Rep. Tuck’s January 24th Newsletter: I look forward to a productive 90-day session.

It has been a great honor to serve as my neighbors’ Representative in the Legislature as the Majority Leader in the Alaska House Majority Coalition.  We are made up of Alaska Independents, Alaska Republicans, and Alaska Democrats who have joined together to come up with real solutions for Alaska’s needs.

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Rep. Josephson’s January 24th Newsletter: Welcome back!

My staff and I are already very hard at work for you in this second week of the 2nd session of the 30th State Legislature. This session is off to a very busy start, jammed with meetings, deadlines, and duties.

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Rep. Kawasaki’s January 23 Newsletter: Getting Down to Business

The second week of the 2018 Legislative Session has started and business is in full swing. This week I will hold House Finance Budget Subcommittee hearings for the Department of Public Safety, the Department of Corrections and the Department of Military and Veteran Affairs.

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Rep. Gara’s November 13th Newsletter: Senate Leaders Choose No Jail Time for Car Theft, Sexual Abuse of Minors (and a Bigger Recession!) Over Staying at Work

I’m here in Juneau, with almost no senators. That’s been the case for most of Special Session, as most Republican Senate majority members skipped work the first ten days of this 30-day Special Session and then left for good this past Saturday.

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Rep. Tarr’s November 10th Newsletter: SB 54 Passes House, What’s Next for Criminal Justice Reform, and Apply to be a Trooper

I’m thinking of all of our Veterans today, including my brother and Grandfather, who served our country honorably and fought to protect the freedoms we cherish as Americans. This week we also honor our Women Veterans, with their own day on November 9th, as passed by the legislature in 2000. I loved reading this story about honoring our local Women Veteran sheroes at the VA in Anchorage on Alaska Women Veterans Day.

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