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Max Gruenberg

Democratic — Representative — District 16
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Max Gruenberg represents House District 16 in the Alaska House, is a member of eight committees, and is the primary sponsor of 163 bills.

1990 69255.0
1992 240563.39
1994 108152.51
2002 37464.0
2004 51792.72
2006 62395.85
2008 30142.47
2010 34630.0
2012 34539.55

For detailed campaign finance information visit Influence Explorer. Figures via the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

  • Capitol Office:

    State Capitol Room 110
    Juneau AK, 99801
    Phone: 907-465-4940
    Fax: 907-465-3766
  • District Office:

    716 W. 4th Ave. Suite 415
    Anchorage AK, 99501-2133
    Phone: 907-269-0123
    Fax: 907-269-0124
  • Representative.Max.Gruenberg@akleg.gov



News and Blog Coverage

NEWS: Community Input Sought by East Side Anchorage Legislators Before Upcoming Legislative Session

ANCHORAGE – In the final days before the start of the Second Session of the 29th Alaska Legislature, Sen. Bill Wielechowski (D-Anchorage) and Reps. Max Gruenberg (D-Anchorage) and Gabrielle LeDoux (R-Anchorage) invite East Anchorage and JBER constituents to a pre-session town hall constituent meeting on Thursday, January 7, from 6:30-8:00pm ...

Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

  • HCR 16

    Proposing an amendment to the Uniform Rules of the Alaska State Legislature relating to establishing as a standing committee the Ways and Means Committee.

  • HB 223

    An Act relating to the duration of a regular session of the legislature; and providing for an effective date.

  • HB 215

    An Act relating to prescribing, dispensing, and administering an investigational drug, biological product, or device by physicians for patients who are terminally ill; and providing immunity for persons manufacturing, distributing, or providing investigational drugs, biological products, or devices.

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  • HB 226

    An Act extending the termination date of the Alaska Commission on Aging; and providing for an effective date.

  • HB 212

    An Act relating to joint ownership of real property.

  • HB 207

    An Act authorizing and relating to certain causes of action for relief for direct or indirect injuries sustained as a result of antitrust violations; repealing the provision limiting to the attorney general the recovery of monetary relief for injury directly or indirectly sustained as a result of an antitrust violation; and relating to remedies, penalties, judgments, aggregate damages, and commencement of actions for antitrust violations.

Recent Votes

HCR 23

Shall HCR 23 am pass the House?

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3895.0
•••No: 12.0
•••Other: 12.0
HB 126

Shall CSHB 126(JUD) am pass the House?

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3997.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 12.0
HB 175

Shall HB 175 pass the House?

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3895.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 25.0
HR 301

Shall HR 301 am pass the House?

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 2152.0
•••No: 1742.0
•••Other: 25.0
SJR 301

Shall CSSJR 301(RES) am pass the House?

Legislator Vote: No

•••Yes: 2767.0
•••No: 1230.0
•••Other: 12.0
SCR 201

Shall SCR 201 pass the House?

Legislator Vote: Yes

•••Yes: 3895.0
•••No: 00.0
•••Other: 25.0
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