Rep. Edgmon’s weekly newsletter

The Capitol was abuzz this week regarding two presentations given to both the House Finance and Senate
Finance committees. You can view the presentation slides and video of the presentations on the House and
Senate Finance Committee pages.

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Edgmon E-News – March 2 2019

This week, a long-standing goal of mine was realized when we formed the House Special Committee on Tribal Affairs. This is the first time the Alaska Legislature has ever had a committee focused on tribal issues, and it could not come at a better time. As our state faces the most severe budget cuts any Governor has ever proposed, the opportunities for leveraging tribes’ unique government to government relationship with the US Federal Government offer exciting and potentially crucial means of meeting the health, safety, and education needs of rural Alaska communities.

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Edgmon E-News – February 22, 2019

Last week I joined with Representatives from across the political spectrum to form a 25-member House Majority organization. In an effort to set aside partisan differences and bring together a coalition capable of passing a responsible budget, I dropped my party affiliation and was elected Speaker of the House. Our organization includes….

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HOUSE ORGANIZATION: NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUE

Rural legislators have a long history of working with members of both political parties in the interest of good governance. We are driven by a long-term commitment to the success and best interests of the state, not political ideology or national parties. I hope we can form a strong majority made up of members from all parties that represents the best interests of all Alaskans.

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2018 Session Wrap-Up from Rep. Bryce Edgmon

Dear Friends & Neighbors,
For many years I have been grateful to work for House District 37 as your repre-sentative, and for the past two years it has been my honor to serves as the first ever Alaska Native Speaker of the House. During this time, the bi-partisan Alaska House Majority Coalition I lead has worked steadfastly on behalf of rural and urban Alas-kans alike.

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Rep. Bryce Edgmon’s News from Juneau

We are on track to bring the 2018 legislative session to a successful conclusion very soon. As I write this, votes on the final ver-sions of the Operating and Capital Budgets are still pending, and many bills by individu-al lawmakers are passing across both the House and Senate floors.

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