Category - Newsletters

From the Desk of Rep. Seaton, February 19th, 2018: Greetings from Juneau on this 35th day of the session and Happy Presidents Day

Greetings from Juneau on this 35th day of the session and Happy Presidents Day. The losses in the Florida school last week wound my heart. I pray that we can find an effective means to prevent such shootings in Alaska and on the Kenai Peninsula. I am encouraged by the voices of the young people who are speaking out for change.

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Rep. Tuck Newsletter

Rep. Tuck’s February 16th Newsletter: Economic Report

Thank you to everyone who has contacted my office this legislative session. I always appreciate talking and discussing issues with as many people as possible. My goal is to find and apply real workable solutions that put Alaskans back to work and help make Alaska a better place to live. In pursuing these goals, I want to share a few reports that paint a picture of Alaska’s economic situation.

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Rep. Bryce Edgmon

Rep. Edgmon’s Feb 16th Legislative Update: Important Week at the Legislature for the Alaska Native Community

Today is Elizabeth Peratrovich Day—honoring the Southeast Tlingit equal-rights champion whose successes on behalf of Alaska Natives preceded the Lower-48 civil rights movement by a full decade. It’s only fitting, then, that we devote this this week’s newsletter to events marking past and present efforts and accomplish-ments by distinguished Alaska Native leaders.

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House District 38, Your E-News Updates from the Legislative Session February 16th, 2018: House Finance Subcommittees are Wrapping Up!

At day 32 of the legislative session, we are over halfway through the short month of February and the House Finance subcommittees are closing out with amendments to be considered on the House floor. We have updates below on some of the details that are relevant to our region as well as a link to the Governor’s proposed budget that the legislature is considering.

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Claman's Alaska Matters

Rep. Matt Claman’s Alaska Matters February 15th Newsletter

Dear Friends and Neighbors, The tragic school shooting in Parkland, Florida is a call to continue to our commitment to improve public safety. Watch for our Beginning of Session Newsletter and survey in your mailbox this week! You can complete the survey by hand and mail it to our office, or you can save a stamp and complete our survey online. In Juneau, we continue our work to adopt a budget within 90 days.

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Rep. Wool Newsletter

Rep. Wool’s February 13th Newsletter: Taking Care of Business — Bills, Committees, and More

It’s the fifth week of the 2018 legislative session, and I have been busy working on the State’s budget as well as my own bills. We are getting close to wrapping up finance to wrapping up finance subcommittees, which is an important step in reviewing the budgets of individual State Agencies and making recommendations. I have also been kept busy with appointments with people from our district as well as groups from all around Alaska. Listening to your concerns and helping to answer your questions is a continuing priority.

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