JUNEAU â€“ On Monday, following weeks of deliberation, expert testimony, reviews by state departments, public testimony and involved companies, the Senate Resources Committee passed out Senate Bill 138, the Alaska LNG Project legislation.
JUNEAU-Yesterday, Senator John Coghill, R-North Pole, introduced Senate Bill 75 to ensure Alaskans receive all of the protections guaranteed to them under the U.S. Constitution, including the right to own firearms and the privilege of habeas corpus which includes protection against unlawful detainment.
JUNEAU-Yesterday, the Interior Delegation of the Alaska State Senate is applauding U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski for her comments and tireless fight for Alaskans. During her annual address to the Joint Legislature, Senator Murkowski emphasized the need for Alaskans to join forces in the fight against downsizing Eielson Air Force Base, the need to solve the […]
JUNEAU-Yesterday, members of the Senateâ€™s Special Committee on Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) Throughput moved Senate Bill 21 out of committee with a letter of intent describing several key findings and recommendations of the TAPS committee to the next two committees of referral, Resources and Finance. The conclusions were reached after the committee held six meetings […]