JUNEAU — The Legislative Council voted earlier this week to accept the Juneau Community Foundation’s donation of the Assembly Building located at 211 Fourth Street in Juneau to the Legislature’s Capitol complex. With this gift, the complex now totals five adjacent buildings.
JUNEAU – The Alaska House of Representatives voted today to finalize a budget that avoids a government shutdown and protects the essential services Alaskans rely on.
JUNEAU – Speaker Louise Stutes released the following statement this afternoon, on the eve of the current special session:
JUNEAU – The joint House-Senate committee that manages the operations of the Legislature unanimously agreed to reopen the Alaska State Capitol to members of the public.
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 — Alaska House Coalition members welcomed the passage of federal legislation H.R. 1318, which will allow cruise lines to return to Alaska without first stopping in Canada.
JUNEAU – The Alaska House of Representatives today voted unanimously to pass a bill that would establish a board tasked with finding solutions to keep the ferry system reliable, affordable, and sustainable.
JUNEAU – The House of Representatives today passed a bill to protect a cemetery in Southeast Alaska where Unangax people, taken from their homes on the Pribilof Islands during World War Two, were placed in an internment camp.
JUNEAU – The House of Representatives today passed Senate Joint Resolution 9, urging the federal government to get out of the way and allow cruise ships to visit Alaska this summer.