NEWS: Alaska Legislature Passes Legislation to Insure Survivors of Public Servants Killed In the Line of Duty

Juneau – Today, legislation to extend healthcare coverage to the families of peace officers and firefighters killed in the line of duty officially passed the Alaska State Legislature. House Bill 23, sponsored by Representative Andy Josephson (D-Anchorage), passed the Alaska House of Representatives on a unanimous vote in March and a slightly different version of the bill passed the Alaska State Senate last week by a vote of 19-0. The Alaska House formally concurred with the Senate changes to the bill earlier today.

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Rep. Josephson’s April 20th Newsletter: Budget and Taxes

Thank you for subscribing to my newsletter and staying involved with the goings-on of our state. It continues to be an honor to represent you in Juneau and to work on your behalf. Much has happened here in the last couple weeks. I hope this update finds you well and helps you stay informed.

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Rep. Josephson’s April 6th Newsletter: Weekly Update

It is an honor to be your voice in Juneau. I have many priorities, but keeping a dialogue open with my constituents is my top priority. Thank you everyone for subscribing to this newsletter, and thank you for your insightful calls and emails! Here is an update on what’s been happening in my office and in the legislature.

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NEWS: Ten Days Left in Session – Still No Erin’s Law

JUNEAU – There are now 10 days left in the first session of the 29th Alaska Legislature but there is still no movement on legislation to implement Erin’s Law in Alaska. Erin’s Law has been proven in many other states to prevent child sexual abuse by requiring public school districts to offer prevention curriculum.

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