Rep Grenn’s April 3rd Newsletter: Operating Budget Update
Some very exciting news was highlighted in the Anchorage Daily News this week about the recently established Sand Lake Community Patrol. This is a great group of neighbors that have come together to increase safety on our streets, and I can’t wait to join the patrol when I get back home after we get our work done here in Juneau. Congrats to everyone involved on making this happening!Read More →
The Coffee’s on me this Saturday!
Want to talk with me about the budget, important legislation, or other issues on your mind? Stop by the Jewel Lake Kaladi Brothers this Saturday from 11:30am – 1pm and let’s touch base!Read More →
Rep. Grenn’s March 9th Newsletter: Survey Results Are In!
Thank you to everyone who had a chance to fill out this year’s constituent survey! I received hundreds of responses, all of which are very helpful in gauging where our district stands on issues facing our state and neighborhoodRead More →
Rep. Grenn’s February 28th Newsletter: Public Safety is Top Priority
The right to feel safe in our neighborhood is something I take very seriously. Everyone deserves the right to feel safe in their homes and communities. Across the state, Alaskans agree – public safety is of the highest priority.Read More →
House Passes Resolution on Proposed Plan for Offshore Lease Sales
Juneau – Today, the Alaska House of Representatives passed House Resolution 6, weighing in on the 2019-2024 National Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Draft Proposed Program. The current draft program calls for lease sales in 14 of the 15 planning areas in Alaska (there are a total of 26 planning areas across the country).Read More →
Legislation Filed to Help Market Alaska as a Tourism Destination
Juneau – Today, Representative Jason Grenn (I-Anchorage) introduced legislation to allow tourism businesses in Alaska to work together to promote Alaska as a one-of-a-kind tourism destination. House Bill 383 would create a “Travel Alaska Board” and establish a funding mechanism through which sectors of the tourism industry may vote to assesses themselves to pay for tourism marketing.Read More →
Rep. Grenn’s February 15th Newsletter: Last Week for the Survey!
Don’t miss your chance to participate in the district survey! This is the last week it will be open and I’d love to hear your thoughts.Read More →
The Alaska House Majority Coalition is taking the lead on common sense protection of baseline education funding.
The Alaska House Majority Coalition is taking the lead on common sense protection of baseline education funding. This video is a call for Alaskans to help our Coalition pass legislation that will promote stability and end the yearly uncertainty facing school districts, parents, teachers and students.Read More →
Rep. Grenn’s January 30th Newsletter: Staying Connected
Keeping you informed about what’s happening in Juneau and the important issues facing our community has always been a top priority for me. But even more important is hearing directly from my neighbors. I’ve received some great feedback so far through this year’s district survey , and hope you can take a moment to fill it out if you haven’t already!Read More →
Rep. Grenn’s January 19th Newsletter: Greetings from Juneau (Again)
Hard to believe, but it’s that time again! We are now back in Juneau for the start of the 2018 Regular Session, which officially began this week. As we kick off this session, I want to remind you of some great ways to stay up-to-date and keep in touch.Read More →
Rep. Grenn Optimistic About Taking Action on Balance Billing in 2018
Anchorage – Last March, Representative Jason Grenn introduced House Bill 193, legislation intended to protect Alaskans receiving emergency medical services from being held personally liable for huge, unexpected out-of-network health insurance costs.Read More →