Rep. Spohnholz’s July 28th Newsletter: Pragmatic compromise & better eye care for Alaskans

Rep. Spohnholz's newsletter

Yesterday, the legislature convened itself in a 3rd special session to pass the capital budget. The legislature passed a bipartisan compromise that uses about $122 million in state unrestricted general funds to obtain about $1.2 billion in federal funds. For every dollar in state funds, we receive $10 from the federal government for a variety of infrastructure and transportation projects.

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Rep. Spohnholz’s June 8th Newsletter: Special Session Frustration on Day 21

Rep. Spohnholz's newsletter

It is day 21 of the Special Session focused on our fiscal situation and Alaskans are frustrated. The legislature has not gotten its work done and we continue to have fiscal uncertainty despite extending the regular session to 120 days and the Governor calling us back into a Special Session focused on a fiscal plan. As I sit here in my office in the Capitol, with no committee meetings on my schedule, I am frustrated too.

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