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24th Alaska State Legislature
The 24th Alaska State Legislature
Alaska State Representative Tom Anderson
District 19 - Anchorage

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Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone: (907) 269-0265
Fax: (907) 269-0264

Elected to the House: 2002, 2004


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  · HB 31
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  · HB 81
  · HB 93
  · HB 124
  · HB 150
  · HB 157
  · HB 172
  · HB 203
  · HB 295
  · HB 384
  · HB 393
  · HB 397
  · HB 440
  · HB 480
  · HB 482
  · HJR 7
  · HR 11
 

HB 31 : Workers' Compensation Disease Presumption
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act relating to the presumption of coverage for a workers' compensation claim for disability as a result of certain diseases for certain occupations.

Version : SCS CS SS HB 31 (L&C)
Contact : : 465-4939
Last Action : (S) L&C » (S) FIN : 05-05-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-05-06 : Passed Senate Labor & Commerce Committee with a committee substitute, to be moved to Senate Finance Committee. The committee substitute stipulates that the pre-employment medical screenings are for all illnesses and infectious diseases. It also includes a definition of firefighter reference. The CS also removes peace officers from the presumption for medical illness/disease for listed diseases, but allows them to remain under the presumption for infectious diseases.

HB 31 we will provide coverage and security for our at risk emergency personnel. This legislation is necessary and urgent in order to protect and preserve our State's brave men and women of the emergency response profession. This bill would make them eligible for health benefits in the case that they are diagnosed with certain cancers or illnesses described in the bill.

HB 40 : Retired Peace Officer's Medical Benefits
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act relating to medical benefits for retired peace officers after 20 years of credited service.

Current Status : (H) STA : 01-10-05

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 27 KB]

HB 81 : Contractors & Home Inspectors
Signed into Law! Chapter 9 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act establishing an administrative fine and procedure for construction contractors in certain circumstances; increasing the amount of a civil penalty for persons acting in the capacity of contractors or home inspectors; modifying the elements of a crime involving contractor registration and residential contractors; modifying the exemptions from regulation under AS 08.18 for contractors; and exempting the administrative hearings for imposing an administrative fine on construction contractors from the hearings conducted by the office of administrative hearings in the Department of Administration.

Version : SCS CS HB 81 (JUD) Am S
Contact : : 465-4954
Last Action : Signed into Law : 03-23-06
Current Status : Chapter 9 SLA 06 : 03-23-06

| Sponsor Statement |

03-01-06 : Passed House Floor by a vote of 34-3, to be transmitted to the Governor.

Would amend the law to allow DCCED of DOL to issue civil penalties for violations.

HB 93 : Dentists And Dental Hygienists
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act relating to dentists and dental hygienists and the Board of Dental Examiners; establishing certain committees for the discipline and peer review of dentists; excluding the adjudicatory proceedings of the Board of Dental Examiners and its committees from the Administrative Procedure Act and from the jurisdiction of the office of administrative hearings; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 93 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-5031
Last Action : (H) FIN » (H) RLS : 04-12-06

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 19 KB]
| Dental Complaint Flow Chart | [PDF - 38 KB]
| Narrative to Dental Complaint Flow Chart | [PDF - 27 KB]

04-11-06 : Passed House Finance Committee with a committee substitute, to be moved to House Rules Committee. The House Finance Committee adopted a committee substitute in lieu of the Judiciary Committee Substitute. The House Finance Committee substitute included technical and clarifying amendments that the Division of Occupational Licensing and the Board of Dentistry requested.

HB 93 brings the expertise, professional experience and judgment of respected dentists into the process of alleged wrongdoing. HB 93 empowers the Board of Dental Examiners to review complaints, assess the level and degree of misconduct and impose remedial measures as well as appropriate disciplinary actions when warranted.

HB 124 : Collection Of DNA/ Use Of Force
Signed into Law! Chapter 12 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act relating to the collection of, and the use of reasonable force to collect, a deoxyribonucleic acid sample from persons convicted of or adjudicated delinquent for certain crimes; and providing for an effective date.

Version : SCS HB 124 (JUD)
Companion Bill : SB 95
Contact : : 465-5031
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-05-05
Current Status : Chapter 12 SLA 05 : 05-05-05

| Sponsor Statement |

04-08-05 : HB 124 allows a correction, probation or parole officer to use reasonable force in the collection of DNA samples required by law and absolves them from civil or criminal liability for the use of that force. Officers shouldn't run the risk of being punished for carrying out their duties

HB 150 : Licensing Radiologic Technicians
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act requiring licensure of occupations relating to radiologic technology, radiation therapy, and nuclear medicine technology; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 150 (FIN) Am
Contact : : 465-5031
Last Action : (S) L&C » (S) FIN : 05-03-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-02-06 : Passed Senate Labor & Commerce Committee with a committee substitute, to be moved to Senate Finance Committee. Changes in the committee substitute include the deletion of language: that stipulates that a licensed practitioner must certify they have obtained education or training to guarantee that they are able to perform exams safely; language exempting dental assistants from the licensing requirement; and pertaining to the term “under the direct supervision” for the list of exemptions found on page 2. Another change included programs for physician assistants and advanced nurse practitioner in the list of educational programs, students of which, may perform radiological examinations, under the direct supervision of a licensed practitioner. Central and peripheral bone densitometry were added to the list of procedures and examinations limited radiologic imagers may perform. Also a new definition for ''direct supervision'' was created to stipulate that a licensed practitioner need not be physically present during examinations.

