House District 33 Legislative Update

Welcome to the third issue of my Legislative Update! I hope that everyone is enjoying springtime.
The past few months have gone by so quickly. My staff and I have been incredibly busy attending committee meetings, reviewing bills, reviewing the governor’s appointees, meeting with constituents, and attending legislative receptions and community events.

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Legislative Update

On the 31st day of the 31st Legislature, the House elected Representative Bryce Edgmon (I-Dillingham) as Speaker of the House. I am proud to be a member of the bipartisan coalition. The Majority caucus controls which bills make it to the House floor, the size of the operating and capital budgets, and will set the overall priorities for the next two years.

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My Turn Compromising a Compromise

I read a joke the other day. How many politicians does it take to change a light bulb? Just two – one to change it and another to change it back again. That’s kind of how I’ve been feeling in the halls of the Capitol these past few weeks. One step forward and two steps back. The House is divided and is struggling to unite, and the clock is ticking.

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Juneau delegation Town Hall and Week 2 update

Things have been busy this week at the Capitol as I’ve been meeting with constituents, community groups, and working towards a House organization.
Governor Dunleavy addressed the House and Senate on Wednesday. I’m glad he has expressed that public safety is a priority, and I anticipate seeing more details in his budget and legislation of how he plans to carry that out.

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