NEWS: The Alaska Independent Democratic Coalition Unites in Opposition to Operating Budget that Harms Kids, Seniors and the Neediest of Alaskans

Juneau – The Alaska House of Representatives passed the Fiscal Year 2016 Budget Thursday night without the support of the Alaska Independent Democratic Coalition. All 13 members voted no because the budget harms seniors and children while protecting corporate interests and unaffordable projects. The Republican budget includes the total elimination of pre-k programs and a significant $32 million cut in funding for K-12 public education. Overall, the budget deficit still remains $3.5 billion. The Alaska Independent Democratic Coalition proposed millions of dollars in spending cuts while supporting efforts to protect education, seniors and kids.

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Rep. Tuck’s Community Connection: Constituent Meeting this Saturday

Rep. Tuck Newsletter

This Saturday, February 28, I will be returning to Anchorage to host my annual constituent meeting and legislative update at the Elim Café. I hope you will be able to join me for snacks, refreshments, and interesting conversation. Your thoughts and concerns will provide me with the guidance I need to better represent you in the Alaska Legislature.

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