In response to a question about Stutes’ position, a Dunleavy spokesperson said the governor is not cancelling the special session.
Alaskans who filed electronically and chose direct deposit will receive their PFDs the week of Oct. 11.
In one draft map, seven Democratic representatives were combined in three districts, while no Republicans were.
The department is urging all Alaskans who have provided data to the department to act to protect themselves from identity theft.
In the past, Dunleavy has qualified his calls for vaccination.
Dunleavy says he won’t veto it, but wants a higher amount and calls for fourth special session
Lawmakers are discussing two bills: One that sets the amount of this year’s permanent fund dividend payout and another bill to set future PFDs.
The House of Representatives stopped debating the bill on Sunday, after it was amended to require that all hospitals allow any patient to have a person who supports them present during treatment.
The House could vote to remove the amendments focused on vaccine mandates before the session ends on Tuesday.
She has been banned from flying on Alaska Airlines for refusing to wear a facemask and is arguing that she doesn’t have an alternative way of getting back and forth to Juneau.