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Berta's Briefings
Berta met with two Anchorage Police Officers while they were down in Juneau to advocate for returning to Defined Benefits.

Berta met with two Anchorage Police Officers while they were down in Juneau to advocate for returning to Defined Benefits.

Representative Gardner along with other members of the University of Alaska Booster Caucus discuss Growing Our Own workforce with UA President Hamilton.

Representative Gardner along with other members of the University of Alaska Booster Caucus discuss Growing Our Own workforce with UA President Hamilton.

Representative Gardner meeting with Polaris K-12 students regarding their hard work with HB 14, an act designating Alaskas state dog as the Alaskan Malamute.
Representative Gardner meeting with Polaris K-12 students regarding their hard work with HB 14, an act designating Alaskas state dog as the Alaskan Malamute.

Representative Berta Gardner is committed to keeping her constituents up-to-date on legislative activities. "Berta's Briefings" is a regular feature of her legislative website and reposted below as downloadable documents.

Recent Posts Include: (PDF)

Alaska Performance Scholarship is Now a Reality

An Important Announcement from the Department of Housing and Urban Development

BBQ and Constituent Meet and Greet

BBQ Tonight - Rain or Shine, we have it covered

But is it Constitutional?

Constituent Meeting with Senator Ellis and Representative Gardner

Defending Alaska's Children and Promoting Responsible State Spending

Hearing on Local Hire Tomorrow - Lets Hire more Alaskans

Here's your chance to weigh-in on the Governors oil tax bill

Japan's Crisis - What does it mean for Alaska

Local Jobs, Small Business Top Priority

Opening of the 2011 Legislative Session

Our Commitment to TransCanada and their Commitment to the State

Reflections on my Kensington Mine tour

Ten Ways to Make Your Voice Heard in the Legislature

The 2 Billion (a Year) Question

The Big Debate on Oil Taxes

There is still time to save Coastal Management

Unaccountable and Uncountable Billions

Were moving like molasses

What the Heck Happened

What you told me at the BBQ

Why do we spend more on Prisons than we do on Scholarships

Session Newsletters

End of Session 2011

Midsession 2011

Begining of Session 2011

End of Session 2010

Midsession 2010

Begining of Session 2010

Summer '09

End of session '09

Midsession '09

Begining of Session '09

Older Posts: (MS Word Docs.)

September 11, 2010
Suicide Prevention Week

July 9, 2010
Alaskans Need Access To OUr Gas Before We Send It Overseas!

May 28, 2010
New Ethics Opinion: Legislative Campaign Activity While on State Paid Travel

May 25, 2010
Natural Gas Storage Incentives and In-State Gasline Pass the House

Apr. 16, 2010
The Last Days (Daze?) of Session

Apr. 8, 2010
Cruising in Alaska - Is the Governor Right?

Mar. 18, 2010
State Energy Policy Passes the House

Mar. 10, 2010
Defending Alaska's Interests in the Nation's Capital

February 26, 2010
Meals from Lobbyists; Are we stealing from children?

Feb. 19, 2010
Defending Our Democratic Elections

Feb. 16, 2010
Finally, Some Real Help for Alaskan Students

Feb. 5, 2010
ACES is Good for Alaska and We Want Truth in Advertising

Jan. 28, 2010
Security Breach in State Employment and Retirement System Data

Jan. 22, 2010
Back to Juneau: The Session has Begun

Sep. 24, 2009
A Quick Note - Anchorage's New Community Crime Map

Sep. 23, 2009
A Look at Roads in Midtown Anchorage

Sep. 4, 2009
Some Solutions to the Problem of Public Inebriates and Illegal Campers.

Jul. 30, 2009
Unresolved Problem in Anchorage: Illegal Camps

Jul. 16, 2009
Do We Really Need a Special Session?

Jun. 12, 2009
TransCanada and Exxon: What This Means for Our Gas Pipeline

Apr. 19, 2009
We Are Adjourned

Apr. 3, 2009
Stimulus Funding: The Deadline is Upon Us

Mar. 23, 2009
Opportunities for Alaska, Part II

Mar. 20, 2009
Opportunities for Alaska

Mar. 13, 2009
Charging up Capitol Hill for Alaska Energy

Mar. 9, 2009
Consumer Protection Week: What You Should Know

Feb. 25, 2009
What the Stimulus Package Does for Alaska

Feb. 20, 2009
Education in Alaska: Where We Are and Where We Need To Go

Feb. 6, 2009
Stimulus Package: Purchase Pipe Now?

Jan. 30, 2009
The Start of a Great Session

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