Rep. Josephson’s Newsletter: Out and About

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Being home in Anchorage has been great. The downtown office is coming together, so please come by any time to say “Hi” (716 W 4th Ave Suite, 390). Throughout the past two weeks, I have had the pleasure of attending several community events as well as the opportunity to study some major projects directly affecting our community.

Congratulations to our Anchorage School District high school graduates this week. I am proud of you all!

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Rep. Josephson’s Newsletter: Country Roads, Take Me Home

We are packing up the Juneau office, and Meghan (my aide) and I are very excited to be back in Anchorage. On Monday I will be boarding the ferry to Haines and then driving the 800 miles to Anchorage.

Feel free to contact the office in Anchorage at 269-0265 – I would be happy to discuss events from the end of session or just catch up and talk face-to-face.

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Rep. Josephson’s Newsletter: Save Our Schools

In several of my previous newsletters, I focused on what I believe are detrimental cuts to education. This week a welcomed wave of public support for education funding crashed down on the legislature.

Also, a big congratulations to the to the East High School boys’ basketball team for winning the State Championship! Way to go T-birds!

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Rep. Josephson’s Newsletter: Been There, Done That

Since the 28th Legislature convened on January 15, 2013, the Alaska State House has spent more

time chastising the federal government than working on any other issue (I agree that the federal government needs to be “checked” once in a while!). I am bothered that the legislature is spending huge amounts of time on issues that were already dealt with in previous bills and resolutions. If someone told me that this would happen, I would not have believed them.

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Rep. Josephson’s Newsletter: Now is the Time.

Tonight, you may listen to Mayor Sullivan’s meeting with Anchorage legislators about public employee retirement programs.

Tomorrow is your chance to testify on the operating budget about important issues like education funding, where the legislature has recently made detrimental cuts to pre-kindergarten education.

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