it’s to enforce it.
Looking back on the week in the Alaska Legislature.
Update: The spelling and name of Sen. Natasha von Imhof, R-Anchorage, has been corrected. A proposed state budget from Gov. Mike Dunleavy brought both concern… Continue reading
A previous report advised against privatizing the institute.
The cost of an epidemic.
How much power should the position have?
The House is a week away from a dubious record.
School district says it can’t afford cut to education
The money was already approved.
Sen. John Coghill said Tuesday evening he is considering a revision of a ban of cellphone usage on the Senate floor. Coghill is the Senate… Continue reading
Rep.-elect Sarah Vance, R-Homer, will visit with District 31 residents at these times and places: • Thursday, Jan. 3, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Homer… Continue reading
Heading into his 19th year as a state senator, Sen. Gary Stevens, R-Kodiak, has some advice for Homer’s newest legislator, Rep.-elect Sarah Vance. She’s the… Continue reading
Republicans have maintained control of the Alaska Senate and chose Sen. Cathy Giessel of Anchorage to be the new president of the chamber. Giessel would… Continue reading
The Alaska Division of Elections is investigating why seven dead people requested absentee ballots for the close-fought primary election in Anchorage’s House District 15. The… Continue reading