Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: Public Safety Concerns

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With some of the recent reports of crime in Anchorage, the community is concerned about public safety in our neighborhoods. In this newsletter, we have compiled a number​ of useful resources to keep you informed of public safety incidents, aware of ways to report crime, and involved in achieving better safety outcomes in your area.

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Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: AK LNG Project Update

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The Joint Senate and House Resources Committee heard an update on the Alaska LNG Project. The Walker administration introduced the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation’s (AGDC) new State-owned model that may reduce project cost and the three major North Slope oil producers offered their perspectives on the project.

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Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: Happy Labor Day!

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On Labor Day, we pay tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. This weekend, we remember the history of the labor movement and celebrate the strength and diversity of our nation’s workers.

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Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: Spotlighting Small Businesses

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Locally-owned businesses build strong communities by keeping dollars in the local economy, creating jobs, and sustaining vibrant neighborhoods. This week, we recognize two successful, growing businesses in our community: Anchorage Yoga and the Moose’s Tooth Pub & Pizzeria!

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Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: End of the Second Special Session

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As we try to work together to solve our challenges at home, we are saddened by another senseless attack, this time on Thursday evening in Nice, just one week after the attack on police officers in Dallas.
My heart goes out to all whose family and loved ones were killed or injured. Our thoughts are with the people of France and the people of Dallas.

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Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: End of the First Special Session

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Saturday evening, the legislature adjourned the first special session without approving any revenue measures to help close Alaska’s $4 billion deficit. On Sunday, Governor Walker called the legislature back to address Alaska’s financial challenges at a second special session to start on July 11th.

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