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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Sean Parnell
Lawmakers late Wednesday announced a tentative deal on an education package, the issue that sent them into an extended legislative session.
The Senate Finance Committee advanced a broad-ranging education bill Saturday that adds more money to public education and raises the required local contribution for schools.
The Alaska Senate unanimously passed legislation setting out a new approach for addressing the state's pension obligation Saturday, less than three hours after the plan emerged from the Senate Finance Committee.
Gov. Sean Parnell said repealing the state's oil tax system would "kill" oil production.
Gov. Sean Parnell is hosting an online town hall Wednesday.
Gov. Sean Parnell has signed into law a bill allowing out-of-state residents to serve on the board of the Alaska Gasline Development Corp., or AGDC.
The House Finance Committee advanced Gov. Sean Parnell's plan for addressing the state's pension obligation Tuesday, but the issue was not yet settled.
Municipal leaders on Saturday expressed support for Gov. Sean Parnell's approach to addressing the state's pension obligation.
Gov. Sean Parnell has outlined his plan for addressing Alaska's nearly $12 billion unfunded pension obligation in bill form.
The broad-ranging education bill that passed the state House after hours of debate seemed to leave few representatives completely satisfied.
After hours of debate, the Alaska House passed a broad-ranging education bill, minus a proposal to address the teachers' retirement system.
The state Revenue Department is forecasting higher oil production than previously expected, though the overall, long-term trend is still one of decline.
The state of Alaska announced Monday it will sue the federal government to open a road through a national wildlife refuge so that residents of a village will have improved access for emergency flights at an all-weather airport.
The House Resources Committee version of a bill to advance a major liquefied natural gas project was starting to take shape Saturday, as members dug into a thick stack of proposed changes.
The chairwoman of the Senate Resources Committee plans to hold a controversial permitting bill, effectively killing it this session.
Gov. Sean Parnell, who said he worked with legislators on the issue and had a large easel in his office outlining the numbers in the compromise bill, said lawmakers should be proud of the work they've done this session, including on education.