Jul. 4—JUNEAU — On Wednesday, Gov. Mike Dunleavy unilaterally slice $215 million from Alaska’s state price range, getting rid of raises proposed by the Alaska Legislature and largely reinstating a price range proposal he launched at the start of the year.
Dunleavy, detailing his vetoes on Thursday, explained that “general, there weren’t significant cuts to current systems.”
Even though the vetoes are tiny in comparison with the all round sizing of the state’s yearly budget, some specific vetoes were being substantial in comparison to the dimension of the programs they included. For instance, Dunleavy vetoed 62% of condition funding for