ANCHORAGE (Reuters) - Leaders of the University of Alaska, facing a 41% cut in state funding by the governor, on Monday postponed a decision to declare the academic equivalent of bankruptcy reorganization
ANCHORAGE — An attempt by lawmakers to stop deep cuts to public universities in Alaska faltered this week, leaving administrators preparing to slash academic programs and start the unprecedented process
Alaska's State Budget Is Slumping. The Governor's 40% Cut to the University System Could Make It Even Worse
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy thinks he has a solution to years of state budget shortfalls from shrinking oil industry revenue. On June 28, he used his veto power to slash more than $440 million from the budget.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - Alaska’s governor won a showdown on Wednesday with lawmakers trying to reverse his bid to slash spending on higher education by 40%, but opponents vowed to keep fighting unprecedented
Dunleavy, funded by Koch Brothers and the oil industry, just made unprecedented cuts to health, education and climate change initiatives. Alaska is the largest state in the union, bigger than Texas, California