This bill will establish state standards that will ensure that Alaskans will have access to safe and high quality radiologic care. Licensure for Radiologic Technologists, Radiation Therapists and Nuclear Medicine Technologists will establish radiation protection measures as well as education and credentialing standards that will ensure the competency of persons operating medical equipment emitting radiation.

HB 157 : Electric/ Phone Cooperative & Other Entities
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act clarifying the powers of electric or telephone cooperatives to become members of or own stock in other entities.

Version : SS HB 157
Contact : : 465-5031
Last Action : (H) L&C » (H) FIN : 04-26-05

| Sponsor Statement |

04-22-05 : HB 157 proposes to clarify AS 10.25.010(a)(9) to make clear that an electric cooperative utility may own an interest in another entity that does not provide electric or telephone utility services. This amendment simply preserves and clarifies the current statutes which allow cooperatives to provide added benefits to their members.

HB 172 : Building Construction Stop Orders
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act relating to stop orders on building construction using unregistered and nonexempt architects, engineers, land surveyors, or landscape architects.

Current Status : (H) L&C : 02-24-05

HB 203 : Motor Vehicle Dealer Sales
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act relating to a motor vehicle dealer's selling certain motor vehicles as new model motor vehicles or as new model motor vehicles having a manufacturer's warranty.

Companion Bill : SB 138
Contact : : 465-5031
Current Status : (H) L&C : 03-04-05

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 295 : Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act adopting the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act and relating to fraudulent transfers of property.

Version : CS HB 295 (L&C)
Contact : : 465-5031
Last Action : (H) L&C » (H) JUD : 01-30-06

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 34 KB]

01-27-06 : Passed House Labor & Commerce committee with an amendment, to be moved to House Judiciary. Amendment added the statute of limitations section, which was inadvertently missed in drafting

HB 384 : Fines And Offenses
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act relating to fines for certain offenses involving aeronautics, shipment of animals, alcoholic beverages, boats, fish and game, health care records and public health, medical review organizations, public restroom facilities, smoking, shelter cabins, refrigerators and similar equipment, radiation sources, high voltage lines, child labor, employment in underground mines, marriage licenses, motor vehicles and driver's licenses, ignition interlock devices, pipelines, use of the state seal, and emissions requirements; relating to the maximum fine provided for violations and infractions and to the definition of 'minor offenses'; redesignating certain fish and game misdemeanor offenses as class A misdemeanors; amending Rule 8(b), Alaska District Court Rules of Criminal Procedure; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 384 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-5031
Last Action : 3RD RDG,4/25 CAL(H) » Senate : 04-25-06

| Sponsor Statement |

04-25-06 : Passed the House Floor as amended by a vote of 37-1, to be moved to the Senate for consideration.

HB 384 proposes to raise the maximum amount a person may be fined to $750 when found guilty of an infraction or violation as currently provided for in statute. Violations or infractions are both minor offenses and are often confused with one another. Violations are about the same as traffic infractions, except that violations are not traffic offenses. Violations were created as a new class of offense in 1978 when the criminal code was completely revised. Both violations and infractions are non-criminal offenses for which no jail time can be imposed. In 1978, the maximum fine set for infractions was $300, although some violations impose a $500 minimum fine. This dollar amount has not changed in almost 30 years.

HB 393 : Insurance For Colorectal Cancer Screening
Passed Legislature! Transmit To Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act requiring that certain health care insurance plans provide coverage for the costs of colorectal cancer screening examinations and laboratory tests; and providing for an effective date.

Version : SCS CS HB 393 (HES)
Contact : : 465-5031
Last Action : Governor » Governor : 07-18-06

| Sponsor Statement |
| American Cancer Society Fact Sheet | [PDF - 36 KB]

05-06-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

This bill completes the list, increasing Alaskans' access to all life-saving, recommended cancer screenings.

HB 397 : Appropriation: Anchorage Signal Upgrade
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act making an appropriation for an upgrade of signal system emergency devices in Anchorage, contingent upon matching funds from the Municipality of Anchorage; and providing for an effective date.

Contact : : 465-4954
Last Action : (H) TRA » (H) CRA : 04-10-06

04-06-06 : Passed House Transportation Committee without change, to be moved to House Community & Regional Affairs Committee.

HB 440 : Motor Vehicle Insurance Database; Fee
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act relating to requiring motor vehicle insurers to submit insurance information to the Department of Administration to monitor compliance with mandatory motor vehicle insurance requirements; setting a fee for administration of the program; limiting the use of information provided; and establishing penalties.

Contact : : 465-5031
Current Status : (H) STA : 02-10-06

HB 480 : Insurance Company Self - Audit Information
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act relating to voluntary self-evaluative audits by insurers and providing for an insurance compliance self-evaluative privilege; and indirectly amending Rules 104, 402, and 501, Alaska Rules of Evidence, Rules 16, 26, 30, 31, 33, 34, 36, and 40, Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure, and Rules 15, 16, and 17, Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure.

Contact : : 465-5031
Current Status : (H) L&C : 02-13-06

| Sponsor Statement | Sectional Analysis |

HB 482 : School: Bullying/ Harassment/ Intimidation
Passed Legislature! Transmit To Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act relating to harassment, intimidation, and bullying in schools.

Version : SCS CS HB 482 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-4939
Last Action : Governor » Governor : 07-27-06

| Sponsor Statement | Sectional Analysis |

05-09-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

House Bill 482 encourages school districts, city and borough offices of education, law enforcement agencies, and youth-serving agencies to develop and implement interagency strategies.

