Former Representative Beth Kerttula resigned her seat last month
Traditionally, the Legislature puts everything on hold for one week in March to attend a meeting of the Energy Council in Washington, DC. It’s been going on for so long that many lawmakers and staff don’t even know when it started.
The state Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Wednesday in a lawsuit that halted a voter-passed law requiring health care providers to notify parents of minors before performing abortions.
Alaska Minority Democrats today offered their own education package that includes an increase in base student allocation and allows charter schools to be located within neighborhood schools when space is available.
House majority members on Thursday were asked about the potential in tax revenues for the state should voters approve an initiative this summer legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.
The House State Affairs Committee heard heartfelt testimony Thursday on legislation to establish Walter Soboleff Day in Alaska.
The State Supreme Court reaffirmed on Wednesday that the Trans-Alaska Pipeline is worth $10 billion.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski has promised to continue fighting for a road connecting King Cove to Cold Bay.
Alaska air taxi operators say the IRS has re-interpreted tax law for their industry, hitting some Bush pilots with tax bills of up to a million dollars.