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A project intended to renovate a historic Juneau building into apartments for state legislators and staff is running on time and on budget, officials told… Continue reading
Spokesperson calls bill, which passed the Legislature 57-2, “unnecessary bureaucracy.”
Residents raise questions about education funding veto, health and rehabilitation programs.
Dunleavy OKs lower dividend despite originally seeking a $3,800 “statutory” payout.
Odds are “going to be very difficult,” says Juneau senator.
Governor cuts $200 million in capital projects, other spending from bill passed by Legislature
Juneau state senator finishes behind Sen. Bill Wielechowski; Rep. Jamie Allard finishes last
Some advocates say more work to be done as $7.5M is half of what was sought
Local senator’s proposal that passed Legislature 59-0 signed by governor just before Memorial Day
Education funding increase, “parental rights” and other proposals will resurface next year.
Mix of relief and fear of potential veto greet increase included in budget.
Patkotak says he’s running to be the next mayor of the North Slope Borough.
From passage of PFAS limits to postponing vaping tax, Juneau’s legislators tally wins and losses.
10 members of Republican-led majority join minority after $34M in targeted capital projects added
House refuses to consider Senate spending bill sent over hours before adjournment deadline
The latest from the Captiol.
“I can’t even imagine what working-class people are thinking.”
Legislature will have 13 hours to solve differences over PFD, other issues to avoid special session
A similar bill was vetoed by Gov. Dun Mike Dunleavy last fall.
Kiehl among dissenters in 17-3 vote; proposal may be part of final negotiations with Housde