NEWS: Rep. LeDoux Mandates Harassment Prevention Training for All Lawmakers and Staff in the Alaska House

Anchorage – Representative Gabrielle LeDoux (R-Anchorage) issued the following statement in response to a press release from Rep. Tammie Wilson calling for her resignation and objecting to sexual harassment training for all lawmakers and staff. Rep. LeDoux has mandated the training to ensure a safe and respectful workplace in the Alaska Legislature.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s Legislative Report: Open House and New Governor

Now that the 2014 election results have been certified I can reach out to my new area in an official capacity. You can (Ester, Farmers Loop, Goldstream 1&2, Steese East/Gilmore, Steese West and University Hills) expect to receive information on how to contact my office in your mail box.

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NEWS: House Democrats Oppose Increased LIO Expenditure

House Democratic Leader Representative Chris Tuck (D-Anchorage) today reiterated his caucus’s position regarding yesterday’s Legislative Council vote to authorize increased spending on the Anchorage Legislative Information Office (LIO). 

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Rep. Josephson’s Newsletter: Face-to-Face with your Legislators

In the past few weeks I have received countless emails on important subjects like ending cuts to our public school teachers, supporting efforts toward a large diameter gasline, opposing the constitutional amendment to allow public funds to go to private and/or religious schools, as well as emails about local issues such as the UMed/Northern Access Road.

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Rep. Josephson’s Newsletter: Lives on the Line

We’re off to a quick start this session. In addition to dealing with important issues like giving our public schools support they can count on and asking the hard questions about the large diameter gasline, I have been able to spend some time working on my own legislation. Last week I offered a bill that would provide health care coverage to Alaskans who need it the most.

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