Rep. Adam Wool’s update from Juneau – See you this Sunday!

This weekend, the House Finance Committee will be visiting communities around the state to give constituents the opportunity to watch a short presentation on Alaska’s fiscal situation and to share their thoughts on the budget. Although I am not on the finance committee, I will be in attendance to hear from everyone in attendance, and I’d love to hear from you.

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Rep. Adam Wool’s Update from Juneau: Budget Discussions Heating Up

Two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to see many of you at a constituent meeting hosted by Rep. Grier Hopkins and myself, and I’d like to thank everyone who came out for sharing their concerns with us. I think it’s fair to say that almost everyone in attendance was in favor of maintaining current levels of funding for state services, especially K-12 education and the University. People voiced a willingness to receive a….

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Rep. Adam Wool’s Update from Juneau: Community meeting this Sunday, February 24th

Greetings from Juneau. It’s been a busy week. I’ve heard from many of you over the last week about the Governor’s budget- thank you for reaching out to me. Let’s continue the conversation this Sunday at a community meeting: Myself and Rep Grier Hopkins (Dist 4) will be hosting a community meeting this Sunday at the Blue Loon from 2:30-4pm. We will give you our take what’s happening, or not happening, in Juneau right now.

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Rep. Adam Wool’s E-News Update from Juneau

The House finally organized into a majority/minority structure this week by giving Rep. Bryce Edgmon from Dillingham enough votes to become Speaker of the House. He was the speaker for the last two years and I look forward to working with him again as a member of the majority.

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Rep. Adam Wool’s E-News: Update from Juneau

I’m back in Juneau for session and although this session has started out in a most unusual way it is good to be here. The House hasn’t organized into a majority/minority structure yet as many of you know, but hopefully it will be happening soon. Once a majority is formed and a speaker is chosen we will all get our committee assignments. The one bill we all work on, and that must be passed by law, is the budget. We aren’t expected

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Rep. Adam Wool E-News Update: Special Edition: Winter Neighborhood Survey

I hope that you and your family enjoyed a happy new year and are getting through the cold and dark of Fairbanks this month. This special edition newsletter is to notify you of my neighborhood survey, which has been sent to everyone in District 5. If you have not yet filled out the survey and would like to, please check out the link below so that you can share your thoughts on State government with me. I appreciate your feedback!

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Rep. Adam Wool E-News Update: What to Expect when Expecting a New Legislature

The session for the 31rst Alaska State Legislature will begin on January 15, 2019. This is the time when legislators, both newly elected and re-elected, begin to prioritize their efforts for the coming year. A lot still remains to be seen about the election process, as the outcome of the race in House District 1 in Fairbanks is yet to be determined. This race will determine what the State House, and the Legislature as a whole, will look like. No matter who is in charge, there are a few issues I plan to focus on during my time in Juneau this year. While quick fixes don’t exist for the challenges we face, the following will be my priorities to work on this year

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Rep. Adam Wool E-News Update: 30th AK State Legislature Comes to a Close

As many of you know, this session led to some controversial conversations regarding distilleries and breweries, as well as many other topics in the alcohol industry. Many of these conversations centered around the Title IV bill, Senate Bill 76, which was not passed this session. However, legislation was passed with allows for distilleries to make mixed drinks (this was the same language that was in House Bill 269,) and my bill to grandfather in Alaska’s historic roadhouses (House Bill 301) was also passed. To see a brief explanation of why Senate Bill 76 did not pass, and how these changes happened, please read more at the bottom of this newsletter.

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Rep. Adam Wool Enews Update: Three Big Bills this Week

Dear friends, neighbors, and fellow Fairbanksans,
Finally, the 30th Alaska State Legislature is winding down and wrapping up. While there are still a few more issues to resolve here in Juneau, including the State budget, this has been a long and productive session. I am proud of what has been accomplished, and optimistic about being able to come home soon.

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Adam Wool Enews Update: Coffee Talk this Saturday, April 21

It’s Day 95 of session, and it’s probably no surprise that legislators are still in Juneau. This has been a long, busy, and productive session, with many important pieces of legislation passing that will improve government efficiency and prioritize essential services.

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