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SB91 was passed by the Alaska State Senate in May 2016 as a bill to amend the criminal justice system in Alaska. Their goals were to reduce recidivism, lower the state's incarceration costs and in the future, increase rehabilitation opportunities for inmates. Instead, SB91 has allowed Anchorage to become a literal crime ridden town. Auto thefts, shoplifting and burglary have overtaken our city so much, the Anchorage Police Department has now deemed these low priority crimes.

The message to our legislators is simple...

There are fundamental problems with SB91 that SB54 cannot fix. SB91 must be repealed and a new, more carefully crafted bill with lessons learned and public input considered.

Criminal justice reform may be possible, but not at the expense of public safety. Too many Anchorage residents have become victims, most feel their city is under attack and soon, all of us will be paying higher insurance costs. Please repeal SB91 during the 4th special session, October 2017!

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