Rep. Bryce Edgmon’s News From the Legislature

Midsession, or day 45 of day 90, is coming into focus. The House is proceeding with debate on the operating budget and we look to be on schedule to deliver a budget to the Senate giving them plenty of time for consideration. As the pace here picks up, here are some items you might be interested in following. And don’t forget to check out “On Deck” to see what’s in store for next week.

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Rep. Bryce Edgmon’s News From the Legislature

Happy Valentine’s Day! The fourth week of session is wrapping up and with the week ending, we are seeing budgets close out in the House and the schedule get more crowded. Here are some things you might be interested in checking out, and don’t forget to look over the “On Deck” to see what’s coming up next week.

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Rep. Bryce Edgmon’s News from the Legislature

It’s hard to believe it is already the 18th Legislative Day. Three weeks in and the pace in the Capitol is picking up quickly. Find some items below that I think you might be interested in and an “on deck” list of things for the week ahead.

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Edgmon E-News May 10 2019

Next Wednesday, May 15th, marks the 121st day of session and the constitutional deadline for adjournment. The House and Senate are busy moving policy bills while the operating budget conference committee works on hammering out a compromise budget that closes the $1.2 billion deficit while protecting essential services and funding a Permanent Fund Dividend.

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Edgmon E-News May 6 2019

It has been a busy few weeks in the Alaska Capitol! We voted on the Governor’s appointments, passed some and continued work on other crime and public safety legislation, and today named members of a Conference Committee which will be tasked with reconciling the House and Senate Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) budgets. We are working hard to get all items accomplished in time for adjournment on May 15, the 121st day of session.

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