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: 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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Interim Report: Legislative session begins Jan. 21

Budget issues are expected to dominate debate in Juneau next year, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
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Capitol Report: Budget issues again will dominate 2020 legislative debate

Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s proposed Fiscal Year 2021 budget will be unveiled by mid-December, a little over a month before session begins.
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Commentary: Republican senators to consider latest nominee for Senate District M

Legislators are working to support the permanent fund dividend, writes Sen. Gary Stevens.
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$1,600 PFD, restored cuts to operating budget, await Dunleavy OK

Senator Gary Stevens in Cordova on Friday, April 12, 2019. Photo by Emily Mesner/The Cordova TimesHello from...

Interim report: second special session will decide PFD

Hello again. After our regular session and special session in Juneau, it has been nice to spend some time at home in Kodiak and...

Capitol Report: Special session update

As you may know, the governor has called the Legislature into special session to finish work on the Fiscal Year 2020 budget, finalize the amount of this year’s Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD), and pass a criminal justice reform bill (HB-49).

Senate awaits House version of budget bill by mid-April

Hello again from the Capitol. It is a very active time in Juneau as the Legislature enters the final weeks of the 2019 session....

Focus remains on Fiscal Year 2020 budget

Hello from Juneau. With the Legislature now in its third month, it is a very active time in the Capitol. While committees debate legislation...



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