A warning from a departing senator to the likes of Murkowski, Sullivan
Right-wing Alaska group claims state could save $1.3 billion on workforce. Don't believe it.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, defeated in her re-election effort in Missouri, had this to say about Republicans in the Senate who believe the best way to get along with President Trump is to go along.
Bloated government foe Dan Saddler lands new state job amid constitutional questions
The column posted by the Anchorage Daily News by Robert Griffin makes the case that state employees are lazy, overpaid and a lot of their jobs should be eliminated.
Dunleavy budget director moves to consolidate power over state agencies
There is something in the Alaska Constitution called the “Ineligibility Clause” that must be addressed in Saddler’s case. The question is whether he must wait a year to work in the Dunleavy administration.
What did Ben Stevens do for Bill Allen and Veco?
The state budget under Gov. Mike Dunleavy is about to be centralized like never before, with power consolidated in the office of the imported slash-and-burn budget shrinker who just got off the airplane.
By giving a good state job to former Sen. Ben Stevens, Gov. Mike Dunleavy has signaled that as far as the Republican Party is concerned, it’s time to forget all about the Veco scandal.