NEWS: Juneau Delegation Wants to Hear from You About Legislative Priorities

Juneau – The Juneau delegation in the Alaska House and Senate will hold a town hall on Wednesday to discuss legislative issues, including the ongoing fiscal crisis and efforts to reform Alaska’s criminal justice statutes. The public meeting will include Senator Dennis Egan (D-Juneau), Representative Sam Kito III (D-Juneau), and Representative Justin Parish (D-Juneau).

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Rep. Kito’s September 12th Newsletter: Southeast Conference

Southeast Conference is meeting in Haines next week. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet with other leaders in Southeast to learn about activities that promote strong economies, healthy communities, and a quality environment in Southeast Alaska. I will be there representing the district to make sure your voices are heard.

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Rep. Parish’s June 30th Newsletter: Capitol Update

The House passed an operaƟng budget, for a third Ɵme this year, nine days before a shutdown. We prevented the worst cuts proposed by the Senate Majority. They proposed cuts to educaƟon that would have cost the Juneau School District 25 teachers and staff. They proposed cuts that would have closed the Juneau Pioneer Home. They proposed cuts that would have costed your friends and neighbors their jobs.

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NEWS: Rep. Parish Wants Input from Juneau Residents on Alaska’s Fiscal Future

Juneau – Representative Justin Parish (D-Juneau) is seeking the input of Juneau residents on priorities that must be achieved before the end of the current legislative session in Juneau. Rep. Parish is holding a town hall meeting Tuesday to gather input and to brief residents on the status of efforts to pass a comprehensive fiscal plan to solve Alaska’s $2.7 billion budget gap and respond to the ongoing recession.

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NEWS: Rep. Parish Praises Governor Walker’s Decision to Preserve Essential State Jobs

Juneau – Representative Justin Parish (D-Juneau) is praising a decision by Governor Walker that will preserve essential state jobs and prevent layoffs that could impact Alaska’s roads, bridges, airports, and public buildings. Rep. Parish has learned that Governor Walker decided not to pursue a costly feasibility study to examine fully privatizing the design functions of the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. The Governor’s decision preserves hundreds of state jobs threatened by a successful privatization effort.

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