House and Senate negotiators reached a breakthrough compromise on the state’s operating budget Thursday, approving a $10.5 billion spending plan for the coming fiscal year.
As the Alaska Legislature held a Thursday hearing examining the security state’s election system, the Alaska Division of Elections responded to claims that a hacker penetrated its systems on Election Day 2016.
A bill cutting serving sizes at the state’s breweries and distilleries appears likely to die in the Legislature this year, lawmakers said Wednesday.
There’s a new top official in charge of Coast Guard operations in Alaska.
Gov. Bill Walker has not changed his opposition to the Juneau Access road project.
The Alaska Senate voted 15-4 to restore funding for the Juneau Access Project Tuesday as it approved a capital construction budget that sends $21.3 million toward the effort.
In a pair of landmark votes Tuesday, the Alaska Legislature agreed to harness the Alaska Permanent Fund to the needs of state government.
Bill cuts limit from three glasses to two.
In a caucus-line vote Thursday, the Alaska Senate approved a bill that would require healthy Alaskans to work or volunteer at least 20 hours per week in order to receive Medicaid health care benefits.
Alaska’s March marijuana tax revenue topped $1 million and set a new monthly record, according to figures released last week by the Alaska Department of Revenue.