The Alaska Legislature in a sentence
1. The Alaska Legislature consists of a 40-member House of Representatives and a 20-member Senate.
2. The Alaska Legislature is the state legislature of the U.S. state of Alaska.
3. The Alaska Legislature meets in the Alaska State Capitol in Juneau, Alaska.
4. In 1998, the Alaska Legislature passed HJR 62 - "Bring Back Balto" resolution.
5. After Alaska gained statehood, the building served as the home for the Alaska Legislature.
6. The Alaska Legislature meets in the State Capitol building in Juneau.
7. The Attorney General is appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Alaska Legislature.
8. Taylor served in the Alaska Legislature from 1985 to 2003.
9. Mike Miller represented North Pole in both houses of the Alaska Legislature from 1983 to 2001.
10. He was also a second-generation member of the Alaska Legislature;
11. On August 1, the Alaska Legislature hired an independent investigator to review the situation.
12. His running-mate was Andre Marrou, a former member of the Alaska legislature;
13. Gruening led a coalition of Alaska lawmakers that included most of the Alaska Legislature.
14. His nomination was rejected by the Alaska Legislature on April 16, 2009.
15. Muñoz was a third-generation member of the Alaska Legislature.
16. He was sworn into office in June 2009, while the Alaska Legislature was out of session.
17. The Alaska Legislature unanimously confirmed Sullivan's appointment on April 9, 2010.
18. Neal Foster, as was Cathy Muñoz, is a third-generation member of the Alaska Legislature.
19. In January 2017, a similar bill was introduced in the Alaska Legislature.
20. In 1996, the Alaska Legislature passed a bill banning same-sex marriage.
21. In the overall history of the Alaska Legislature, Phillips is the third-longest-serving member;
22. Jerry Ward (born 1948), former member of the Alaska Legislature.
23. At that time the Alaska Legislature created the ARSD.
24. Her father Gene Guess also served in the Alaska Legislature.
25. Pignalberi was involved with the Republican Party and worked for the Alaska Legislature.
26. His daughter Gretchen Guess also served in the Alaska Legislature.
27. In 2010 the Alaska legislature appropriated $60 million for the first "Alaska-class" ferry.
28. He was confirmed by the Alaska Legislature on April 17, 2019.
29. Her mother served as a representative in the Alaska Legislature.
30. Gross worked for the Alaska Legislature, where he met Jay Hammond.
- House of Representatives
- the Alaska Court of Appeals
- up to $100,000
- the Court of Appeals
- the early 1970s
- Alaska Natives
- the Alaskan Independence Party
- Wally Hickel
- February 24, 2015
- October 2016