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Governor Dunleavy Introduces Carbon Management and Monetization Bills Creating Statutory Structures

Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy introduced Senate Bill (SB) 48, SB 49, House Bill (HB) 49, and HB 50, his Carbon Management and Monetization Bill Package, creating statutory and regulatory structures needed to capitalize on carbon markets. The package consists of two pieces of legislation focusing on a carbon offset program; and carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) program.

 

Governor Dunleavy Appoints Alaskans to Statewide Broadband Advisory Board

Governor Mike Dunleavy is releasing the roster of Alaskans appointed to his new Statewide Broadband Advisory Board. The board consists of 15 members, including 13 appointed by the Governor and two state legislators selected by the presiding officers.

Governor Dunleavy Delivers 5th State of the State Address

Governor Mike Dunleavy delivered his fifth annual State of the State Address to a joint session of the Alaska State Legislature, outlining his vision and optimism for Alaska’s future.

School Choice Week

WHEREAS, all children in Alaska should have access to the highest quality education possible; and

Moving Alaska Forward – Dunleavy Administration Releases FY24 Budget

Defines Governor Dunleavy’s values for second term and beyond
Governor Mike Dunleavy’s Fiscal Year 2024 (FY24) budget kicks off his second term in office by charting a new course for Alaska on resource development, energy production, public health and economic growth.

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On Friday, my carbon management and monetization bills were introduced. With support from the Legislature for our carbon management bill package, we’ll change the conversation about new revenue.

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Mike Dunleavy

As Alaska’s 12th Governor, Governor Dunleavy is committed to restoring trust in government and opening Alaska up to new business and investment.

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