Rep. Guttenberg’s Newsletter: Peonies, Baseball and Marijuana Control Board

Last month the Anchorage Bucs traveled to Fairbanks to take on the Goldpanners and I was honored to be asked to throw out the first pitch of the game. After an amazing pitch that flew right into the catcher’s glove, I was all but asked to be on the team. I was also delighted to accept an invitation to attend the opening ceremonies of the World Eskimo Indian Olympics, where I was able to be part of such a unique and important event that celebrates Alaskan Native diversity, heritage and culture

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Rep. Guttenberg’s Newsletter: Budget Testimony Next Week, Ballot Initiatives in Effect, Peony Month

The House Finance Committee will be taking public testimony this week on the FY 16 Operating Budget. Due to the cuts being made, it is imperative that legislators hear from our constituents.

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Rep. Miller’s District 7 Newsletter: Olnes Pond, Veterans Cemetery, Waiver Update, Peonies

Dear Friends,

Hello! I hope you are all enjoying a safe summer. This is turning out to be a productive interim and I’m privileged to be part of what’s helping Fairbanks and Alaska move forward. I am still impressed that so many folks in our neighborhood let me know what is important! I encourage everyone to do so as often as possible. You are the boss; I am here to listen and serve you.

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