The legislative majority has bent over backwards, adjourning the first special session and beginning a second of their own, this time based in Anchorage.
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The House Finance Committee seemed no closer Friday to moving a fully funded budget, which they need to avoid a government shut down on July 1.
The Alaska legislature passed a resolution Thursday placing the House and Senate in recess until May 12, but whatever you do, don't call it a vacation.
After a long delay following its passage in the Senate, the House took up Senate Bill 6, which would exempt Alaska from Daylight Saving Time.
Medicaid expansion has faced stiff legislative opposition. Anchorage mayoral candidate Ethan Berkowitz says, if elected, the municipality will go it alone.
This week: vengeful legislators, hypocritical Catholics, and hackers who stole your medical records. Also, the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. And muppets.
In a Tuesday committee meeting, a panel of veterans outlined the sobering statistics of PTSD and suicide among service men and women in the U.S. Military.