HJR 7 : Constitutional Amendment: Sec. Of State References
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

Proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Alaska to correct obsolete references to the office of secretary of state by substituting references to the office of lieutenant governor.

Version : CS HJR 7 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-5031
Last Action : (H) FIN » (H) RLS : 01-30-06

| Sponsor Statement |

03-18-05 : HJR 7 attempts to correct the two references to ''Secretary of State'' in the Alaska constitution that are left. The proposed amendments, if approved by the Legislature, would be placed before the voters in the next General Election.

HR 11 : Extend Task Force On AK Gaming Policy
Passed Legislature! House Resolve 11
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson by Request

Relating to amending House Resolution 8 pertaining to the House Task Force on Alaska Gaming Policy.

Contact : : 465-5031
Current Status : House Resolve 11 : 02-06-06

| Sample Gaming Commission Worksheet | [PDF - 30 KB]
| Delegation Of Authority - Gaming Commission | [PDF - 126 KB]
| State Gaming Authority Matrix |
| Gaming Commission Info Packet | [PDF - 35.60 MB]
| Gaming Information Weblinks | [PDF - 26 KB]


Past Legislation:
 
· Legislation Proposed during the 23rd Legislature

Co-Sponsored Legislation Alaska State Legislature
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  · HB 16
  · HB 17
  · HB 22
  · HB 33
  · HB 41
  · HB 42
  · HB 52
  · HB 53
  · HB 82
  · HB 89
  · HB 91
  · HB 109
  · HB 127
  · HB 132
  · HB 155
  · HB 169
  · HB 190
  · HB 205
  · HB 208
  · HB 210
  · HB 225
  · HB 226
  · HB 273
  · HB 277
  · HB 286
  · HB 308
  · HB 314
  · HB 318
  · HB 321
  · HB 322
  · HB 331
  · HB 343
  · HB 400
  · HB 430
  · HB 467
  · HCR 2
  · HCR 11
  · HJR 4
  · HJR 6
  · HJR 8
  · HJR 12
  · SB 104
  · SB 129
  · SB 206
  · SB 218
  · SB 249
 

HB 16 : Funding For Public Boarding Schools
Signed into Law! Chapter 54 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. John Coghill

An Act relating to funding for school districts operating statewide residential educational programs; and providing for an effective date.

Version : SCS CS HB 16 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-3719
Last Action : Signed into Law : 06-03-06
Current Status : Chapter 54 SLA 06 : 06-03-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-08-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

HB 16 puts into statute DOE's current practice. This legislation expands existing programs for students who don't have access to grades 9 through 12 qualify for a stipend in boarding schools by changing the entrance requirements.

HB 17 : CINA; Adoption; Foster Care
Sponsored by Rep. Norman Rokeberg, Rep. Carl Gatto

An Act relating to children in need of aid; authorizing additional family members to consent to disclosure of confidential or privileged information about children and families involved with children's services within the Department of Health and Social Services to officials for review or use in official capacities; relating to reports of harm; and relating to adoptions and foster care.

Contact : : 465-4968
Current Status : (H) HES : 01-10-05

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 22 : 90 - Day Legislative Session
Sponsored by Rep. Ralph Samuels, Rep. Norman Rokeberg

An Act relating to the terms of legislators, to a 90-day regular session of the legislature, to the date of convening a regular session, and to procedures of legislative committees during the interim; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 22 (STA)
Contact : : 465-2095
Last Action : (H) STA » (H) FIN : 01-17-06

| Sponsor Statement |

01-17-06 : Heard and held in House Finance Committee.

Limits the legislative session to 90 days.

HB 33 : Regulations Affecting Small Businesses
Signed into Law! Chapter 91 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer

An Act relating to required notification of the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development, economic effect statements, and regulatory flexibility analyses regarding the adoption of regulations that may govern the conduct of small businesses; relating to a private cause of action, regulation invalidation, and judicial review related to required notification, economic effect statements, and regulatory flexibility analyses for the adoption of regulations that may govern the conduct of small businesses; and providing for an effective date.

Version : SCS CS HB 33 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-4945
Last Action : Signed into Law : 08-09-05
Current Status : Chapter 91 SLA 05 : 08-09-05

| Sponsor Statement |

05-09-05 : HB 33 requires state regulatory agencies to consider the impact of proposed regulations on small businesses.

HB 41 : Assault On School Grounds, Events, Buses
Signed into Law! Chapter 86 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn, Rep. Lesil McGuire

An Act relating to minimum periods of imprisonment for the crime of assault in the fourth degree committed on school grounds, on a school bus, at a school-sponsored event, or at certain school district administration offices.

Version : SCS CS HB 41 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-2794
Last Action : Signed into Law : 07-06-06
Current Status : Chapter 86 SLA 06 : 07-06-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-09-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

Revises sentencing guidelines to require a 60-day mandatory minimum term of imprisonment for assaults in the fourth degree committed on: school grounds, on a school bus, at a school-sponsored event, or at certain school district administration offices.

HB 42 : Joseph C Williams, Sr. , Coastal Trail
Signed into Law! Chapter 9 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. James Elkins

An Act naming the Joseph C. Williams, Sr., Coastal Trail.

Version : SCS HB 42 (CRA)
Contact : : 465-3424
Last Action : Signed into Law : 04-20-05
Current Status : Chapter 9 SLA 05 : 04-20-05

| Sponsor Statement |

03-14-05 : Renames three miles of trail alongside the South Tongass Highway between Ketchikan and Saxman, Alaska the Joe Williams, Sr. Coastal Trail. Mr. Williams was an advocate for the construction of a trail alongside the South Tongass Highway between the cities of Ketchikan and Saxman. This legislation honors the memory of a highly respected member of the native community in Southeast Alaska.

