Over the last five years, we’ve frittered away more than $16 billion of our savings while we’ve been arguing about a plan to fill the state budget gap. But the more we drain our savings without a plan, the less private business will be willing to invest.
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The Legislature is more than halfway into the special session and Alaska still lacks a fiscal plan. We are on the edge of an economic meltdown. The budget passed by the Legislature during its regular session would fund next year’s spending solely out of our primary savings account, the Constitutional Budget Reserve. This would consume … Continue reading Alaska House must act now on budget, pull us back from the brink
OPINION: Labor and business leaders agree that any attempt to steer Alaska's finances on the right path must include using Permanent Fund earnings.
OPINION: As Alaskans, we call for a two-prong strategy to effectively advance U.S. interests in the Arctic. We must invest in critical infrastructure necessary to support core government missions and increased human activity.