The Sunday Minefield – January 31, 2021
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It’s only week two of the legislative session and things are already off the rails. Between bizarre Senate committee hearings, the House still being unorganized, a virtual State of the State, and Governor Mike Dunleavy’s (R – Alaska) second attorney … Read More

The Sunday Minefield – January 24, 2021
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The first session of the 32nd Alaska Legislature began this week. The Senate was finally able organize a majority on the first day. The House is still divided at 20/20. The Capitol remains open to only legislators, staff, certain members … Read More

The Alaska Stalker – January 22, 2021
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Welcome to this edition of the Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape. If you enjoy the Alaska Stalker, please consider supporting working moms like me by sending in…… Read More

How the bipartisan Senate Majority fell apart
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On Monday night, the day before the 32nd Alaska Legislature gaveled in, the House and Senate had still not organized. But on Tuesday morning Senate Republicans hastily announced they had formed a majority with Senator Peter Micciche (R – Soldotna) as Senate President. This was the culmination…… Read More

Republicans organize Senate Majority
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Today, the first day of the 32nd Alaska Legislature, Senate Republicans were finally able to organize a majority in the State Senate. Since the November 3 election, the 13 Senate Republicans have been unable to organize a majority due to … Read More

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