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NEWS: Bill to Constitutionally Protect PFD Advances

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 7, 2017 Bill to Protect the Permanent Fund Dividend Advances to Senate Judiciary Committee JUNEAU — Today, the Senate State Affairs Committee passed SJR1 to the Judiciary Committee, its next committee of referral. SJR1 would allow Alaskans a vote to safeguard the Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) in the state’s constitution. The principal or “corpus” of the […]

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NEWS: Bill to Constitutionally Protect the Permanent Fund Dividend Moves Through Committee Process

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 16, 2016 Bill to Constitutionally Protect the Permanent Fund Dividend Moves Through Committee Process JUNEAU – Senate Joint Resolution 1, sponsored by Senator Bill Wielechowski passed the Senate State Affairs Committee yesterday. If the resolution passes both the House and Senate with a 2/3 vote, a question will be put to the people: Shall the Permanent […]

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NEWS: Legal Opinion of Senate Bill 191 Raises Many Constitutional Issues

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 3, 2016 Legislative Legal Services Says Senate Bill 191 Raises Many Constitutional Issues Bill Prohibiting Employees of Abortion Service Providers from Delivering Instruction or Distributing Material in Public Schools Likely Unconstitutional JUNEAU – Today, the Senate Education Committee will hold a hearing on Senate Bill 191, sponsored by Senator Mike Dunleavy (R-Wasilla) and co-sponsored by Senator […]

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NEWS: Statute Clear: No Texas Oilmen on Alaska Board

For Immediate Release: March 21st, 2014 Statute Clear: No Texas Oilmen on Alaska Board Governor admits changes in law needed to make appointment legal          JUNEAU – Today members of the Senate Democratic Caucus delivered a letter to Governor Parnell asking for the removal of Texas Oilman Richard Rabinow from the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation.           “Everyone but the Governor seems to […]

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