HB 52 : Long - Range Fiscal Plan
Sponsored by Rep. Max Gruenberg

An Act relating to adoption and revision of a comprehensive long-range fiscal plan for the State of Alaska.

Version : SS HB 52
Contact : : 465-4940
Last Action : (H) W&M » (H) FIN : 03-21-05

03-18-05 : House Bill 52 would require the legislature to adopt and annually revise a fiscal plan to balance state revenues and expenditures for the succeeding five fiscal years. The states current budgetary system encourages legislators and the governor to focus only on the fiscal year immediately ahead.

HB 53 : Children In Need Of Aid/ Adoption/ Guardian
Signed into Law! Chapter 64 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. John Coghill

An Act relating to child-in-need-of-aid proceedings; amending the construction of statutes pertaining to children in need of aid; relating to guardianships; relating to the confidentiality of investigations, court hearings, court records, and public agency records and information in child-in-need-of-aid matters and certain child protection matters, to immunity regarding disclosure of information in child-in-need-of-aid matters and certain child protection matters, to proceedings regarding voluntary relinquishment and termination of a parent and child relationship, to eligibility for permanent fund dividends for certain children in the custody of the state, and to juvenile delinquency proceedings and placements; reestablishing and relating to a state citizens' review panel; amending the obligation of a public agency to disclose agency information pertaining to a child in need of aid; relating to disclosure of confidential or privileged information about children and families involved with children's services within the Department of Health and Social Services to officials for review or use in official capacities; relating to reports of harm and to adoptions and foster care; relating to consent for the medication of children in state custody; prescribing the rights of family members related to child-in-need-of-aid cases and establishing a familial priority for adoption; modifying adoption and placement procedures in certain child-in-need-of-aid cases; amending Rules 9 and 13, Alaska Adoption Rules, Rules 3, 17.2, 18, and 22, Alaska Child in Need of Aid Rules of Procedure, and Rules 14 and 15, Alaska Rules of Probate Procedure; relating to the admissibility into evidence of the prior recorded statement of a crime victim less than 16 years of age; and amending Rule 801, Alaska Rules of Evidence; and providing for an effective date.

Version : SCS CS S SHB 53 (FIN) Am S
Contact : : 465-3719
Last Action : Signed into Law : 06-30-05
Current Status : Chapter 64 SLA 05 : 06-30-05

| Sponsor Statement |
| Proposed Work Draft for House Finance | [PDF - 1.86 MB]
| Proposed Amendments for House Finance | [PDF - 148 KB]

05-09-05 : An omnibus bill that does many things. It creates a duty and standard of care for social workers who are making decisions for children in state custody. It makes the process transparent by making confidential information currently unavailable accessible to certain people, making court proceedings open to the public, and giving parents the right to a jury trial in proceedings to terminate their parental rights.

HB 82 : Extend Suicide Prevention Council
Companion Bill SB 60 Signed Into Law!
Chapter 8 SLA 05

Sponsored by Rep. Nancy Dahlstrom

An Act extending the termination date of the Statewide Suicide Prevention Council; and providing for an effective date.

Companion Bill : SB 60
Current Status : (H) FIN : 02-09-05

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 42 KB]

HB 89 : Genetically Modified Fish
Sponsored by Rep. Beth Kerttula

An Act relating to labeling and identification of genetically modified fish and fish products.

Contact : :
Current Status : (H) FSH : 01-19-05

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 91 : Indecent Exposure To Minors
Signed into Law! Chapter 62 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. John Coghill

An Act relating to indecent exposure.

Version : HB 91 Am
Companion Bill : SB 159
Contact : : 465-3719
Last Action : Signed into Law : 06-30-05
Current Status : Chapter 62 SLA 05 : 06-30-05

| Sponsor Statement |

05-03-05 : Makes repeat convictions of indecent exposure within the observation of a person under sixteen years of age a felony.

HB 109 : Screening Newborn For Hearing/ Audiologist
Signed into Law! Chapter 43 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. Jay Ramras

An Act relating to establishing a screening, tracking, and intervention program related to the hearing ability of newborns and infants; providing an exemption to licensure as an audiologist for certain persons performing hearing screening; relating to insurance coverage for newborn and infant hearing screening; and providing for an effective date.

Version : SCS CS HB 109 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-3004
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-25-06
Current Status : Chapter 43 SLA 06 : 05-25-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-09-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

HB 109 is aimed at ensuring that all infants born in Alaska have their hearing screened at birth, or within 30 days of birth, if not born in a hospital.

HB 127 : PFD: Peace Corps/ Olympian/ Sanctions
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Lesil McGuire

An Act relating to service in the peace corps and members of the United States Olympic Team as allowable absences from the state for purposes of eligibility for permanent fund dividends and to the period for filing an application for a permanent fund dividend; authorizing the Department of Revenue to issue administrative orders imposing sanctions for certain misrepresentations or other actions concerning eligibility for a permanent fund dividend and providing for administrative appeal of those orders; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 127 (FIN) Am
Contact : : 465-2995
Last Action : (S) STA » (S) FIN : 04-28-05

| Sponsor Statement | Sectional Analysis |

04-01-05 : Peace Corps Volunteers and U.S. Foreign Service Diplomats deserve the gratitude that they have earned in their time as volunteers and service diplomats to have the opportunity to receive their permanent fund dividend. HB 127 will add Peace Corps Volunteers and U.S. Foreign Diplomats as an allowable absence for the purpose of filing and receiving an Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend. Technical amendment made in FIN.

