I suggest that everyone listen to this 21/2 minute segment of Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s Dec. 16 speech to the Heritage Foundation.
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Gov. Mike Dunleavy needs to brush up on the state laws dealing with his recall.
Her work in Alaska demonstrated that her hearing hasn’t improved. Whether she was lecturing a legislator about pronouncing her name, comparing the cost per mile on a highway with the marine highway, or using the first person plural when opining about what residents of the state want, she demonstrated a unique talent to alienate Alaskans.
More importantly, Dunleavy’s veto means the end of a program that has been helping people keep their teeth since it was signed by former Gov. Frank Murkowski in 2006. The cap has always been $1,150 per person per year.
“When we ask the governor, he says, ‘I’ll get back to you.’ When we ask the commissioners for answers about specific reductions, we learned that the commissioners were instructed not to appear before Senate Finance, to just run their departments and let OMB handle the financial aspects of this state,” von Imhof said.
The Alaska seafood industry deserves a federal bailout because it’s been hit by the Trump trade war with China, the Alaska congressional deleg…