A Republican lawmaker from Eagle River sent an e-mail Friday attempting to rally opposition to Medicaid expansion.
The state Senate voted to dismantle the program, even as other tax credits are being considered.
In an interview, Walker said he doesn't know that having the state's name on someone else's brief adds much to the argument.
The ralliers want lawmakers to keep education funding promises made last year, and protested how the last proposed cut was unveiled.
The state of Alaska this month is taking public comment on a draft plan for managing the newly created 48-thousand acre Southeast state forest.
The Alaska Senate has approved a $1.5 billion capital budget, most of which is from federal funds.
Lawmakers spent part of that time talking about “payment reform.” But what exactly does that mean?
On Wednesday, the Senate Finance committee slashed more than $40 million in state dollars from the capital budget.