Mike Dunleavy in 2024 Governor's State of the State speeches


On Budget & Economy: State dollars should stay in Alaska; support local producers

This bill will also provide premium support for crop insurance. In addition, this legislation will repeal institutional purchasing limits on Alaska grown products for the next five years. This will provide a market for producers who want to scale up their operations. State dollars should stay in Alaska, and state dollars should be used to support Alaskan producers.
Source: 2024 State of the State Address to the Alaska legislature Jan 30, 2024

On Energy & Oil: We need to ensure the lowest-cost power from any source

Whether it's coal, natural gas, advanced nuclear, or our abundant renewable resources, we must pursue every energy opportunity to secure affordable and sustainable supplies for Alaska. In addition, upgrading the Railbelt transmission system will increase access to affordable power from Bradley Lake and other renewable sources. It will build the redundancy we need to ensure that the lowest-cost power--from any source--can move from Homer to Fairbanks any time and without interruption.
Source: 2024 State of the State Address to the Alaska legislature Jan 30, 2024

On Government Reform: Federal actions would turn Alaska into a giant snow globe

We can--and we will--continue to defend our rights against a federal administration that has taken 56 executive actions against Alaska in the past three years. If allowed to stand, these actions will turn Alaska into nothing more than a giant snow globe with no future other than a place on a shelf. Fighting back against destructive federal actions is hard, but changing attitudes can be harder.
Source: 2024 State of the State Address to the Alaska legislature Jan 30, 2024

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