Sen. Gary Stevens

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Sen. Gary Stevens is the Republican senator representing District P in the Alaska state Senate. District P includes Kodiak Island, Cordova, Homer Anchor Point, Kasilof, Ninilchik, Yakutat, Seldovia and Tyonek. He can be reached at sen.gary.stevens@akleg.gov. Call him in Kodiak at (907) 486-4925 or in the Capitol building at 1-800-821-4925.

Commentary: Binding-caucus rule safeguards democratic decision-making

The binding-caucus rule helps legislators serve the public in an orderly and efficient way, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
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Capitol Report: CARES Act distribution is retroactive to May 1

CARES Act funding will go to support business, education, child nutrition and other areas impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Capitol Report: Should conditions improve, Legislature may reconvene

It's possible that the legislature may reconvene its current session. However, it's more likely that the legislature will meet in a special session later this year.
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Capitol Report: Legislature gives Alaska tools to respond to COVID-19

Sen. Gary Stevens provides a breakdown of Alaska's fiscal year 2021 budget.
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Capitol Report: Legislators moving fast to finalize budget

The legislature is pursuing multiple initiatives to lessen the impact of the coronavirus on on ordinary Alaskans, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.

Capitol Report: State takes action to keep ahead of coronavirus

The state has created a unified command structure to respond to a novel coronavirus outbreak in Alaska, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
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Capitol Report: Supplemental budget passes House

Sen. Gary Stevens provides a breakdown of the supplemental budget passed by the Alaska House of Representatives.
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Capitol Report: Budget remains central focus of legislators

There's no reason legislators shouldn't be able to find a workable solution to Alaska's ferry problems, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.

Capitol Report: Work on 2021 budget is well underway

The Alaska Legislature has been extremely active assessing a proposed $4.5 billion budget, plus an additional $2 billion to pay Permanent Fund Dividends, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.

Capitol Report: Legislative session opens in Juneau

Gov. Mike Dunleavy has called to draw $1.5 billion from the Constitutional Budget Reserve to meet expenses during the coming fiscal year.

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