Gov. Mike Dunleavy painted a stark picture of the state’s COVID-19 woes as a surge in cases of the Delta variant put hospitals in crisis mode.
Back and forth over the amount of this year’s dividend put into question whether Alaskans would see a PFD at all this year and ultimately delayed the rollout.
Campaign finances for ballot measure groups must be disclosed after the signature-gathering stage, but the requirement is inconsistent during signature gathering.
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.
The shortest link between Southeast Alaska and the North American road system could open as early as next May.
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
Redistricting is shaping up to be the opening of a high stakes political exercise that will play out through the Nov. 10 deadline to settle political boundaries.
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.