The bill passed the state House and Senate last month.
A group of state lawmakers is raising red flags about the number of ballots rejected in the special U.S. House primary.
The next phase of the test comes on Aug. 16, when voters will rank the candidates in what’s been likened to an instant runoff election.
Alaska Legislature failed to pass bill at session’s close.
The verdict could set a precedent for actions online by Alaska’s elected officials.
The act aims to improve student reading outcomes across the state by third grade.
In 2019, a judge ruled against foster youth in a case where the Office of Children’s Services had been applying for benefits children were entitled to and putting that money into the OCS budget.
Local political officials on both sides of the aisle shared some of their theories about why more people didn’t sign up to run for office.
At least 17 of the Legislature’s 60 members will be in a new position or out of office entirely by next January — and that doesn’t count anyone who loses their seat this fall.
Third-degree sexual abuse of a minor is a Class C felony punishable by two to 12 years in prison.