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Alaska Voices: Permanent fund integrity in peril?
Alaskans need to be kept informed of what the trustees are doing with their money.
PFD filing period opens
The 2022 PFD application period opened Jan. 1 and will close on March 31.
Panel seeks info on firing of Permanent Fund Corp CEO
Hearing scheduled for mid-January.
Point of View: Letting politics influence permanent fund decisions creates possibilities for misery
An impartial board of trustees is the only vaccine against politicizing the fund.
Alaska Voices: Thank you, Legislators, for your fiscal responsibility
The bipartisan House Majority came together with a pledge to not overspend our permanent fund earnings.
Dunleavy releases $11 billion budget plan
The Kenai Bluff Stabilization project is among those that would receive funding
Lawmakers want answers on CEO firing at permanent fund corp
Record earnings reported.
Study: PFD increases spending on kids among low-income families
New study looks at PFD spending by parents
Alaska Voices: The permanent fund has been taking care of Alaskans for 45 years
It’s the largest sovereign wealth fund in the nation, the pride of Alaska and this month we celebrate its 45th anniversary.
Dunleavy, Republicans, decry lack of special session action
Sessions ends Tuesday.
A week into special session, work hasn’t begun
Quiet day at the Capitol.
Dividend payments expected in 30 days
Payments of $1,100 set for mid-October
Senate passes budget bill, $1,100 PFD hours before deadline
Next stop: The governor’s desk.
PFD unsettled as special session nears end
Legislators have spent most of this year in regular or special legislative sessions, with this year’s payout unresolved.
House passes budget bill, calls for $1,100 PFD
Fractious floor sessions.
House budget debate stretches into evening
Dunleavy: Still fighting for Alaskan families
“I was left with little choice but to veto both the PFD and legislative per diem.”
Dunleavy OKs earnings transfer after veto error
Dunleavy last week said one of his more significant vetoes was the $4 billion transfer.
Budget talks break down as shutdown looms
Legislative leadership met for most of the day Tuesday.
Budget negotiations begin, will likely continue into June
One day at a time.