HB 132 : Crimes Against Elderly
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Bill Stoltze

An Act relating to certain crimes committed against the elderly; and providing for an effective date.

Version : SCS CS HB 132 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-4958
Last Action : (S) JUD » (S) FIN : 04-21-05

| Sponsor Statement |

04-21-05 : Increase the penalties for crimes against the elderly one level. For example, assault in the fourth degree, a class A misdemeanor, would be a class C felony if the assault was committed to a person 65 years of age or older. Removed the intentent and findings section. (one)

HB 155 : Youth Courts And Criminal Fines
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Ralph Samuels

An Act relating to funding for youth courts; and relating to separately accounting for fines imposed on and collected from defendants.

Version : CS HB 155 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-2095
Last Action : Senate Floor » (S) FIN : 04-15-05

| Sponsor Statement |

03-21-05 : HB 155 would create a separate accounting mechanism for fines collected by the Alaska Court system in criminal judgments and would authorize the legislature to appropriate up to 25% of those collected fines either directly to local youth courts or to the United Youth Courts of Alaska for distribution to local youth courts.

HB 169 : Real Estate Licensees
Signed into Law! Chapter 74 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. Norman Rokeberg

An Act relating to the educational requirements for certain real estate brokers, associate brokers, and salespersons with new or suspended licenses; relating to review of real estate transactions by attorneys or associate brokers; relating to the requirements for a real estate broker license and an associate real estate broker license; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 169 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-4968
Last Action : Signed into Law : 07-14-05
Current Status : Chapter 74 SLA 05 : 07-14-05

| Sponsor Statement | Sectional Analysis |

05-08-05 : HB 169 requires a real estate licensee take 20 hours of post-licensing education within one year of receiving his/her initial license. Current law requires a real estate broker supervise every transaction. This is not practical in large real estate firms. In Anchorage, for example, 60% of the real estate transactions occur within three firms, with a total of four brokers. HB 169 will allow brokers to employ associate brokers or attorneys to assist in the orderly review of real estate transactions prior to the closing of the transaction.

HB 190 : Required ID For Purchasing Alcohol
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Richard Foster

An Act relating to the purchase of alcoholic beverages and to access to licensed premises; relating to civil liability for certain persons accessing licensed premises; requiring driver's licenses and identification cards to be marked if a person is restricted from consuming alcoholic beverages as a result of a conviction or condition of probation or parole and relating to fees for the marked license; and requiring the surrender and cancellation of driver's licenses under certain circumstances.

Version : SCS CS HB 190 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-3789
Last Action : (S) FIN » (S) RLS : 05-08-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-08-06 : Passed Senate Finance Committee with a committee substitute, to be moved to Senate Rules Committee. The committee substitute clarifies that an ADL cancelled under this legislation would only remain cancelled during the length of the court ordered restriction on alcohol consumption. It limits the scope of jurisdiction to cover Alaska statutes and municipal ordinances. The CS also changes the mark on the license from ROC (Restriction On Consumption) to COAR (Court Ordered Alcohol Restriction).

Previously amendments were made authorizing the state to charge an enhanced fee for a license or ID under this statute and these circumstances. Additionally the bill was amended to ensure that a person who is convicted and is required to have a ''marked ID'' not have the privilege to purchase alcohol or knowingly enter or remain in a licensed establishment that sells alcohol with the intention to obtain alcohol for personal consumption.

HB 205 : Review And Suspension Of Regulations
Sponsored by Rep. Jay Ramras

An Act relating to review of proposed regulatory actions and regulations, fiscal effect of proposed regulatory actions, and suspension of regulations.

Contact : : 465-3004
Current Status : (H) JUD : 03-07-05

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 208 : State Veterans' Cemetery & Fund
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. David Guttenberg

An Act authorizing the Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs to establish and maintain Alaskan veterans' cemeteries; and establishing the Alaska veterans' cemetery fund in the general fund.

Version : CS HB 208 (FIN) Am
Contact : : 465-4457
Last Action : Senate Floor » (S) FIN : 02-21-06

| Sponsor Statement |

02-17-06 : Passed House floor as amended, sent to Senate for consideration. Amendments include the deletion of the language ''Fairbanks and elsewhere,'' making it applicable to the whole state if eligible, the date was also changed.

HB 208 will provide a place in the Interior for soldiers to have a dignified place to be laid to rest with full military funeral honors, pallbearers, rifle team, flag folding, and flag presentation.

HB 210 : Bloodborne Pathogen Testing
Signed into Law! Chapter 48 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. Lesil McGuire

An Act relating to blood testing of certain persons alleged to have committed certain offenses directed toward peace officers or emergency workers.

Version : SCS CS HB 210 (JUD) Am S
Contact : : 465-2995
Last Action : Signed into Law : 06-24-05
Current Status : Chapter 48 SLA 05 : 06-24-05

| Sponsor Statement | Sectional Analysis |
| Talking Points | [PDF - 32 KB]

05-05-05 : Takes policies and procedures for testing for blood borne pathogen exposure to correctional officers that were passed by the 23rd Alaskan Legislature and expands them to include peace officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians and mobile paramedics.

HB 225 : Medical Examiners & Death Examinations
Signed into Law! Chapter 76 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. Lesil McGuire

An Act relating to medical examiners and medical death examinations.

