ANCHORAGE – Gov. Mike Dunleavy today signed House Bill 2001 with a series of vetoes that essentially reject the Legislature’s effort to block the most damaging aspects of the governor’s budget.Read more
Lawmakers react to partial restoration of University of Alaska funding
Relief to see a level of certainty for UA, concerns remain about impact of potential future cuts
ANCHORAGE – Members of the Alaska House Majority today released the following statements on the death of Sen. Chris Birch:Read more
ANCHORAGE – The co-chairs of the House Health and Social Services Committee today released the following statements on the Department of Health and Social Services’ feasibility study examining the potential privatization of the Alaska Psychiatric Institute, and API’s recent re-certification:Read more
JUNEAU – The House of Representatives and Senate each voted today to pass legislation that restores funding for many essential programs and services that were vetoed by the governor.Read more
JUNEAU – The Alaska House of Representatives today passed Senate Bill 2002.
S.B. 2002 funds the capital budget, which allows Alaska’s private sector to access $1 billion in federal funds for highway and construction projects.
JUNEAU – The Alaska House of Representatives earlier this week included an amendment in House Bill 2001 that seeks to prevent coastal communities from going without Alaska Marine Highway System service this winter.
Several communities face that troubling prospect under a recently proposed winter schedule from the Department of Transportation.
JUNEAU – The Alaska House of Representatives on Monday will hold a third and final vote on legislation funding the capital budget, which would enable the state to receive $1 billion in federal funding for highway and construction projects.Read more