Rep. Drummond’s Dispatch: It’s Anchorage Caucus time!

Rep. Harriet Drummond

Good news for my friends and neighbors in Anchorage: there are two important events coming up this Saturday, February 22nd. First, if there is an issue before the Alaska Legislature that you are concerned about or supportive of, please come and speak up to the Anchorage Caucus from 9:00am to 2:00pm in the Assembly Chambers at the Loussac Library. I’ll be co-chairing the meeting.

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NEWS: Democratic Legislators Introduce Pro-Public School Bill Package

Alaska state and flag

JUNEAU – Today, House and Senate Democratic legislators announced a suite of legislation designed to strengthen public schools and help all Alaskan students succeed. The package of legislation is designed to promote excellence and increase options for students within the public school system while maintaining accountability and reversing cuts to student services.

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ADVISORY: Democratic Legislators to Hold Press Conference on Suite of Education Legislation

JUNEAU – Today, House and Senate Democratic legislators announced they will hold a press conference tomorrow morning, Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. to introduce a suite of pro-public school legislation. The package of legislation would ensure public schools have the resources they need to succeed, families have more educational options within the public school system, and schools are accountable to students, parents, and employers who demand educational success for all students.

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ADVISORY: Anchorage Legislative Caucus Announces Next Public Meeting, Rep. Drummond New Co-chair

Rep. Harriet Drummond

JUNEAU – Today, the Anchorage Legislative Caucus announced the agenda for its next public hearing in Anchorage on February 22, 2014 at the Loussac Library. Representative Harriet Drummond (D-Spenard) is the new democratic co-chair of the Anchorage Legislative Caucus and will co-chair the meeting with Representative Gabrielle LeDoux (R-Northeast Anchorage), the republican co-chair of the caucus.

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