Version : SCS HB 225 (HES)
Contact : : 465-2995
Last Action : Signed into Law : 07-14-05
Current Status : Chapter 76 SLA 05 : 07-14-05

| Sponsor Statement | Sectional Analysis |

05-07-05 : HB 225 would require the commissioner of health and social services to appoint both a chief medical examiner and a deputy medical examiner to share the extensive workload.

HB 226 : Personal Information Breach
Sponsored by Rep. Les Gara

An Act relating to breaches of security involving personal information; and relating to credit report security freezes.

Version : CS HB 226 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-2647
Last Action : (H) JUD » (H) FIN : 02-13-06

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF]

02-10-06 : Passed out of House Judiciary Committee as amended, to be moved to House Finance Committee. Technical amendments were made, along with the incorporation of portions of SB 222, allowing people the right to file a police report regarding an identity theft.

This bill requires that any business that collects this personal customer information as part of their business must notify consumers if the security of that information is compromised. California is currently the only state to mandate consumer notification and this bill is modeled after the California law.

HB 273 : PFD: Delay Payment For Allowable Absences
Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch

An Act relating to the dividends of certain individuals claiming allowable absences; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 273 (RLS) Am
Contact : : 465-3744
Last Action : 3RD RDG,4/24 CAL(H) » (H) RLS : 04-24-06

| Sponsor Statement |

04-24-06 : Returned to House Rules Committee.

HB 273 attempts to ensure that everyone receiving a PFD under an excused absence return to the State before collecting their funds.

HB 277 : Gamble - Sperl UAS Joint Use Facility
Signed into Law! Chapter 45 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. Beth Kerttula

Naming the Charles Gamble Jr. - Donald Sperl Joint Use Facility in Juneau.

Companion Bill : SB 176
Contact : : 465-4766
Last Action : Signed into Law : 06-07-05
Current Status : Chapter 45 SLA 05 : 06-07-05

| Sponsor Statement |

05-07-05 : The Joint Use Facility/ UAS Student Recreation Center/ National Guard Readiness Center is currently under construction and is slated for completion in July of this year. The facility was built with federal, state and university funds for a total of $16.3 million. Naming the joint use facility after Charles and Donald will show our respect for their dedication to our country and honor them for their valiant service. Their names will live on as a reminder for all of true patriotism.

HB 286 : Value Of Royalty On Gas Production / Tax Credit
Signed into Law! Chapter 81 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. Ralph Samuels

An Act amending the manner of determining the royalty received by the state on gas production by directing the commissioner of natural resources to accept, under certain circumstances, the transfer price of the gas if established by transfer price order of the Regulatory Commission of Alaska; extending and amending the requirements applicable to the credit that may be claimed for certain oil and gas exploration expenses incurred in Cook Inlet against oil and gas properties production (severance) taxes, and amending the credit against those taxes for certain exploration expenditures from leases or properties in the state; and providing for an effective date.

Version : SCS HB 286 (RES)
Contact : : 465-6871
Last Action : Signed into Law : 07-21-05
Current Status : Chapter 81 SLA 05 : 07-21-05

| Sponsor Statement |

05-08-05 : The proposed legislation adds language that allows DNR to use the gas transfer price set by the RCA much like DNR uses the contract price for gas. The transfer price is the rate ML&P is required to charge itself for the Beluga Field gas it uses. The proposed amendment allows DNR to give (aa) treatment not only to an arms-length gas supply contract, but also to RCA-approved orders setting the transfer price when a utility uses its own natural gas.

HB 308 : Caller ID Hackers
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act relating to false caller identification.

Version : CS HB 308 (JUD) Am
Contact : : 465-4965
Last Action : (S) JUD » (S) FIN : 04-25-06

| Sponsor Statement |

04-25-06 : Passed Senate Judiciary Committee without change, to be moved to Senate Finance Committee.

HB-308 will make it class B misdemeanor for any person who inserts false information into caller ID system except for legitimate law enforcement national defense agencies.

HB 314 : Use Of Force To Protect Self/ Home
Sponsored by Rep. John Coghill, Rep. Carl Gatto, Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act relating to defense of self, other persons, and property.

Companion Bill : SB 201
Contact : : 465-3719
Current Status : (H) JUD : 01-09-06

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 318 : Limitation On Eminent Domain
Signed into Law! Chapter 84 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. Lesil McGuire, Rep. Jim Holm, Rep. Mike Hawker

An Act limiting the exercise of eminent domain.

Version : SCS CS HB 318 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-4990
Last Action : Signed into Law : 07-05-06
Current Status : Chapter 84 SLA 06 : 07-05-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-06-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

HB 318 calls for two very clear policy decisions. The first is whether or not it is appropriate to take a person's private property for economic development and the second is whether it is appropriate to take all or part of one's primary residence for recreational opportunities of another. This legislation is not intended to prohibit the legitimate use of eminent domain; it merely limits its use in these two narrow policy areas.

HB 321 : Aggravated Drunk Driving
Sponsored by Rep. Jay Ramras

An Act relating to high risk operation of a motor vehicle, aircraft, or watercraft while under the influence of an alcoholic beverage, inhalant, or controlled substance and to refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Version : CS HB 363 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-3004
Last Action : (H) JUD » (H) FIN : 02-10-06

| Sponsor Statement | Sectional Analysis |

02-08-06 : Passed House Judiciary Committee with a committee substitute to clarify language and a conceptual amendment. The bill will now be moved to House Finance Committee.

HB 322 : Safe Surrender Of Babies
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux, Rep. Max Gruenberg

An Act relating to infants who are safely surrendered by a parent shortly after birth.

