34 amendments considered by lamwmakers in marathon meeting that lasted into wee hours of the morning
The formula for calculating the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend would be protected in the state constitution under a plan proposed by House and Senate Democrats. They’re worried about the immediately impact of a bill to reduce oil taxes. While Republicans say the new tax regime would prompt more investment, state revenue would decline dramatically in…
In a literal eleventh hour vote on Monday night, the Alaska House passed legislation meant to advance the construction of a small-diameter pipeline.
Combined with his oil tax plan, the proposal could mean a combination of belt-tightening measures and big withdrawals from Alaska’s savings accounts.
Authorities at the Matanuska Susitna Borough Friday opened a single bid for the ice breaking ferry, Susitna.
More than two hundred people gathered for the annual Choose Respect Rally today on the capitol steps.
Congressman Don Young says he’s not worried about an investigation into whether he violated ethics rules.
Gov. Sean Parnell had funded the program at $2.5 million next year, but about a half million of that has been slashed from the budget being considered by the legislature.
The major oil companies in Alaska testified last night to the state House Resources Committee about the latest version of Governor Sean Parnell’s oil tax reform legislation.
Friday will be the first Vietnam Veterans Day in Alaska.