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Senator Josh Revak

Legislature Votes to Reduce Government Regulation of Renewable Energy

JUNEAU – The Alaska Legislature today passed Senate Bill 69, encouraging private investment in renewable energy projects by extending an exemption from duplicative government...  Full Story >>

Senator Josh Revak

Senate Votes to Extend Citizens’ Advisory Commission Federal Areas

JUNEAU – The Alaska Senate today passed Senate Bill 101, extending the Citizens’ Advisory Commission on Federal Management Areas in Alaska (CACFA) to June 30, 2029....  Full Story >>

Senator Shelley Hughes

Alaska Senate Passes Resolution Urging for Improved Broadband Internet

The Alaska Senate unanimously passed Senate Joint Resolution 13 today, aiming to improve broadband internet access, speed, capacity and affordability throughout the state....  Full Story >>

Senator Peter Micciche

Alaska Senate Votes to Protect Federal Aid for Vulnerable Alaskans

JUNEAU – The Alaska Senate today passed House Bill 76 to ensure Alaskans impacted by COVID-19 continue to receive millions of dollars in federal relief.  Full Story >>

Senator Mike Shower

Sen. Shower Introduces New Version of Election Security Bill

JUNEAU – Incorporating feedback from Alaskans across the state, Senator Mike Shower, R-Mat-Su Valley, today in the Senate State Affairs Committee unveiled a new version of Senate Bill...  Full Story >>

Senator Josh Revak

Alaska Senate Approves Financial Protection Bill for Veterans

JUNEAU – The Alaska Senate today unanimously passed legislation to ensure Alaska veterans are fully aware of free Veteran Service Organization (VSO) services they are entitled to....  Full Story >>

Senator Gary Stevens

Alaska Senate Passes Bill Requiring UA to Deliver Accreditation Report

JUNEAU – In the wake of the 2019 loss of accreditation for the University of Alaska Anchorage’s School of Education, the Alaska Senate today unanimously passed a bill requiring the...  Full Story >>

Senator Gary Stevens

Alaska Senate Passes Bill Establishing Middle College Program

JUNEAU – The Alaska Senate today unanimously passed legislation expanding access to college coursework for public high school students.  Full Story >>

Senator Bert Stedman

Ketchikan NOAA Dock Project to Begin, Contract Awarded

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has awarded a contract to revitalize its port facility in Ketchikan, Alaska so that the NOAA Ship Fairweather can finally be...  Full Story >>

Senator Gary Stevens

Alaska Senate Passes Bill Extending Sunset Date for SESA

The Alaska Senate passed Senate Bill 19 unanimously today, extending the Special Education Service Agency’s (SESA) sunset date to June 30, 2029.  Full Story >>

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