3/18/14 KNBA News - Legislators consider buying a legislative office building in Anchorage
Buying rather than leasing a legislative office building in Anchorage would save the state $2.4 million a year, according to Rep. Mike Hawker, Legislative Council chair.
The Alaska House has rejected extending a perk to military same-sex partners - the use of their home-state drivers' license when here temporarily.
The House Finance committee is looking at ways to handle the state's debt to employee pensions.
Alaska's life expectancy is 34th in the nation, and that of Alaska Native people is seven years less than that of Alaskan non-Natives.
House Finance committee is to take testimony on the Governor's omnibus education package.