Rep. Louise Stutes

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Louise Stutes is the Alaska state House representative for District 32, proudly Serving Kodiak, Cordova, Yakutat and Seldovia. She can be reached at Rep.Louise.Stutes@akleg.gov or (907) 465-3271.
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New information offered on CARES funding

Rep. Louise Stutes delivers updated details on funding provided under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.

Legislature reconvenes on Monday, May 18

Rep. Louise Stutes: A lawsuit was filed against the state on Wednesday seeking an injunction on the CARES funding approved by the LB&A committee. The lawsuit, filed by a Juneau resident, asserts that the appropriations are invalid as they were not voted on by the full Legislature. A judge has been assigned to the case, but no action has been taken thus far.
The Alaska State Capitol Building. (Aug. 31, 2010) Photo courtesy of Jay Galvin/Wikimedia Commons

Legislative Update: LB&A approves $125 M in federal relief funding

The Alaska Legislature has recently approved packages of COVID-19 relief funding and unemployment insurance benefits.

COVID-19, oil prices put Alaska in uncharted waters

These truly are unprecedented times. The impacts of COVID-19 on Alaska’s health and economy are far reaching and uncertainty seems to be the only constant. Further, we find ourselves in uncharted territory as the price of oil hovers around $10 per barrel.
The Alaska State Capitol Building. (Aug. 31, 2010) Photo courtesy of Jay Galvin/Wikimedia Commons

Commentary: Budget includes millions for AMHS, ADF&G, cuts oil and gas tax credits

The legislature has moved swiftly to deliver an emergency relief package to Alaskans, writes Rep. Louise Stutes.

Commentary: Coronavirus relief package has become singular legislative focus

The legislature is mobilizing the state's resources to protect Alaskans from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, writes Rep. Louise Stutes.
Aboard the M/V Aurora. (Sept. 19, 2019)

Legislative Update: $18.7M back in ferry budget process

Residents are invited to testify on the issue of ferry service at the Cordova Legislative Information Office from 7-8 p.m this evening.
A lifebuoy aboard the M/V Aurora. (Sept. 19, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Legislative Update: Alaska Municipal League offers solid support for AMHS

Increasing the operating budget of the Alaska Marine Highway System is a top priority, writes Rep. Louise Stutes.
Brian Wildrick, owner of Harborside Pizza, addresses the Alaska Department of Transportation in a teleconference. The meeting, held Monday, July 29, heard feedback on a proposed ferry schedule including a seven-month service gap to Prince William Sound.

Legislative Update: Dunleavy budget flat funds state services

Gov. Mike Dunleavy has made no major cuts to the state budget for the coming fiscal year. This is clear evidence that public outcry against Dunleavy's policies has had an effect, writes Rep. Louise Stutes.
A lifebuoy aboard the M/V Aurora. (Sept. 19, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Legislative Update: Ferry service is not simply a ‘convenience’

The state administration has utterly failed to grasp the significance of ferry service to rural Alaskans, writes Rep. Louise Stutes.

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