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Lawmakers give impassioned speeches, but don’t have the votes to override vetoes.
The vote failed, but they said a lot.
They had one message to the governor.
All roads — and planes — may lead to Wednesday.
The response was overwhelming.
‘It’s comparable to one of the jobs here. It’s comparable to an entire program.’
Here’s a run-down of what happened today.
The Corps will take comments until July 1, and use them to incorporate changes into a final EIS
It would be the first time an Alaska special session has convened outside the capital.
The fiscal year starts in less than two weeks.
They’re reinterpreting a law from last year.
There are numerous concerns with the new location.
Lawmakers are deeply divided on what to do.
The governor can still veto funding.
Time is running out this session.
Another special session could be coming.
Sen. John Coghill was getting impatient.
He’s hosting it in the Mat-Su.
‘A slap to the face’: Legislators could change law to collect extra pay, despite not finishing on time
Vote could come after session for lawmakers to get back payments.