Representing Wasilla, Meadow Lakes, Knik, Big Lake, Point MacKenzie, Goose Bay & North Fairview
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WASILLA – Sen. David Wilson, R-Wasilla, Chairman of the Senate Health and Social Services Committee, welcomed the approval Tuesday of the state’s behavioral health portion of its Medicaid Section 1115 Demonstration Project.
JUNEAU – A bill was introduced in the Alaska Senate this week to give Alaskans the option of donating all or a portion of their Permanent Fund dividends (PFDs) directly to the state’s general fund.
JUNEAU –Today, Senator David Wilson (R-Wasilla), chairman of the Senate Health and Social Services Committee, released the following statement in response to the Dunleavy administration’s decision to address safety issues with the Alaska Psychiatric Institute (API)....
District D, Republican
- Alaska since 1999
- Substitute Teacher, Mat-Su Borough School District
- Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault Program Director
- Spouse: Aleta
- Master of Business Administration
Health Service Administration Concentration
Alaska Pacific University
- Bachelors of Arts in Psychology
Associate’s Degree in Education
Alaska Pacific University
Alaska State Senate
- Chair, Health and Social Services Committee, 2017-Present
- Senate Finance Committee 2018-Present
- Senate State Affairs Committee 2017-Present
- Senate Transportation Committee 2017-Present
Other Political and Government Positions
- City of Wasilla, Councilman 2013-2016
- Rotary International District 5010
- Matanuska-Susitna Borough Transit Coalition
- Matanuska-Susitna Borough Board of Ethics
- Matanuska-Susitna Borough Transportation Advisory Board
Legislation more >
Senate Bill 190 is a “truth in advertising” bill It simply establishes that if a dentist advertises as a specialist in a field, they must meet certain minimum qualifications as a specialist as established by the...
If enacted, SB 134 would add licensed professional counselors to the list of independent licensed practitioners to address the shortage of Medicaid-eligible behavioral health providers in the state, afford more...
SB 55 would grant the Chief Justice authority to appoint an individual to act as a Court of Appeals judge at the pleasure of the supreme court for no longer than three years to address the backlog...
Senate Bill 93 builds upon successes of the Alaska Health Care Professions Loan Repayment and
Incentive Program, commonly referred to as the SHARP Program.
Senate Bill 92 would give Alaskans the option of donating all or a portion of their Permanent
Fund dividends (PFDs) directly to the state’s general fund.
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