The Senate Resources Chair cut off microphones when the Minority Leader attempted to explain why industry experts should be required to testify under oath.
The sponsor of an amendment to reconfigure the Judicial Council says he wants a vote on the bill, even if the outcome is not guaranteed to be favorable.
The State is looking into the legality of using money earmarked for building repairs to construct a new tennis complex in Anchorage.
The Alaska House of Representative passed a sweeping education bill Monday night, but only after removing some contentious elements and adding more funding.
Southeast Alaska could get another $27 million from this year’s capital budget.
A constitutional amendment that would reconfigure a commission tasked with vetting judges was pulled from a vote in the Alaska Senate on Monday.
A bill that could supplant the minimum wage initiative has popped up in the Alaska Legislature.
For the past week, there have been a lot of parents running around the State Capitol letting their legislators know they want more money put into education.
The group Great Alaska Schools took to the steps of the Capitol on Friday to demand an increase in the state’s education funding formula.
A controversial permitting bill has been sentenced to die in committee.