Houston Republicans join Cordova in demanding rule changes

Republicans in Houston, Alaska are following Cordova’s lead in demanding changes to party rules.

Dunleavy proposes lottery amid budget woes

Alaska, long-reliant on oil and in search of options amid a persistent budget deficit, may turn to the lottery for help.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy with constituents. Photo courtesy of Mike McMillan/Wikimedia Commons

Spokesman: Dunleavy visit to be rescheduled due to weather

Meetings planned by Gov. Mike Dunleavy in Petersburg will need to be rescheduled due to bad weather, a spokesman announced.
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Judge halts enforcement of decision in Alaska recall case

A state court judge Wednesday, Jan. 29 put on hold a decision that would have allowed an effort to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy to move to a new signature-gathering phase, a stay intended to provide time for the Alaska Supreme Court to weigh in.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy with constituents. Photo courtesy of Mike McMillan/Wikimedia Commons

Dunleavy, facing recall threat, seeks action on fiscal plan

Gov. Mike Dunleavy, facing a recall threat fueled during his stormy first year in office, said the state is running out of time to fix its long-running budget deficit.
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Steininger named to direct OMB

Neil Steininger, who has held several roles in the Alaska Office of Management and Budget, is now the new director of OMB.
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Judge reverses himself on recall decision

Just one day after ordering a temporary halt in a campaign to oust Gov. Mike Dunleavy, Alaska Superior Court Judge Eric Aarseth reversed himself, putting the recall effort back on track.

Murkowski: ‘We have all sworn to deliver impartial justice’

“You may disagree with how we got here, but the fact of the matter is articles (of impeachment) have been transmitted (from the U.S. House),” said Sen. Lisa Murkowski. “Our role in the Senate is then to move through a court of impeachment. We have all sworn to deliver impartial justice.”

Murkowski wants to hear case before deciding on witnesses

Sen. Lisa Murkowski said she's comfortable waiting to decide if more information is needed as part of the Senate's impeachment trial until after hearing arguments from House managers and attorneys for President Donald Trump and questions from members.

Dunleavy, Begich outline student reading proposal

Gov. Mike Dunleavy is working with Senate Democratic leader Tom Begich on legislation aimed at ensuring students are proficient in reading by third grade.

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