JUNEAU – Today, a years-long effort to preserve access to a cemetery at the site of a World War Two internment camp where Unangax people were held reached its culmination as the governor signed House Bill 10 into law.
JUNEAU — The Alaska House of Representatives voted today to pass legislation that would provide a new retirement incentive to help attract law enforcement officers and firefighters to have careers in Alaska.
JUNEAU — Today, the Alaska Legislature passed legislation sponsored by Rep. Matt Claman (D-Anchorage) that strengthens Alaska’s motor vehicle dealer license requirements by modernizing the statute and incorporating reasonable standards for obtaining a motor vehicle dealer’s license without creating barriers to entry into the field or restricting competition
JUNEAU – A bill that removes a layer of bureaucracy from aquatic farmers cleared its final legislative hurdle this weekend, as the House of Representatives voted 37-3 to adopt the Senate version of House Bill 115.
As we look forward to the Memorial Day weekend, let us also take time to pause and remember our fallen service members and pay tribute to the men and women of our armed forces who bravely serve our country.
The legislature adjourned the first regular 32nd Legislative Session just before midnight on May 19, only to return the next day to begin the 30-day session called by the Governor to complete the budget and work on a fiscal plan.