Cliff Groh

District 18


You’re Invited & Legislative Updates!

The first of these events will be this Saturday, April 27, at the Aurora Elementary School on Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER) from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. See the photo below for more information.

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Updates from this hectic week!

On March 14th, Governor Dunleavy vetoed Senate Bill 140. Originally the bill passed by a combined vote of 56 to 3, demonstrating overwhelming bipartisan support.

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Cliff Notes

Last week I sent a hardcopy newsletter to everyone in the district! I hope these found you well and you enjoy the more in-depth update on whats been happening here in Juneau!

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CLIFF NOTES #29 Food & Funds

We’ve had some amazing people visit the Capitol, including the Food Bank of Alaska and the Mat-Su Food Coalition. The focus has been on both food security and food sustainability.

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Happy February from Rep. Groh

This week has been crazy. I’ve met with a lot of amazing people and groups that have taken the time to come to Juneau and share their stories, their opinions, and their goals with me.

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Meeting the Moment

Alaskans demand immediate government action to increase the Base Student Allocation (BSA) to increase K-12 funding and return to a Defined Benefits system for public employees, all while addressing the state’s structural deficit.

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Rep. Cliff Groh’s Newsletter

Hello! I want to thank the constituents, friends, and supporters who came to my Town Hall Meetings on Saturday to express their concerns. I felt lucky to speak with Bob Doehl, Crystal Berwick, Leroy Williams, Janet Frazier, and Tim Green.

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