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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Rep. Parish’s May 1st Newsletter: BREAKING: DOT Jobs Saved in Juneau

I am pleased to announce that Governor Walker has directed the Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) to not pursue a feasibility study to support the possibility of fully privatizing the DOT&PF design function. In addition to that, the 76 vacant positions previously scheduled for elimination will be preserved in FY18.

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Rep. Parish’s April 7th Newsletter: Day 90 is coming up fast, but Spring is already here!

Hello friends and neighbors in Juneau and across Alaska! Day 90 is coming up fast, but Spring is already here! I went outside today and it wasn’t even cold! This week’s edition is focused on our public education system. Our state is struggling with a faltering economy and with social problems such as child-abuse and drug-addiction. I believe prevention is our best option, that begins with a well-funded public education system.

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Rep. Parish’s Mar. 17th Newsletter: I appreciate your involvement greatly

Hello friends and neighbors in Juneau and across Alaska! I want to start off by thanking everyone who came to my constituent meeting last Sunday. We had a productive discussion, and I got to hear from some truly passionate and caring people. I appreciate your involvement greatly. This is what true democracy looks like – you have helped me represent you.

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