Gov. Dunleavy amended his original call which had them starting this Friday. Now they’ll be set to begin on Monday, Oct. 4 at 2 p.m.
The Founding Fathers were willing to be edited, it seems, but they did not want it to be easy. So they made the amending process a steep uphill climb, requiring a clear national consensus to succeed.
Sen. Wielechowski said he’s disappointed PFDs will no longer follow the formula that was used through 2015.
Sen. Kevin Meyer said his constituents oppose creating a new bureaucracy to collect an income tax when the Permanent Fund continues to pay dividends.
Alaska’s largest tribal government is revamping its constitution with an eye toward greater efficiency and cultural context.
A three-judge panel said Congress did not intend to give the National Security Agency the authority to collect metadata about Americans’ phone records in bulk when lawmakers wrote the Patriot Act.
Now that he’s a senator, the Marines have removed him from his assignment as a commander, saying it’s incompatible with congressional office.
Superior Court Judge William Carey says boroughs are not required to help pay for public education. In his ruling, he says that the contribution is, essentially, a tax earmarked for a special purpose, which violates the state Constitution.
A federal judge on Wednesday finalized a ruling that strikes down part of Utah’s ban on polygamy.
A federal judge struck down Pennsylvania’s ban on gay marriage on Tuesday, saying it violated the Constitution’s Equal Protection clause.