NEWS: Coalition Members Appalled by President Trump’s Response to the Violence in Charlottesville, Virginia

Anchorage – The members of the bipartisan Majority organization in the Alaska House of Representatives are appalled by President Donald Trump’s response to last week’s events in Charlottesville, Virginia. The President insisted that blame for the violence and hatred be equally spread among all participants, including those protesting Nazi, white-supremacist, homophobic, and anti-Semitic ideology.

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NEWS: Regulatory Commission of Alaska Seeks Information About Broadband Internet Coverage

Rep. David Guttenberg

Fairbanks – The Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA) has opened a public process to gather information about broadband internet service in Alaska, including current and future projects. The RCA will use the voluntary information for a report to the Alaska Legislature. The effort to examine the availability of broadband internet in Alaska is the result of intent language inserted into the FY 2018 budget at the behest of House Finance Committee member Representative David Guttenberg (D-Fairbanks).

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EVENT: End of Session (Finally) Constituent Meeting – August 3rd

Rep. David Guttenberg

Last night, the legislature passed the FY18 Capital Budget and adjourned. I am now back in Fairbanks for good and I want to hear from and speak to my constituents. I will be holding a constituent meeting next week on Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 from 5:30-6:30pm at the UAF Margaret Murie Building. I will be speaking about healthcare, improving broadband, the budgets, and anything else you would want to talk about. I am excited to finally come home. I hope to see many of you there

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NEWS: Alaska Legislature Passes Responsible Capital Budget Compromise

Juneau – Today, the Alaska Legislature overwhelmingly passed a capital budget for Fiscal Year 2018 that will result in approximately $1.2 billion in federal funds coming to Alaska. The approved capital budget was a negotiated compromise that ensures continued funding for Alaska’s roads, bridges, and other vital infrastructure. House Finance Committee Co-chair Rep. Neal Foster (D-Nome) helped negotiate the compromise and worked to ensure passage today.

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