JUNEAU-Senator Peter Micciche would like to invite friends and neighbors to constituent town hall meetings next weekend in the Seward, Central Peninsula and surrounding areas.
JUNEAU-The Senate Judiciary Committee today introduced legislation which deals with the licensing and taxation of marijuana-related operations
JUNEAU-The Senate Judiciary Committee is planning to hold a crime summit tomorrow afternoon which will focus on reducing Alaska’s high recidivism rates while saving money in the long term by promoting public safety and the welfare of Alaska’s communities. The summit will be held in the Beltz Room of the Alaska State Capitol in Juneau from Noon until 4:45pm.
JUNEAU-Senator Bill Stoltze (R-Mat-Su Valley/Chugiak) and Representative Mark Neuman (R-Big Lake) have introduced the ‘Alaskans-First Fishing Act’ in both the Senate and the House to ensure state residents have priority to use the state’s fisheries during times of fishing restrictions. Senate Bill 42 and House Bill 110, directs the Board of Fisheries to place restrictions on sport and commercial fisheries before putting restrictions on personal-use fisheries when the harvest of a stock or species is limited to achieve an escapement goal.
JUNEAU-Senate Resources Chair Cathy Giessel says she is looking forward to fully vetting and learning more about the Governor Walker’s appointees to the Board of Directors for the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC).