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Senate expected to take public testimony on its proposed spending plan later this week
Juneau man staging solo protest disrupts committee hearing
Republican-led majority revokes funding increase as minority threatens to withhold CBR vote
Bills to collect more from North Slope producers, enact new sales taxes get hearings next week.
Demonstrators used chain saw to cut up giant credit cards
Salary commission that rejected raises is replaced by new members who recommend salaries of $84K.
The hearing addressed five specific legislative proposals
The project will allow ConocoPhillips to drill at three locations
However, lawmakers say it will not be a main focus.
Dunleavy says bill is “pro-parent,” not anti-LGBTQ+.
State wants to take over permitting control from feds, but costs and murky legal questions linger.
Signatures sought to persuade Legislature not to overturn RCV and open primaries.
Washington case could halt some Southeast fisheries
About 20 people made their way to Capitol to seek solutions for service shortages.
Bills increase penalties for sex trafficking and fatal overdoses, but effectiveness questioned
Dunleavy to deliver first State of State of 2nd term
Director of the Division of Public Assistance departs in wake of months-long backlog.
Eight Republicans join nine Democrats after many years of Republican rule
City officials to ask for the culprits to clean up their act