Alaska Senate has approved a measure that calls for less spending
on such things as highway rest stops and trails and more on the
proposed by Senate Majority Leader Ben Stevens, R-Anchorage, would
force the state to spend no more than 10 percent of its federal
highway money on such amenities, according to information on the
Legislature’s Web site.
Senate voted 11-7 in favor of the measure Monday, March 17. The
measure now moves to the House for consideration.