The Alaska Business Report Card released its annual grades publicly today. Lawmakers received them on Friday. Here are how legislators scored:
The report is issued every two years. At the beginning of each session, legislators receive notification about what issues they will be graded on by the consortium. Grades are then given based on a broad range of legislation that affects Alaska businesses and the economy.
The project is a combined effort of the Resource Development Council, Prosperity Alaska, Alaska Support Industry Alliance and the Alaska Chamber of Commerce.
According to the news release by the group, 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.”
For more information, visit alaskabusinessreportcard.com.