October 25, 2017
Criminal Law Reform in Alaska
Around our state, crime is on the rise. People feel scared and that fear is warranted. As a father of three, public safety is my highest concern. I know you'll agree with me that quick action is needed to find solutions that protect our families and our neighbors. Everyone deserves the right to feel safe in their community. And we need to protect victims and individual rights.

This week, we started Special Session in Juneau, focused on finding solutions to our crime increase and the ongoing fiscal crisis. The House has started hearing and debating SB54, the bill that focuses on "fixing" sections of SB91 (the bill that revised much of Alaska's criminal justice system.)

Have questions about SB54? How does it change SB91?
Will this help lower crime in Alaska?
How does it protect victims?

Many factors contribute to our public safety problem. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the bill we are debating or criminal justice reform.
Oil and Gas Working Group
I'm excited to announce my appointment to the oil and gas working. The goal of the group is to evaluate Alaska's fiscal system for oil and gas. I'll be joining a bi-partisan group of legislators to explore ways of ensuring our oil and gas industry remains competitive.

With promising new oil fields discovered by companies like Caelus, Armstrong and ConocoPhillips, the future of Alaska's natural resources is very bright.

Please feel free to pass along your ideas and stay tuned for a schedule of our meetings.
Winter Commuting Safety

As always, please feel free to contact me with your questions, concerns and ideas at (907)269-0234 or Rep.Jason.Grenn@akleg.gov

Warmly,
 
Representative Jason Grenn
House District 22
Sand Lake, Jewel Lake, West Dimond & Kincaid
Let's Keep in Touch!
(907) 269-0234    Rep.Jason.Grenn@akleg.gov

Office of Representative Jason Grenn
1500 W. Benson Blvd., Rm 418
Anchorage, AK 99503

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