Rep. Tarr’s Newsletter: Save the date!

This Saturday is happening! There are several really cool events coming up with our neighborhood Russian Jack community picnic, the Governor’s picnic, and the Stop the Violence Party at Northway Mall. There’s even a free shuttle so you can attend the Governor’s Picnic and the Stop the Violence Party and you won’t have to worry about finding parking!

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Rep. Josephson’s Newsletter: WE’RE IN! Alaska is now the 30th state to accept Medicaid expansion

Today, Alaska Governor Bill Walker announced plans to take advantage of federal funding to expand eligibility for Medicaid in Alaska. This action is supported by the Alaska Independent Democratic Coalition, which made Medicaid expansion a priority during the First Session of the 29th Alaska Legislature. Medicaid expansion comes with tremendous benefits including over a billion dollars in new federal revenue over the next six year, the creation of 4,000 jobs, and $1.2 billion in additional wages and salaries. Studies suggest Medicaid expansion would result in $2.49 billion in increased economic activity across Alaska.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s Newsletter: Fox Springs Public Comment Meeting

The Fourth of July is upon us, and this coming weekend I will be at the Ester Parade dressed as my favorite alter ego—Uncle Sam. Come out to support Ester at this fun, family event, and feel free to chat with me about any concerns or questions surrounding our community and state.

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Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: Mayor’s Inauguration, Supreme Court Decisions, and Summer Activities

I encourage everyone to join me downtown today for the Inauguration of our new Mayor, Ethan Berkowitz. The Inauguration will be at the Anchorage Towne Square (544 W 5th Ave) from 4pm to 7pm. I look forward to working with the new Municipal Administration on issues effecting Anchorage, specifically the Turnagain, Spenard, and Sand Lake communities.

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