Senator Randy Phillips
District L - Republican

Session:

State Capitol, Room 103
Juneau, AK 99801-1182
Phone: (907) 465-4949
Fax: (907) 465-4979

Interim:

PO Box 142
Eagle River, AK 99577
Phone: (907) 694-4949
Fax: (907) 694-4948
(see also Session address)

Elected to the House 1976, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1988,1990
Elected to the Senate 1992, 1996

Staff

Jerry Burnett at (907) 465-6590 or
Jerry_Burnett@Legis.state.ak.us

Caroline Lombard at (907) 465-4949 or
Caroline_Lombard@Legis.state.ak.us

Carolyne Reitter at (907) 465-4949 or
Carolyne_Reitter@Legis.state.ak.us

Biography

Date/Place of Birth: 8/30/50; Seattle, WA
Occupation: Marketing, Research
Spouse: Norma
Children: Christopher, Matthew
Residency in Alaska: Juneau, 1950-52; Anchorage (Nunaka Valley), 1956-62; Eagle River, 1962-present.
Education: High School - Chugiak, 1965-69; College - Alaska Methodist University, 1973, B.A. Political Science/History.
Political and Government Positions: State Senator, 1993-present; State Representative, 1977-92; Member, Senate Finance Committee; Chair, Legislative Budget & Audit, Committee Member Community & Regional Affairs Committee.
Business and Professional Positions: Self-employed, 1988-present; Owner, Northern Family Home Video, 1985-87; Marketing Research, Gamel Homes, 1982-84; Contract Administrative Assistant, Quadrant Development, 1981; Bell, Herring & Associates, 1980; Tryck, Nyman & Hayes, 1978-79.
Service Organization(s) Membership: Elks; Board of Directors, Eagle River Fine Arts Academy; 1996 Chugiak-Eagle River Arctic Winter Games.
Special Interests: Fishing, baseball, hockey, my cabin, and my 1969 Roadrunner.

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Legislation of Interest

SB 36: An Act relating to transportation of public school students; relating to school construction grants; relating to the public school foundation program and to local aid for education; and providing for an effective date.
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Sponsor Statement | Talking Points | Summary | Public School Funding History |

Legislation

Prime Sponsor of the following legislation

SB 36: An Act relating to transportation of public school students; relating to school construction grants; relating to the public school foundation program and to local aid for education; and providing for an effective date.
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Sponsor Statement | Talking Points | Summary | Public School Funding History |
SB 319: An Act relating to arbitration; amending Rules 57(a) and 77(g), Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure; and providing for an effective date.
SJR 7: Supporting continued funding of the Alaska National Guard Youth Corps Challenge Program.
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Sponsor Statement |

Co-Sponsor of the following legislation

HB 6: Amending laws relating to the disclosure of information relating to certain minors.
HB 13: Relating to marine safety training and education programs.
HB 16: Relating to delinquent minors, to the taking of action based on the alleged criminal misconduct of ceratin minors, to the services to be provided to the victims of criminal misconduct of minors, and to agency records involving minors alleged to be delinquent based on their criminal misconduct; and amending Rule 19 and repealing Rules 6, 7, 11(a), 12(a), and 21(f), Alaska Delinquency Rules.
HB 45: Relating to runaway and missing minors, and providing for an effective date.
HB 158: An Act relating to attendance at a public school on a part-time basis.
HB 189: An Act relating to sale, gift, and possession of tobacco and tobacco products; and providing for an effective date.
HB 245: An Act relating to minimum sentences for assault in the fourth degree that is a crime involving domestic violence; providing that a prisoner may not contact the victim of the offense when provided access to a telephone or otherwise immediately after an arrest; and amending Rule 5(b), Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure.
HB 309: An Act naming the Robert B. Atwood Building.
HB 334: An Act relating to wavier of tuition and fees for certain family members of a police officer killed in the line of duty; and providing for an effective date.
HB 349: An Act prohibiting the use of the title 'social worker' without a license; relating to social workers, licensure of social workers, and the Board of Clinical Social Work Examiners; and providing for an effective date.
HCR 18: Declaring 1997 to be observed as the 80th Anniversery of the University of Alaska Fairbanks and recognizing the vital role played by the Univerisity of Alaska Fairbanks.
HJR 12: Urging the Secretary of the interior to conduct competitive oil and gas lease sales within the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska.
HJR 16: Relating to a federal balanced budget amendment.
HJR 53: Relating to support for federal legislation providing for the continuation of the University of Alaska by the conveyance of federal land to the university.
SB 1: Relating to living and working conditions of prisoners in correctional facilities operated by the state, and authorizing the commissioner of corrections to negotiate with providers of detention and confinement services under contract to apply those conditions and limitations on services to persons held under authority of state law at facilities operated under contract or agreement; relating to services provided to prisoners; amending the definition of "severely medically disabled" applicable to prisoners seeking special medical parole; amending provisions of the correctional industries program; and extending the termination date of the Correctional Industries Commission and the program.
SB 11: Relating to state aid for school construction debt; and providing for an effective date.
SB 25: An Act relating to authorizing the Department of Corrections to provide an automated victim notification and prisoner information system.
SB 63: An Act providing for automatic waiver of juvenile jurisdiction and prosecution of minors as adults for certain violations of laws by minors who use deadly weapons to commit offenses that are crimes against a person, and relating to the sealing of the records of those minors.
SB 67: An Act relating to the imposition of criminal sentences; and amending Rule 32.2, Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure.
SB 70: An Act defining the offenses of unlawful discharge of a firearm; and relating to the commission of those offenses by minors.
SB 77: An Act relating to the Alaska Day of Prayer.
SB 134: An Act relating to home schooling for elementary and secondary students.
SB 142: An Act relating to formation of and taxation in regional educational attendance areas; and providing for an effective date.
SB 284: An Act relating to cruelty to animals.
SB 295: An Act relating to children and crimes involving children.
SB 304: An Act relating to regulation of highways and motor vehicles; and providing for an effective date.
SB 307: An Act relating to conditions for filling vacancies in the office of United States senator; and providing for an effective date.
SB 319: An Act relating to arbitration; amending Rules 57(a) and 77(g), Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure; and providing for an effective date.
SCR 4: Relating to declaring March 1997 as Sobriety Awarenss Month.
SCR 7: Relating to the thirty-first annual Boys' State.
SCR 8: Relating to the twenty-ninth annual Girl's State.
SCR 22: Relating to promotion of Kids Voting Alaska programs.
SJR 3: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Alaska limiting the rights of prisoners to those required under the Constitution of the United States.
SJR 4: Relating to an amendment to the Constitution of the United States setting out the authority of the United States Congress and of state legislatures to enact laws relating to limits on election campaign expenditures.
SJR 9: 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.
SJR 13: Relating to RS 2477 rights-of-way.
SJR 22: Inviting the United States Department of Defense to select Alaska as the site to base and train military troops.
SJR 28: Requesting the federal government to conduct an audit of the Alaska Native regional corporations to determine their compliance with the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and to review the accountability of the corporations to their shareholders.

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