The need for major repairs has been well documented, punctuated by the occasional chunk of falling masonry.
Juneau residents on Thursday weighed in for and against a $35 million appropriation for the Juneau Access project in Gov. Sean Parnell’s proposed capital budget.
Unusual circumstances and odd timing could knock all but one of the citizen measures to the November general election, if the Legislature gavels out late.
A measure setting up a road-and-ferry savings account has cleared its first state Senate committee.
A bill symbolically making 20 Alaska Native languages official state languages is heading to the House floor for a vote.
Mike Chenault is proposing a policy change that explicitly carves out an exception for the board that could oversee development of a natural gas pipeline.
Senate Bill 30 would let local and state government workers choose between a traditional pension and a 401(k)-style retirement savings account.
While the Legislature is still hammering out how much money to put toward the base student allocation, the Senate Finance Committee has included a major injection of funds in their version of the operating budget.
Sen. Fred Dyson’s bill would make it so all criminal cases that result in a dismissal or an acquittal are considered confidential.
House Bill 233, requiring school districts to implement sexual abuse education, gets bipartisan support.