EVENT: Alaska House Majority Coalition Press Availability Scheduled for Tuesday

Juneau – The Alaska House Majority Coalition will hold a press availability Tuesday morning that will include House Majority Leader Rep. Chris Tuck (D-Anchorage), House Resources Committee Co-chair Rep. Andy Josephson (D-Anchorage), House Energy Committee Chair Rep. Adam Wool (D-Fairbanks), and House Health and Social Services Committee Chair Rep. Ivy Spohnholz (D-Anchorage)

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Rep. Wool’s April 20th Newsletter: Alaska State House Working to Solve Alaska’s Fiscal Gap

Rep. Wool Newsletter

Day 90 has passed and the Legislature is still in session. I’d prefer that the Legislature get its business done within the voter-mandated 90 days, but the state Constitution allows the Legislature to continue until Day 121. This year we were presented with a huge challenge so it’s no surprise that we are here in Juneau past day 90 and that’s OK. This is a very important time for our state and we need to make the big and difficult decisions before we adjourn. Even though I really want to be back in Fairbanks with my family and looking after my business I also realize the importance of what’s in front of us.

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NEWS: Energy Efficiency Legislation Approved By the Alaska Legislature

Rep. Adam Wool

Juneau – The Alaska State Legislature has passed legislation sponsored by Representative Adam Wool (D-Fairbanks) to help lower energy costs for commercial property owners across Alaska. House Bill 80 allows cities and boroughs to create a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing mechanism for loans for alternative energy and energy efficiency improvements.

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NEWS: Alaska House Passes Major Piece of a Comprehensive Fiscal Plan

Juneau – The Alaska House of Representatives today passed a major component of the plan put forward by the members of the Alaska House Majority Coalition to fully address Alaska’s $2.7 billion funding gap. Senate Bill 26 creates a sustainable draw from the earnings of the Alaska Permanent Fund, while still paying out dividends and protecting the principle of the fund.

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NEWS: Alaska House Moves to Fix Alaska’s Flawed Oil Tax Credit System

Juneau – The Alaska House of Representatives today passed legislation to reform Alaska’s flawed and unsustainable system of oil and gas subsidies. Without changes, the State of Alaska is projected to pay out more in oil tax credits in Fiscal Year 2018 than the state will take in from production taxes. Production tax revenue used to be Alaska’s leading source of revenue.

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