03-17-05 : HB 166 creates the Governor's Memorial Certificate Program to allow the Adjutant General to honor deceased veterans who are Alaska residents by issuing to their family death certificates. The Certificate Program is modeled after the Presidential memorial certificate program. It is the intent that the Governor's Memorial Certificate Program will simply be a certificate issued to surviving family members or other eligible recipients as defined, acknowledging the State's appreciation of the service of deceased veterans.
03-06-06 : Passed Senate State Affairs with minor changes, to be moved to Senate Finance Committee.
Provides a death certificate without cost to a surviving spouse, next of kin, or other relative of a deceased veteran. The bill is modeled after Arizona statute, which provides the death certificate for purpose of obtaining Veteran's or Social Security Benefits.
02-09-06 : Passed House Military & Veterans' Affairs Committee with amendments, to be moved to House State Affairs Committee. Amendments changes the date of effectiveness of the bill from immediate to 90 days after it is signed into law, other modifications were technical.
Suspending Rules 24(c), 35, 41(b), and 42(e), Uniform Rules of the Alaska State Legislature, concerning Senate Bill No. 289, relating to the payment of insurer examination expenses, to the regulation of managed care insurance plans, to actuarial opinions and supporting documentation for an insurer, to insurance firms, managing general agents, and third-party administrators, to eligibility of surplus lines insurers, to suitability of life and health insurance policies and annuity contracts, to unfair discrimination under a health insurance policy, to prompt payment of health care insurance claims, to required notice by an insurer, to individual deferred annuities, to direct payment to providers under a health insurance policy, to mental health benefits under a health care insurance plan, to the definitions of title insurance limited producer and of other terms used in the title regulating the practice of the business of insurance, and to small employer health insurance; repealing the Small Employer Health Reinsurance Association; and making conforming amendments.