Breaking Down the Governor’s 2021 Budget | Alaska Insight

Governor Mike Dunleavy released his budget proposal in mid-December, and it looks starkly different from the fiscal plan he put forward last year. Rather than relying on deep cuts to balance the budget, the Governor’s current proposal has a $1.5 billion dollar deficit.

Alaska Public Media’s Zakiya McCummings explains how this year’s plan differs from the 2019 plan.


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