Juneau – Tonight, the Alaska House of Representatives passed legislation to early fund Alaska’s K-12 public education system. House Bill 287 prioritizes public education by advancing it from the normal budget process. The author of HB 287 is House Finance Committee Co-Chair Rep. Paul Seaton (R-Homer).Read more
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The Alaska House Majority Coalition is taking the lead on common sense protection of baseline education funding. This video is a call for Alaskans to help our Coalition pass legislation that will promote stability and end the yearly uncertainty facing school districts, parents, teachers and students.Read more
REPRESENTATIVE MATT CLAMAN (907) 465-4919 (888) email@example.comCONTACT: Drew Cason (907) 575-2068 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 5, 2018 GeolocationRead more
Juneau – Earlier today, Representative Zach Fansler submitted a letter of resignation to Speaker of the House Rep. Bryce Edgmon (D-Dillingham). Speaker Edgmon and the Alaska House Majority Coalition had requested his resignation upon learning of allegations that he committed an act of physical violence against a woman in his hotel room.Read more
Along with Senator Begich and Senator Wielechowski, I have introduced a package of legislation that would protect net neutrality in Alaska and urge Congress to overturn the unfortunate Federal Communications Commission order reversing net neutrality protections across the United States. Our legislation, HJR 31, HB 277, SJR 12, and SB 160 would ensure the internet remains an free and open place for unrestricted communication and commerce.
If you like, you may add your name to the list of net neutrality supporters in Alaska by signing this letter to the Alaska State Legislature. Your message will be entered as public testimony so that your voice is heard by every Representative and Senator in the Alaska State Legislature. Please contact me office if you have any questions about net neutrality, HB277, or HJR31. Thank you.Read more