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Not what Alaskans do.
Dunleavy cited the inability of the Alaska House of Representatives to formally organize until more than one month into the regular session.
Taylor was the only Cabinet-level appointee who generated debate among lawmakers meeting to consider Dunleavy’s nominees.
The budget next goes to the Senate.
A dividend divide.
Marathon floor sessions over weekend end in bill rollback
Sullivan to lawmakers: Biden’s policies ‘war on Alaska’
Senate Bill 9, sponsored by Micciche, R- Kenai/Soldotna, has been nine years in the making.
Some bills sponsored by local lawmakers are closer to becoming law than others.
Even if bill advances, governor might not sign it.
The proposed trail would run from Seward to Fairbanks.
Returning to normal.
When Alaskans set their minds toward a project, no matter the difficulty, we do what others say, “can’t be done.”
Forward funding formula.
The committee change was approved 17-1, with Reinbold the lone no.
Rep. Ben Carpenter, R-Nikiski, introduced legislation Wednesday.
Here’s the plan to help move along the baseball games, I mean legislative work, at a faster pace.
Vance affirms support for rural DMV offices, opposes emergency declaration
Governor introduced Consumer Data Privacy Act on Wednesday.
Liberties can be limited.