REPRESENTATIVE DAN ORTIZ

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Spending Increased State Revenue

Last Friday, I was saddened to hear of the passing of our Congressional Representative Don Young. He served our state memorably for 49 years. Congressman Young’s record of service and advocacy on behalf of all Alaskans in unparalleled. His presence in the U.S. House of Representatives, and here in Alaska, will be greatly missed.

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Legislative Update

The Board of Fisheries met last week to discuss the location of their postponed meeting, ultimately deciding to keep the Southeast and Yakutat Finfish and Shellfish meeting in Anchorage in March.

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Back to Juneau!

Yesterday, the Alaska Legislature gaveled into session. I am now in Juneau at the Capitol building, and although I’m a little further away, I still need to hear from District 36 residents!

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Hitting the Ground Running

The Alaska State House of Representatives has elected a Speaker of the House and organized committee assignments. I will have the opportunity to serve as a member of the House Majority Coalition on the Fisheries Committee…

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Dan’s Dispatch November 13, 2020

I hope this email finds you healthy and safe. Due to the current COVID-19 community risk level, the White Cliff Building, where my Ketchikan office is located, is closed to the public.

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September Update

How do you envision the future of our Alaska Marine Highway System? The AMH Reshaping Work Group is currently taking public comment, and we need to hear from YOU! All ideas and concerns are appreciated.

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End of AK Legislative Session

I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day! Although the holiday weekend may have looked a bit different this year, what we are celebrating – the lives of those who died while serving in the United States Armed Services – has stayed the same.

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