Rep. Seaton’s November 6th Newsletter

Greetings from Juneau on this the 14th day of the 4th special session. The House Finance committee spent last week listening to testimony on SB 54, – Crime and Sentencing. The committee listened to invited testimony from multiple departments and state agencies, as well as 10 hours of public testimony. We have been debating this bill on the floor all weekend, and the debate continues today with multiple amendments being offered.

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Rep. Seaton’s October 27th Newsletter: SB 54 Public Testimony Alert

Things are moving quickly during this special session, and I want to keep you, my constituents, up to date. I will be sending out my regular Monday newsletters during the special session but I will also alert you to public testimony opportunities or major schedule changes that occur during the week.

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Rep. Drummond’s October 27th Newsletter: Public Testimony SATURDAY and MONDAY on Further Criminal Justice Reform

The House Finance Committee will meet on Saturday and Monday to accept public testimony on Senate Bill 54, making additional reforms to Alaska’s criminal justice system. The bill passed the House Judiciary Committee late Thursday night and has been referred to the House Finance Committee.

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Rep. Tuck’s October 27th Newsletter: Public Testimony on the Crime Bill; The Alaska Criminal Justice Commission

There are TWO more opportunities for you to make your voice heard on Senate Bill 54, the crime bill, which is now before the House Finance Committee: Saturday, October 28, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Monday, October 30, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s October 27th Newsletter: SB 54 Public Testimony & More!

House Finance will be hearing SB 54: Crime and Sentencing tonight, the bill focuses on amending SB 91: Omnibus Crime Law & Procedure by providing judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement with more tools. If you want to know more about SB 54 and how it will help Alaska, go to the FAQ here.

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Rep. Josephson’s October 27th Newsletter: Public testimony on crime bills — TOMORROW!

I know the crime bills (SB91/SB54) have been on a lot of minds lately. Down in Juneau, the House is holding many a hearing on these bills and, although we’ve heard from several of you in recent public meetings and town halls, we would love to hear official public testimony.

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