The House of Representatives passed a bill on Tuesday aimed at funding permanent fund dividends at $1,100. But the final amount isn’t clear.
But it would be a mistake to take that as an indication of how she’ll vote on the removal of the president from office.
Previous Alaska governors have had to hire private attorneys to defend themselves against ethics complaints, but they could be reimbursed when no violation is found.
House members have brought different ideas on addressing crime to the House Judiciary and House Finance committees.
At a Monday news conference, Gov. Mike Dunleavy again suggested he could order Alaska state lawmakers into a special session unless they start advancing his batch of criminal justice bills.
Rep. Chuck Kopp has proven to be a key vote, largely sticking to Alaska Criminal Justice Commission recommendations.
The House Judiciary heard a variety of proposed changes to Senate Bill 54. The bill would scale back some of the reductions in criminal sentencing enacted last year.
Of the two items on the special session agenda, there appears to be more urgency to pass the crime bill.
Lindemuth has been in the position since Craig Richards resigned in June.
Grenn said Alaska is the only state in the country that makes it so easy for lawmakers with conflicts of interest to vote.