Version : CS HB 322 (JUD) Am
Contact : : 465-6588
Last Action : Senate Floor » (S) RLS : 05-03-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-03-06 : Passed Senate Judiciary Committee without change, to be moved to Senate Rules Committee.

This a bill that will allow parents to safely surrender an infant shortly after birth without fear of being criminally prosecuted.

HB 331 : Underage Military On Licensed Premises
Sponsored by Rep. James Elkins

An Act relating to access by persons under 21 years of age to premises licensed to sell alcoholic beverages as clubs.

Version : HB 331 (L&C)
Contact : : 465-4967
Last Action : (H) FIN » (H) RLS : 02-15-06

| Sponsor Statement |

02-13-06 : Passed House Finance Committee with no amendments, to be moved to House Rules Committee.

HB 343 : Harassment/ Assault/ Stalking
Signed into Law! Chapter 87 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act creating the crimes of harassment in the first and second degree, amending the crime of stalking, and adding a definition of 'medical professional' to the assault and harassment statutes.

Version : CS HB 343 (JUD) Am
Contact : : 465-4931
Last Action : Signed into Law : 07-06-06
Current Status : Chapter 87 SLA 06 : 07-06-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-06-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

HB 343 creates the crime of harassment in the first degree for anyone who subjects another person to offensive physical contact with human or animal bodily fluids, and classifies that crime as a class A misdemeanor. The bill also redesignates the existing crime of harassment as harassment in the second degree. HB 343 also provides a minimum term of imprisonment of 60 days for persons convicted of harassment in the first degree when they direct the offense at certain specified law enforcement officers and emergency responders.

HB 400 : Confiscation Of Firearms
Signed into Law! Chapter 32 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. John Coghill

An Act relating to confiscation of firearms during disaster emergencies.

Version : SCS CS HB 400 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-3719
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-18-06
Current Status : Chapter 32 SLA 06 : 05-18-06

| Sponsor Statement | Sectional Analysis |

04-28-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

CS to House Bill 400 changes the penalty imposed on individuals that violate the provisions of this bill. An elected official or individual in a governmental position will forfeit their office or position if found guilty; the Alaska Police Standards Council will enforce sanctions against police officers. CS to House Bill 400 also makes a minor change in the title.

HB 430 : Appropriation: Palmer Senior Citizen Center
Sponsored by Rep. Carl Gatto

An Act making an appropriation for the construction of the Palmer Senior Citizen Center; and providing for an effective date.

Last Action : (H) HES » (H) FIN : 03-24-06

| Sponsor Statement |

03-23-06 : Passed House Health, Education, and Social Services Committee without change, to be moved to House Finance Committee.

HB 467 : Administration Of Medication By A Nurse
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Mike Kelly

An Act relating to the administration of prescribed remedies and dietary supplements by a nurse.

Version : CS HB 467 (HES) Am
Contact : : 465-6890
Last Action : (S) HES » (S) RLS : 05-05-06

| Other States' Policie -Nurses Administering Dietary Supplements | [PDF - 983 KB]
| Sponsor Statement |

05-05-06 : Passed Senate Health, Education & Social Services Committee without change, to be moved to Senate Rules Committee.

HB 467 will give Registered Nurses licensed in Alaska the authority to administer prescribed remedies or dietary supplements within the manufacturers' recommended dosage when certain requirements are met.

HCR 2 : In - State Natural Gas Needs
Passed Legislature! Legis Resolve 11
Sponsored by Rep. Ralph Samuels

Urging Governor Murkowski to take quick action to conduct, approve, or sanction a study of in-state natural gas needs and take-off points for intrastate use of natural gas transported in a North Slope natural gas pipeline.

Contact : : 465-3715
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-17-05
Current Status : Legis Resolve 11 : 05-17-05

| Sponsor Statement |

04-18-05 : Urges Governor Murkowski to take quick action to conduct, approve, or sanction a study of in-state natural gas needs and take-off points for intrastate use of natural gas transported in a North Slope natural gas pipeline, with the objective that the study be completed before the final rules relating to the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline take effect on the 90th day following the publication in the Federal Register of the rules adopted by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

HCR 11 : Parents' Day
Passed Legislature! Legis Resolve 19
Sponsored by Rep. Sharon Cissna

Proclaiming July 24, 2005, as Parents' Day.

Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-27-05
Current Status : Legis Resolve 19 : 05-27-05

05-07-05 : Declares July 24, 2005 ''Parents Day''

HJR 4 : Endorsing ANWR Leasing
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Mike Hawker

Urging the United States Congress to pass legislation to open the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, to oil and gas exploration, development, and production.

Version : CS HJR 4 (RES) Am
Companion Bill : SJR 2
Contact : : 465-4949
Current Status : Senate : 02-07-05

| Sponsor Statement |
| Letter of Support from Arctic Power | [PDF - 119 KB]
| Letter of Support from Ak St. Chamber | [PDF - 7 KB]
| U.S. Dept. of Energy Report | [PDF - 354 KB]

01-28-05 : The House passed a resolution today, drafted by Rep. Hawker, urging Congress to open the Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas exploration and production. HJR 4 passed the House by a vote of 26 to 4.

HJR 6 : Labeling Of Fish / Shellfish Products
Passed Legislature! Legis Resolve 5
Sponsored by Rep. Beth Kerttula

Relating to the labeling of fish and shellfish to identify the country of origin and to distinguish between wild and farmed fish and shellfish.

