JUNEAU — The Alaska Legislature isn’t pausing for the holiday Monday.
The docket in Juneau includes House subcommittee meetings devoted to two pieces of Gov. Bill Walker’s budget that have garnered attention — Medicaid expansion and a proposal to eliminate community jail contracts.
Meanwhile, about 1,000 miles away, in Kotzebue, a contingent of House and Senate lawmakers is expected to meet with Interior Secretary Sally Jewell.
Here are three things to watch this week: