Earlier this month, the Alaska Business Report Card (ABRC) group released its grades for the 29th Alaska State Legislature.
To view the grades your Representative and Senator received click here.
The ABRC was formed in 2010 in an effort to inform the participating organizations’ member companies, who employ tens of thousands of Alaskans, on how elected officials are performing to ensure Alaska remains an attractive place for private sector investment, jobs and economic growth. The ABRC is made up of the Alaska Chamber, Alaska Support Industry Alliance, Prosperity Alaska and Resource Development Council for Alaska, Inc.
Published every two years at the conclusion of each Legislature, the report card is a tool for the collective ABRC membership to analyze individual legislators on their efforts to promote responsible resource development and provide a stable economic climate for business in Alaska.
Grades were compiled based on a broad range of legislation impacting Alaska businesses and the economy. Legislator performance was tracked at the committee level, in floor sessions, and in terms of leadership shown both inside and outside formal legislative sessions.