July 1 marked the beginning of the new fiscal year for the State of Alaska, which means the rubber just hit the road for a process that began in December 2011 with the introduction of the Governor’s operating, capital, and mental health budget proposals, continued through the legislative session this spring as lawmakers made their mark on the bills, and culminated in mid-May with the bills’ signing.
- Alaska Journal | GUEST COMMENTARY: Governor’s vetoes don’t reflect Alaska’s values August 1
- Chair of Rasmuson Foundation, and Dunleavy voter, walks back support for governor - Alaska Public Media July 29
- KTUU / 26 Jul 2019 / 10:00 PM / KTUU Channel 2 News: Late Edition July 29
- Experts in charitable giving say donations from Alaskans can’t make up funding losses caused by vetoes - Anchorage Daily News July 17