Version : CS HJR 6 (FSH)
Contact : : 465-4766
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-19-05
Current Status : Legis Resolve 5 : 05-19-05

| Sponsor Statement |

03-16-05 : Requires labeling of fish products and processed food items containing fish to identify the country of origin and to distinguish between wild and farmed fish and fish products.

HJR 8 : Supporting Alaska Army National Guard
Passed Legislature! Legis Resolve 9
Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch

Expressing support of Alaska Army National Guard soldiers deployed worldwide.

Contact : : 465-6863
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-19-05

| Sponsor Statement |

04-11-05 : More than 250 Alaska Army National Guard soldiers are now on active duty, and are deployed throughout the world. These citizen soldiers, from all over Alaska are serving in overseas training deployments, combat missions, stability and support operations. HJR 8 expresses support of Alaska Army National Guard soldiers and families deployed worldwide.

HJR 12 : Constitutional Amendment: Budget Reserve Fund Repeal
Sponsored by Rep. John Harris

Proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Alaska relating to the repeal of the budget reserve fund.

Version : CS HJR 12 (W&M)
Contact : : 465-4859
Last Action : (H) JUD » (H) FIN : 04-26-05

| Sponsor Statement |

04-25-05 : Would repeal the CBR. By eliminating the CBR there will no longer be a need for a three-quarter vote whenever additional funds are needed to balance our budget. Also, elimination of this amendment will help facilitate the development of a fiscal plan that will allow the legislature to balance a budget on a year-to-year basis with known anticipated revenues.

SB 104 : Permanent Fund Dividend Fraud/ Eligibility
Signed into Law! Chapter 42 SLA 06
Sponsored by Sen. Ralph Seekins

An Act relating to the crimes of unsworn falsification in the first degree involving an application for a permanent fund dividend and false information or report involving eligibility for a permanent fund dividend; requiring the establishment of a permanent fund dividend fraud investigation unit in the Department of Revenue; relating to service in the peace corps and as a member of the United States Olympic Team as allowable absences from the state for purposes of eligibility for permanent fund dividends and to the period for filing an application for a permanent fund dividend; authorizing the Department of Revenue to issue administrative orders imposing sanctions for certain misrepresentations or other actions concerning eligibility for a permanent fund dividend and providing for administrative appeal of those orders; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CCS SB 104
Contact : : 465-2327
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-25-06
Current Status : Chapter 42 SLA 06 : 05-25-06

| Fact Sheet | [PDF - 18 KB]
| Sponsor Statement |

05-07-06 : Senate and House adopted conference committee report. Elevates Permanent Fund Dividend fraud from a class A misdemeanor to a class C felony. Codifies a PFD fraud investigation unit within the Department of Revenue to assist the Department of Law in detecting and investigating PFD fraud. Adds peace corps and members of the Special Olympics to the allowable absences for permanent fund dividend eligibility.

SB 129 : Wrongful Filing Of Lis Pendens
Signed into Law! Chapter 27 SLA 05
Sponsored by Sen. Charlie Huggins

An Act relating to the wrongful recording of a notice of pendency of an action relating to title to or right to possession of real property.

Version : CS SB 129 (JUD)
Companion Bill : HB 179
Contact : : 465-4711
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-20-05
Current Status : Chapter 27 SLA 05 : 05-20-05

| Fact Sheet | [PDF - 106 KB]
| Sponsor Statement |

05-03-05 : Unanimously passed House 5/3. Makes it a Class A misdemeanor to file a wrongful notice that an action is pending that affects title to real property when the notice is filed with reckless disregard that the action would not affect title to the property or no action is actually pending.

SB 206 : Detention / I. D. Of Persons; Contempt Of Ct
Sponsored by Sen. Con Bunde

An Act relating to contempt of court and to temporary detention and identification of persons.

Version : HCS CS SB 206 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-4843
Last Action : Senate » Senate : 05-09-06

| Fact Sheet | [PDF - 21 KB]
| Sponsor Statement |

05-08-06 : Passed House 26-6. Sets guidelines for law enforcement officers to collect evidence from material witnesses at the scene of the crime.

SB 218 : Sex Offenders/ Sentencing/ Abuse Reports
Signed into Law! Chapter 14 SLA 06
Sponsored by Sen. Con Bunde

An Act relating to sex offenders and child kidnappers; relating to periodic polygraph examinations for sex offenders released on probation or parole; relating to sexual abuse of a minor; relating to the definitions of 'aggravated sex offense' and 'child kidnapping'; relating to penalties for failure to report child abuse or neglect; relating to sentencing for sex offenders and habitual criminals; and providing for an effective date.

Version : HCS CS SB 218 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-4843
Last Action : Signed into Law : 04-27-06
Current Status : Chapter 14 SLA 06 : 04-27-06

| Fact Sheet | [PDF - 20 KB]
| Sponsor Statement |
| Opinion-Editorial |

04-07-06 : Senate concurred with House changes 18-0. Increases sentencing times for the most egregious unclassified and Class A sexual felonies against a minor to a minimum sentence of 25 years. Increases sentencing for Unclassified and Class A sexual felonies against an adult to a minimum of 20 years. Restructures and increases sentencing for Class B and Class C sexual offenses. Requires periodic polygraph testing for sex offenders on probation and parole.

SB 249 : Reporting Bail And Release Information
Signed into Law! Chapter 79 SLA 06
Sponsored by Sen. Hollis French

An Act relating to criminal justice information.

Version : CS SB 249 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-3892
Last Action : Signed into Law : 06-19-06
Current Status : Chapter 79 SLA 06 : 06-19-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-08-06 : Passed House 35-0.


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