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Rep. Louise Stutes

Rep. Stutes’ October 26th Newsletter: Pink Salmon Disaster Relief Funding

I know that many commercial fishermen, residents, and businesses in my district were deeply affected by disastrous pink salmon returns in 2016. Pink salmon fishing is the mainstay of our seine fleet and the effect on families and the economy was devastating. I want to provide an update of where we are in the process of securing funding from the Federal Government for hard-working fishermen.

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Rep. Louise Stutes

Rep. Stutes’ April 14th Newsletter

First off, I want to wish everyone a Happy Easter! Secondly, the agenda for this e-news is: an update on fisheries bills, followed by some Kodiak and Yakutat student artwork, and finally an update on budget issues.

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Rep. Louise Stutes

NEWS: Representative Louise Stutes Introduces Bill to Modernize Alaska’s Fish Habitat Protection and Permitting Law

Juneau – On Monday, Representative Louise Stutes (R-Kodiak) introduced House Bill 199, the “Wild Salmon Legacy Act.” The bill updates Alaska’s fish habitat protection and permitting law to create a balanced and efficient permitting system that protects Alaska’s wild salmon runs, promotes responsible development, and gives Alaskans a greater voice in major permitting decisions that impact wild salmon streams.

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Rep. Louise Stutes

Rep. Stutes’ Newsletter: Feb 16th Letters from Louise

Greetings from rainy Juneau! I am delighted to have such an active role in fisheries and marine transportation issues. However, since the budget is our top priority this year, my newsletters will begin with a budget update. These proposals are simply a starting point, so please con-tact me with any questions, concerns, or ideas. I want to hear from you!

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Rep. Dan Ortiz

NEWS: Rep. Ortiz Applauds Progress to Protect Transboundary Waters

Anchorage – Representative Dan Ortiz (I-Ketchikan) applauds the new Statement of Cooperation on the Protection of Transboundary Waters between the State of Alaska and British Columbia. The statement was signed today by Alaska Lt. Governor Byron Mallott, the British Columbia Minister of Energy and Mines, and the British Columbia Minister of Environment.

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Juneau AK, 99801