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JUNEAU — The Alaska Senate unanimously passed legislation setting out a new approach for addressing the state’s pension obligation Saturday, less than three hours after the plan emerged from the Senate Finance Committee.
It will be up to the House to decide whether to accept the Senate plan, which advanced on the 89th day of the scheduled 90-day session. If the House doesn’t, the bill could go to a conference committee.
Legislators spent much of Friday and Saturday working to secure votes for various bills while tying up loose ends on others. With a midnight deadline looming to finish the state’s business, there’s much for lawmakers to accomplish concerning several pieces of key legislation.
The debate on two of the session’s biggest issues has been pushed to today. Those issues are education reform and funding and the capital budget.
Democrats, teachers, parents and school officials aren’t happy with what appears to be the future of education funding in Alaska.
Their unhappiness comes as members of the powerful Senate Finance Committee recommended funneling $124.3 million toward education this year — that’s $24.3 million more than was proposed Friday.
JUNEAU — The House Finance Committee on Friday advanced a bill setting the state’s participation in a major liquefied natural gas project, with members expressing a mix of both optimism and skepticism about whether the process would yield a long hoped-for gas line.
ANCHORAGE — A small commercial plane was flying at about 3,400 feet when it crashed near Bethel, killing the two pilots on board, according to a preliminary report by the National Transportation Safety Board.
Investigators still don’t know what caused the Cessna 208 operated by Hageland Aviation to go down on April 8 during a training flight, KYUK reported Thursday.
Investigators were digging through data sent from the plane that crashed in clear, calm weather.