Sen. Gary Stevens
The binding-caucus rule helps legislators serve the public in an orderly and efficient way, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
CARES Act funding will go to support business, education, child nutrition and other areas impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
It's possible that the legislature may reconvene its current session. However, it's more likely that the legislature will meet in a special session later this year.
Sen. Gary Stevens provides a breakdown of Alaska's fiscal year 2021 budget.
The legislature is pursuing multiple initiatives to lessen the impact of the coronavirus on on ordinary Alaskans, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
The state has created a unified command structure to respond to a novel coronavirus outbreak in Alaska, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
Sen. Gary Stevens provides a breakdown of the supplemental budget passed by the Alaska House of Representatives.
There's no reason legislators shouldn't be able to find a workable solution to Alaska's ferry problems, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
The Alaska Legislature has been extremely active assessing a proposed $4.5 billion budget, plus an additional $2 billion to pay Permanent Fund Dividends, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has called to draw $1.5 billion from the Constitutional Budget Reserve to meet expenses during the coming fiscal year.