While there have been some significant changes to what Dunleavy proposed, they’re far less extensive than the changes two years ago.
Gov. Dunleavy has proposed putting PFDs in the state constitution, as part of an amendment that would outline rules for the overall annual draw from the fund.
Most offered support for specific state programs like the Alaska Marine Highway System and the community assistance program.
While all Alaska residents can call in to any of the meetings, the committee prefers that residents from different parts of the state call in at specific times.
The forecast doesn’t account for $1.13 billion that the state is set to receive from the federal relief law enacted earlier this month.