Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: Survey Results

Claman's Alaska Matters

We are over halfway through the 90-day session. This week, we have the results of our constituent survey. Thanks to all who completed the survey. We appreciate your input and will keep your views in mind as the session continues.

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NEWS: Superheroes: Who’s Your Alter Ego?

Rep. Matt Claman

JUNEAU – The Alaska Young Democrats and the Canvas invite you to the 32nd annual charity fundraiser, The Sham Jam, on Saturday March 11th at 8:00 p.m. at the Canvas Art Studio at 223 Seward Street, Juneau.

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Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: School Tax Bill

Claman's Alaska Matters

Constituent surveys and emails show that education is a top priority and the West Anchorage community supports a strong public school system. Our founders recognized that providing public education is one of government’s essential duties. Last week, I introduced House Bill 146, a school tax proposal that helps address Alaska’s fiscal challenges and supports our public schools.

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Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: HB 111: Oil & Gas Tax Bill

Claman's Alaska Matters

The sun is returning in Juneau and we’re hearing bills and preparing the budget. Next week, we wrap up finance subcommittees and make budget recommendations. I’m conscious of the impacts of continued cuts, and continuing to investigate new revenue options.

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NEWS: Alaska House Majority Coalition Supports Disaster Declaration for Opioid Epidemic

Juneau – The members of the Alaska House Majority Coalition commend Governor Walker for his decision to sign a disaster declaration for the worsening opioid epidemic in Alaska. The disaster declaration allows a statewide program under the direction of Alaska’s Chief Medical Officer to facilitate the distribution of the life-saving drug naloxone, which is used to revive overdose victims. Earlier today, Governor Walker signed an Administrative Order that sets up an Incident Command System and directs all state departments to apply for federal grants to respond to the opioid epidemic.

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