Sen. Gary Stevens: With the session well-underway and the Senate Committees working diligently on numerous bills and, of course, the Fiscal Year 2023 state budget, I am pleased to report some progress on my personal legislation.
Sen. Gary Stevens writes: Hello friends and neighbors. With the second session of the 32nd Alaska State Legislature underway, lawmakers are back at the Capitol to work on the budget and numerous other matters that will come before us this year.
The Legislature still has work to do to ensure that necessary programs are funded, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
The 32nd Alaska Legislature is currently in special session. On the agenda for the special session are the Fiscal Year 2022 Operating Budget and Mental Health Budget, as well as Governor Dunleavy’s proposed constitutional amendments regarding the Permanent Fund.
It's too early to say what the budget will look like when it passes the Legislature, but lawmakers are committed to getting the work done as quickly as possible, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
The Alaska Legislature is currently working on budget issues and preparing to conduct confirmation hearings, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
Sen. Gary Stevens has sponsored a bill that would require the University of Alaska Board of Regents to deliver a report evaluating the quality of its instructional programs and describing its efforts to achieve or maintain accreditation.
Sen. Gary Stevens delivers an update on the bills and resolutions currently under consideration by the Alaska Legislature.
SB 24 allows corporate shareholder meetings and nonprofit member meetings to be held electronically, a practice which was allowed under pandemic emergency orders.
The Alaska House of Representatives ended a month-long stalemate when it organized with Rep. Louise Stutes being named the body’s Speaker.