Where to get info on proposed budget cuts

Where to get info on proposed budget cuts

Governor Bill Walker submitted a “Work-In-Progress” budget to meet the constitutional deadline of Dec. 15.

He plans to make  alterations and cuts. You can follow his changes by going to the Office of Management and Budget’s website and use the links in the right column which will take you to the page shown in photo above:

 

 Radio Show for Monday, Dec. 15, 2014

 

Why not put your name in for a board or commission

New bipartisan adminstration means new opportunities to get in on the ground floor of Alaska policies and decision-making

How to apply for position on an Alaska board or commission

Place to get information on the various Alaska boards and commissions and how to apply.

More Information

Alaska will have a new governor

Alaska will have a new governor

Sean Parnell Concedes to Bill Walker

Transition already started, mutual cooperation

Walker to be sworn in on Dec. 1

 

Click Below to listen to The LegHead Report for Mon. Nov 17: Parnell concedes election to Walker (2:28)

Resources:

Walker/Mallot thank Parnell for “gracious” concession that allows for transition.  (Takes you to Walker-Mallott campaign page)

Governor’s note to Alaskans conceding election. (Takes you to Parnell’s Facebook page.)

 

Wednesday is Constitution Day

Wednesday is Constitution Day

Photo courtesy Constitution Week USA.com

 

How much do you know about the U.S. Constitution?

 

Here’s a great resource: Lesson Plans and Activities for Constitution Week from the Constitution Center.

The LegHead Report for Wed. Sept. 17 Constitution Day — School House Rock

The LegHead Report for Thurs. Sept. 18 —  We the People

The LegHead Report for Fri. Sept. 19 — Constitution Facts

 

Can you pass the U.S.  Naturalization Test?

 

 

National Guard Report Released

National Guard Report Released

Graph Above: Percentage of Alaska National Guard survey participants who perceive three or more barriers to reporting sexual assaults within the guard.

 

The top officer of the Alaska National Guard was forced out by Governor Sean Parnell following last week’s release of the finding of an investigation of misconduct and sexual assault of Alaska Guard members.

Governor Sean Parnell released the findings Sept. 4, and took the resignation of the adjutant general, Major General Thomas H. Katkus.

 

The LegHead Report for Mon. Sept. 8 Gov. Parnell releases findings of special report.  1 of 5 Parts

The LegHead Report for Tues. Sept. 9 Gov. Special report find most National Guard members see barriers to reporting sexual assaults.  2 of 5 Parts

 

Link to Governor’s Press Release on Alaska National Guard

Link to Video of Press Conference

Link to Special Investigator’s Report