Sen. Gary Stevens

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 Call him in Kodiak at (907) 486-4925 or in the Capitol building at 1-800-821-4925.

Capitol Report: Legislative session will likely need extension

It's too early to say what the budget will look like when it passes the Legislature, but lawmakers are committed to getting the work done as quickly as possible, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.

Capitol Report: Key issues still in progress during final weeks of Legislature

The Alaska Legislature is currently working on budget issues and preparing to conduct confirmation hearings, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.

Capitol Report: Legislature will extend session to work on budget, appointments

Sen. Gary Stevens has sponsored a bill that would require the University of Alaska Board of Regents to deliver a report evaluating the quality of its instructional programs and describing its efforts to achieve or maintain accreditation.
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Capitol Report: Alaska delegation should collaborate on UA federal endowment land grant

Sen. Gary Stevens delivers an update on the bills and resolutions currently under consideration by the Alaska Legislature.
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Capitol Report: Alaska Senate passes 1st bill

SB 24 allows corporate shareholder meetings and nonprofit member meetings to be held electronically, a practice which was allowed under pandemic emergency orders.

Capitol Report: Congrats to new Speaker of the House Stutes

The Alaska House of Representatives ended a month-long stalemate when it organized with Rep. Louise Stutes being named the body’s Speaker.

Capitol Report: Passing the budget is top legislative objective

Over the coming month, the Alaska Senate will debate and develop the Fiscal Year 2022 budget, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.

COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer are arriving; will require two doses

Hello again. As 2020 winds down and elevated numbers of Covid-19 cases continue throughout the state, we received the encouraging news that a shipment of more than 35,000 doses of Pfizer’s vaccine arrived in Alaska on Sunday, Dec. 13. Distribution of the initial batch of doses began the next day.

Capitol Report: As COVID cases rise, Legislature is highly unlikely to gather in Juneau

Sen. Stevens: Hello from Kodiak. With the general elections behind us, the members of the 31st Alaska State Legislature have a little over two-months left before the end of interim. With COVID-19 cases on the rise throughout the state, it is highly unlikely the Legislature will gather in Juneau again this year, though some committees will continue to hold hearings utilizing virtual meeting technology.
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Commentary: Shortened legislative session must hit the ground running

Alaska must reopen its economy as quickly as possible while maintaining public health, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.



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