Rep. Grenn’s December 29th Newsletter: Let’s Ring in the New Year! Upcoming Event & District Survey

With the 2018 session just around the corner, I’d like to make sure we have a chance to connect before I head back down to Juneau. Next Thursday, please join me for a discussion with state and local business leaders regarding Alaska’s economic outlook, as well as a chance to discuss your priorities for the year, face-to-face.

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Rep. Grenn’s June 2nd Newsletter: Session Update, Fiscal Survey & Coming Soon to Your Mailbox

In times of big decisions, it’s so important to talk in-person about what’s being considered, how it impacts our community and our visions for Alaska’s future. While I am always available via email, phone and social media, there’s nothing quite like neighbors meeting and sharing face-to-face.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s May 30th Newsletter: What does a comprehensive, stable fiscal plan look like to you?

I would like to know what you think a comprehensive, stable fiscal plan looks like. The Senate Republican Majority’s current fiscal plan consists of budget cuts, spending limits, reduced PFD, and using our savings to fill the remaining deficit. In January, they attempted to garner support for their fiscal plan by surveying Alaskans’ views on k12 funding, broad-based taxes, and adjusting oil company tax credits.

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Rep. Tuck’s May 30th Newsletter: Statewide Fiscal Survey

In January, the Senate Majority polled Alaskans on a variety of topics relating to Alaska’s budget situation. The results showed Alaskans favor a comprehensive fiscal plan that includes reducing tax credits for the oil and gas industry, a broad-based tax, and continuing to fully fund K12 education.

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