Neil Steininger, director of the Office of Management and Budget, said that constraints on revenue will limit the growth of government.
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Four University of Alaska students, including two from Fairbanks, have filed a lawsuit over the management of a $140 million fund that provides financial aid. Gov. Mike Dunleavy is named as a defendant.
The Department of Health and Social Services would split into two separate departments, each with its own executive team. Democratic lawmakers questioned the impact on Alaskans.
Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer made the surprise announcement that he will not run in 2022 during a news conference on election fraud.
Improved public safety, fully funding K-12 education and a $2,564 PFD in 2022 are proposed in the governor's budget for next fiscal year.
Under Alaska’s new system of ranked-choice voting, all the candidates’ names will appear on the same ballot in the August 2022 primary.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy said he expects lawmakers to address a second Permanent Fund dividend for Alaskans when the Legislature convenes in January.
Jeff Turner, Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s spokesman, said the governor “always believed his record would withstand any recall effort.”