Legislators may rethink rules on voting
Issue arises over conflict of interest in floor votes; under present rules, members declare conflict, are still required to vote
A lively discussion on the rules for voting on the floor of the Alaska House of Representatives took place as the Democratic minority and the Republican majority held initial press availabilities for the second session of the 25th Legislature on its opening day, Jan. 15.
Under current rules, member....
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