January 2019 Legislative Update

I’m back in Juneau and though the House is not yet organized (that means we have not agreed on leadership or committee chairs), I am encouraged by the act of consensus shown last week. We elected Rep. Neal Foster (Nome) to serve as our Speaker Pro Tem which then allowed us to swear in Rep. Sharon Jackson, the new member from Eagle River. This example of compromise is the first step towards completing the organization of the House.

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First 2019 District 38 Update!

The 2019 Legislative Session has officially begun! I am excited to begin work in our Capital City on behalf of District 38 and the state of Alaska. Although conversations to determine organization in the House continue and committee assignments remain in flux, my office is open and here to work for you. Please reach out if you would like to schedule a meeting, phone call, or need support with a state agency.

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Rep. Tuck’s Community Connection: Back to Juneau for the New Session

Tuesday, January 15, was the official beginning of the 31st Alaska State Legislature. My colleagues and I in the House are still working hard to establish the best possible coalition of Republican, Independent, and Democratic representatives to represent Alaskans. I am confident that in the near future, the House of Representatives will be able to organize and get to work tackling these issues. Here are some pictures from the day.

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Start of the 31st Legislature

Thank you for the honor of representing you in the state legislature. I plan to send regular newsletters, starting with this one.
House organization: At the time of writing, there is not a majority in the House of Representatives. Like many of my colleagues, I strongly support a bipartisan majority that will work toward a balanced budget, protection of the Permanent Fund and a sustainable Permanent…

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Rep. Matt Claman’s Alaska Matters: Session Begins & Constituent Meeting Reminder

This week, I took the Oath of Office and am honored to start my third term representing House District 21. We face many challenges as a state, and over the next 90 days, the Legislature will make decisions that will have an impact for many years to come. We must focus on the future of Alaska by finding solutions that serve all Alaskans—addressing the issues today and not leaving them for the next generation.

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Rep. Adam Wool E-News Update: Special Edition: Winter Neighborhood Survey

I hope that you and your family enjoyed a happy new year and are getting through the cold and dark of Fairbanks this month. This special edition newsletter is to notify you of my neighborhood survey, which has been sent to everyone in District 5. If you have not yet filled out the survey and would like to, please check out the link below so that you can share your thoughts on State government with me. I appreciate your feedback!

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Session has started in Juneau, Pre-Filed Legislation, Upcoming Community Council Meetings

Now that session has started, my staff and I are back in our state’s capitol and are ready to hit the ground running, for you! I hope the last few weeks have been good for you and your family, and that your 2019 has been off to a great start. The kids have been back in school from winter break for a couple weeks now, and the snow has been falling all over. A few days ago, it snowed 18 inches in Juneau

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