I have had the ultimate honor to serve as your State Representative for the last two years. Every day presented itself with the opportunity to meet so many of our wonderful neighbors and to help work on the issues important to our great state. I’ve appreciated the opportunity to do my part during these hard times and to make our community better.Read more
I’ve always been proud of my city and state, and the response to last Friday’s earthquake is just another example of Alaska’s greatness.Read more
Anchorage – This week, the Alaska Travel Industry Association (ATIA) presented an award to Representative Jason Grenn (I-Anchorage) for his work on behalf of Alaska’s growing tourism industry. Rep. Grenn was given the association’s “Legislative Recognition” award for his ongoing support for Alaska’s tourism marketing program and travel industry.Read more
This will be my last e-news for a while, but let’s keep in touch!
Per ethics rules, legislators are advised not to send out newsletters 30 days prior to an election. However, I’m still here to represent our district, so don’t hesitate to contact me if you need anything!
As much as we don’t want to see summer end, it seems fall is just around the corner. That means it’s time for Sand Lake Community Council to start meeting once again!
Community council is a great way to connect with neighbors on issues impacting the quality of life in our area, weigh in on community decisions, and talk with your elected officials (both municipal and state).
During campaign years, ethics rules recommend that legislators take a break from sending out “mass mailings” (both mail and electronic newsletters) within 30 days of a primary or general election. This is to help make sure state resources aren’t used in a way that could be confused with “campaign mailings.”
So, while I am still very much working for the district, this will be my last e-news for a while. That said, please know I’m still here and available, so don’t hesitate to reach out!
Anchorage – Alaska Governor Bill Walker will sign a bill Thursday evening in Anchorage to strengthen the conflict of interest standards for members of the Alaska Legislature. House Bill 44, sponsored by Representative Jason Grenn (I-Anchorage), also prohibits lawmakers from collecting per diem payments after the 121-day Constitutional deadline for the length of legislative sessions unless the state’s operating budget is passed.Read more
I’m pleased to announce that this morning, House Bill 43 – or the “Right to Try”- became law in Alaska. It was an honor to sponsor this important legislation, see it through the process, and sit with Governor Walker as he signed it into law.Read more