Rep. Seaton’s July 17th Newsletter

On Saturday the House and Senate reached a compromise and passed HB 111, the oil and gas tax credit bill, and ended the second special session of the 30th legislature. The compromise takes the immediate step of ending cash credits statewide and includes some sideboards to protect the state from an unaffordable high future liability. Hopefully the public commitment that both bodies made to a working group will ensure that further oil and gas reforms will be addressed. A stable oil and gas tax system that the state can afford is key to a complete fiscal plan and this is a step in the right direction.

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Rep. Seaton’s May 15th Newsletter

Greetings from Juneau this 119th day of session. I hope you were able to enjoy Mother’s Day yesterday, celebrating all mothers, step-mothers, godmothers, foster-mothers and other women that have loved, nurtured, guided and influenced us throughout our lives, and remember those that are no longer with us.

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Rep. Claman’s May 13th Newsletter: Happy Mother’s Day!

Providing love and support to our families is the some of the most important work we can do. This weekend, we take time to say thank you: Happy Mother’s Day to the women who, each and every day, help raise, love, and do right by our children and families.

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Rep. Kito’s May 12th Newsletter: Fiscal Plan Progress Update

The 121-day Constitutional end-of-session deadline is fast-approaching and progress has slowed dramatically. We are starting to hear of some movement in the Senate, but actions on HB115, the Education Funding Act, have become a challenge.

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Rep. Josephson’s May 5th Newsletter: Weekly Update

The seasons are changing in Juneau and I’m still here working hard to represent you and do what I hope is best for all Alaskans. I want to extend a special thank-you to those who phoned in to the University Subcommittee meeting last Saturday. We in the Capitol are sometimes called leaders, but we lead best with input from our constituents.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s May 2nd Newsletter: Monday Update, Constituent Meeting, UA Testimony, and more

Happy May Day! May Day also marks the beginning of the “Week of Hearings” in House Finance. We will be listening to presentations on the economy and fiscal policy from various experts. These presentations will be highly informative. If you are interested in viewing them, they will begin at 1:30 pm every day. Click here for a link to the live streams.

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Rep. Claman’s April 28th Newsletter: Budget Updates

Today marks the 102nd day of the session. The House has passed its four-pillared responsible action plan to the Senate for consideration. As the House hears additional legislation, the budget remains our top priority and we’re committed to working together with the Senate.

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Rep. Claman’s April 19th Newsletter: Funding Education

Easter Sunday was the 90th day of Legislative Session. And on Saturday, the House passed the fourth and final piece of a responsible action plan for Alaska. As the Senate considers the legislation, the budget will remain our top priority and we’re committed to working together.

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