Rep. Guttenberg’s November 21st Newsletter: Let’s Do Something About Our Internet Problems!

I’ve heard from many of you that you’re unable to get sufficient internet access. In response to language I put in last year’s budget, the Regulatory Commission of Alaska is holding a special public meeting to solicit public input on the state of broadband in Alaska. Please take a moment to call in tomorrow morning at 9:00am or email the RCA with your comments.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s November 16th Newsletter: Healthcare and Trail safety

Open enrollment for the Health Insurance Marketplace is open until December 15, 2017. Rates have gone down this year and financial assistance and extra savings are available to many Alaskans who qualify. If you have questions or need assistance with the enrollment process, call 1-844-PLANSAK, or visit www.getcoveredalaska.org.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s October 27th Newsletter: SB 54 Public Testimony & More!

House Finance will be hearing SB 54: Crime and Sentencing tonight, the bill focuses on amending SB 91: Omnibus Crime Law & Procedure by providing judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement with more tools. If you want to know more about SB 54 and how it will help Alaska, go to the FAQ here.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s October 24th Newsletter: Special Session, Crime and Budget and the State Ombudsman in Fairbanks

Last weekend, I attended a ceremony in New York City honoring my late Uncle, Officer David Guttenberg. He was a decorated police officer who gave his life in the line of duty. A street was officially renamed after him to honor his sacrifice.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s September 25th Newsletter: Voting & Senior Benefits!

It is time to get out and vote! The Alaska State Council on the Arts have opened public voting for Alaska’s Artistic License Plate. The options are the top five out of hundreds of submissions and are all designed by fellow Alaskans. All ages can vote but you must be a resident of Alaska.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s September 15th Newsletter: Interim Update: Special session, broadband, and healthcare

Today, the Governor announced a special session that will begin on October 23rd. It will focus on revenue and criminal justice reform. Though seemingly unrelated, the recent rise of criminal activity in Alaska is a direct consequence of the fiscal crisis.

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