Foundation for Government Accountability spokesperson Christie Herrera visited with state legislators yesterday to explain opposition to Medicaid Expansion.
A bill eliminating Daylight Saving Time in Alaska is headed to the Senate for a full vote despite public testimony opposing the proposal.
Now in the third week of session, bills on political advertisements, student loans, and daylight savings time are moving through committees.
Educators from across the state came to Juneau to discuss education policy with legislators, but spent half the meeting in a lecture denouncing Common Core.
First Lady Donna Walker would like you to nominate that person in your life who spends their free time serving the community. Go ahead. Make their day.
"A budget gap this extreme requires our collective action," Walker said about his proposed budget. "What sits before us now simply cannot be sustained."
Air Force UFO records are now public, NASA took a giant picture, Republicans continue to do useless things, and Mary Cheney is Darth Vader's daughter.
A pre-filed bill offered by Rep. Paul Seaton starts the discussion on marijuana legalization, but includes a controversial delay for concentrates.