Fall Revenue Forecast Takes $2 Billion Hit; And Democrats Push For Stricter Campaign Disclosure Laws

The state is expecting $2 billion less in it’s fall revenue forecast. The Sullivan administration puts together its capital budget wish list. The fallout of Governor Sean Parnell’s decision to reject federal Medicaid expansion. Democrats push for stricter campaign disclosure. Tennis courts remain on the Anchorage Assembly’s agenda. House Bill 77 gaining notoriety even though the legislature is out of session. The Anchorage Municipal Library faces troubles. The Anchorage Police Department continues shrinking.

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