After marathon session, Legislature finally approves covid-19 disaster declaration
It took nearly seven hours, but the Senate churned through three dozen amendments and approved a narrowed extension of the state’s covid-19 disaster declaration on Wednesday night.
Good morning, Alaska! It’s Day 101 of the legislative session.
After a marathon Senate session on Wednesday, the Legislature has finally passed an extension to the state’s covid-19 disaster declaration two-and-a-half months after it first expired and just two days before a looming federal deadline to receive this month’s allotment of boosted federal food…
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