Alaskans Can Offer Budget Solutions Via House Majority’s “Idea Line”

first_imgIndividuals calling are not required to provide their name, phone number, or email address, and Chenault says that is a way for Alaskans to say what they really mean without fear of repercussions. Alaskans can also Tweet and Facebook their ideas by using the hashtag #AllAboutTheBudget. The “Idea Line” is a toll-free voicemail service that will be available year-round, though Speaker Chenault says he hopes to get the most feedback now while House Finance is actively working. Spkr. Chenault: “Well, we’re trying to get information out to folks, we’ve got a lot of new revenue bills that have been introduced by the governor as you well know. We’re trying to get those through the committee process to give people the opportunity to weigh in on them.” Alaskans can call 1-844-414-5949 to leave a message for House Members about where in the state budget to cut, where to save, and any other fiscal ideas.center_img Speaker of the House Mike Chenault says they are looking for input via the “Idea Line”, a phone line where Alaskans can call and leave messages about how the state can save money. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaskan House Majority has debuted a new way for Alaskans to weigh in on state revenue proposals as well as provide their own ideas to Representatives. Those messages will be transcribed and distributed to Representatives.last_img