Alaska State Legislature
2001 Audio Clip Archive




  1. House Speaker, Representative Brian Porter comments on the accomplishments of the first year of the 22nd legislative session., 05-08-01
    = Brian Porter, 71 K
  2. Senate President, Senator Rick Halford, expresses his surprise and disappointment with the Governor's timing and decision to call special session for apparent political gain., 05-08-01
    = Rick Halford, 80 K
  3. House Finance Co-Chair, Representative Eldon Mulder, explains that calling special session over the cruise ship bill is unnecessary and a waste of money., 05-08-01
    = Eldon Mulder, 110 K


  1. Senator Pete Kelly lists some of the $200 million dollars in rural needs that were met in the FY 02 Capital Budget passed by the Senate Tuesday., 05-02-01
    = Pete Kelly, 63 K
  2. Senator Kelly talks about efforts made to capture $642 million dollars in federal matching funds in the FY 02 Capital Budget., 05-02-01
    = Pete Kelly, 51 K
  3. Senator Kelly comments on efforts to beef up Alaska's Justice system. The FY 02 Capital Budget passed Tuesday includes money for prison facilities or design work in Kenai, Fairbanks, and Nome., 05-02-01
    = Pete Kelly, 93 K
  4. Representative Gary Stevens explains the situation that gave rise to the need for HB 194. The measure creates a legally defensible formula for non-resident commercial fishing permit fees. HB 194 passed the Senate unanimously Tuesday., 05-02-01
    = Gary Stevens, 64 K
  5. Rep. Stevens goes on the explain that HB 194 will not eliminate the state's obligation to repay Outside fishermen for some overcharging, but that the debt could drop significantly if courts let Alaska make non-resident fishermen share the cost of six specific categories of state spending., 05-02-01
    = Gary Stevens, 104 K
  6. Rep. Stevens describes his motivations for introducing HJR 26. The measure asks that federal research into Alaska's stellar sea lions be based in Alaska., 05-02-01
    = Gary Stevens, 60 K


  1. Representative Eldon Mulder speaks from the House Floor on the benefits of HB 260, just before the House voted to pass the bill. The measure puts in place the nation's most comprehensive cruise ship environmental protection legislation., 05-01-01
    = Eldon Mulder, 85 K
  2. Rep. Mulder declares that HB 260 sets the strictest wastewater discharge standards in the nation., 05-01-01
    = Eldon Mulder, 92 K
  3. Rep. Mulder explains at a post-session press conference how the public process and negotiations over the past week helped overcome initial fears that compromise on cruise ship legislation was not possible., 05-01-01
    = Eldon Mulder, 49 K
  4. Rep. Mulder credits Rep. Beth Kerttula's dogged negotions for making HB 260's passage possible., 05-01-01
    = Eldon Mulder, 34 K
  5. House Speaker, Representative Brian Porter acknowledges the efforts of different stakeholders whose cooperation and compromise were essential to HB 260's passage., 05-01-01
    = Brian Porter, 124 K

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