Speaker Edgmon’s April 28th Newsletter: Our Personal Investment in Our Communities, Our State, and Alaska’s Next Generation

On Tuesday evening the Senate Labor & Commerce Committee took public testimony on HB 115—the Education Funding Act—and afterward much was made of the fact that a majority of the more than 100 people who called in were in favor of this tax for schools. The testimony went on until after 10:00 p.m., and many people waited hours to put their views on the record.

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NEWS: Broad-Based Revenue Proposal Receives Public Support

Juneau – Last night over 100 Alaskans provided public testimony to the Senate Labor and Commerce Committee on the proposed Education Funding Act, one of the four pillars of the comprehensive fiscal plan put forward by the Alaska House Majority Coalition. A significant majority of those who testified spoke in favor of House Bill 115 and maintaining Alaska’s commitment to public education and the University of Alaska. HB 115 passed the Alaska House of Representatives earlier this month and is under consideration in the Alaska State Senate.

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Rep. Wool’s April 25th Newsletter: Thanks for Participating in Town Hall and Opportunity to Testify SOON!

Thanks to everyone who was able to make it out to my constituent meeting last Saturday evening. It was great to connect with the hardworking people of Fairbanks and hear your thoughts. In case you missed the event, you can check out the slideshow I presented with Commissioner Hoffbeck here.

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Rep. Spohnholz’s April 25th Newsletter: Urgent Action Alert Public- Income Tax and REAL ID

This week there are two important bills up for public. I have shared the details for public testimony on these bill since many of you have expressed interest in them. Click the pic for an up-to-date schedule of opportunity for public testimony. The calendar is often updated, so keep checking to stay up to the minute on any changes.

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