Rep. Tuck’s Newsletter: Please Answer My Fiscal Policy Survey On-line

Rep. Tuck Newsletter

In the upcoming session, seeking solutions to Alaska’s fiscal crisis will be my prime focus as I serve you the Legislature. Every decision I face will heavily impact the lives of all our friends and neighbors in Anchorage. In order to provide the best representation possible, it is important that I know how you feel and hear your ideas.

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Rep. Tuck’s Newsletter: Thanksgiving Blessings – How to Help and Where to Get Help

Rep. Tuck Newsletter

I wish you many blessings this Thanksgiving holiday, and I hope the season finds you and your families well. I wanted to take this opportunity to share with you some ways you can help the less fortunate by donating food, warm clothing, and other items this Thanksgiving. Please take a moment to learn about some of the needs that have come to my attention, and about ways you can provide assistance.

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Rep. Tuck’s Newsletter: End of the 3rd Special Session

Rep. Tuck Newsletter

After 12 days of Legislative hearings featuring presentations from the Governor’s cabinet, industry representatives, and state experts, the legislature voted to save money by severing our relationship with TransCanada for the Alaska Liquefied Natural Gas Project.

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Rep. Tuck’s Newsletter: Public Safety Town Hall Tomorrow

Rep. Tuck Newsletter

In response to recent arsons and vandalism at our parks and schools, I have been hosting a series of meetings throughout the district to learn about ways we can better prevent crime and promote public safety.

Here are the details for people wishing to attend the latest meeting:

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Rep. Tuck’s Newsletter: Special Session Update

Rep. Tuck Newsletter

Recently Governor Walker issued a proclamation calling for a legislative special session to convene in Juneau on October 24 to address two key topics:
First, we will explore putting in place a gas reserves tax on undeveloped North Slope natural gas. Currently, companies purchasing leases from the state have a contractual obligation to bring profitable gas to market. However, without a reserves tax there is little means to enforce this “duty to produce” other than by revoking the leases.

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