JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy has announced wide-ranging budget vetoes amid a collapse in oil prices. He cited expectations that many of the larger cuts, including aid for schools and local governments, would be offset through use of federal funds tied to COVID-19 relief. Some legislators questioned whether the federal money can be used that way. Dunleavy said Tuesday that his administration looked over details of the federal package and talked with people in Washington. He didn’t say who. But he said the administration believes it is acting appropriately.