Rep. Tuck’s Community Connection: We Need Better Choices

I am frustrated by the continued paralysis in Juneau that is threatening the jobs, education, healthcare, and safety of the people of Alaska. I hear every day from people that are anxious and scared. Frankly, I’m scared for the future of our institutions and economy if we don’t get Alaska back on track.

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Rep. Tuck’s Community Connection: We Need One More Yes Vote

Today, for the second time, the Alaska House of Representatives failed to fund a new capital appropriations bill that allows Alaska to receive hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding. The funding for the bill failed today by a single vote. Senate Bill 2002 also included the much talked about “reverse sweep” language to recapitalize the Power Cost Equalization Endowment Fund (PCE), the Higher Education Fund, the Vaccine Assessment Fund, and other special funds seized by Governor Dunleavy using an arcane provision in state law.

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