The status of Alaska’s budget

"There is no perfect plan, other than the plan that gets done," Walker said. "The worst plan [is] the plan of doing nothing, and continuing on the course that we are on." Photo: Rachel Waldholz/APRN
“There is no perfect plan, other than the plan that gets done,” Walker said. “The worst plan [is] the plan of doing nothing, and continuing on the course that we are on.” Photo: Rachel Waldholz/APRN
Lawmakers are in the final days of the regular legislative session and there is still a lot of daylight between the budget plans of the House and Senate and the Governor. Where do the fiscal plans stand currently and what are the potential impacts to the state’s economy?

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