A House bill would limit individual contributions to candidates to $2,000 over two years.
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Alaska Legislative Council seeks to fund per diems after Gov. Dunleavy veto
Dunleavy said in June that it didn’t make sense for legislators to receive the money until they’ve resolved the future of permanent fund dividends.
Alaska Redistricting Board finishes work to adopt maps; opponents say courts could toss out portions
All three members who were appointed by Republican elected officials supported the map; the two who were not appointed by Republican officials opposed it.
Alaska Redistricting Board’s first drafts draw criticism and alternate plans
In one draft map, seven Democratic representatives were combined in three districts, while no Republicans were.
Gov. Dunleavy’s per diem veto over PFD situation raises concerns for Legislature
The Legislature passed a budget that included roughly $2 million to pay for the food and housing needs of lawmakers and their families attending the session. But Dunleavy said it doesn’t make sense for legislators to receive the money until they’ve taken more action on permanent fund dividends.
Possible Anchorage special session location would crimp fundraising
After having failed to address some of these issues in the last special session, many lawmakers aren’t eager to spend another 30 days in the capital city, but wherever lawmakers convene will impact local campaigns.