22nd Alaska State Legislature
Representative Andrew Halcro (R)
District 12 - Anchorage



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Anchorage, AK 99501
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Elected to the House: 1998, 2000

Staff

Kevin Hand 269-0244 (Jan-May)
Chris Knight 465-4939 (Jan-May)

House Committee Memberships

Vice-Chair:
Labor & Commerce Committee

Member:
Community & Regional Affairs Committee
Fiscal Policy Caucus
Administration Finance Subcommittee
Transportation & Public Finance Subcommittee
University of Alaska Finance Subcommittee

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Legislation

Prime Sponsor Legislation

HB 84 : Civil Liability for Emergency Aid
An Act relating to civil liability for emergency aid.
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HB 123 : Use of Bonuses Earned on State Travel
An Act relating to the use of frequent flyer miles or another bonus earned on travel paid for by the state.
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HB 124 : Nursing Home and Assisted Living Homes Employees and Visitors
An Act relating to criminal background checks that must be performed by nursing facilities and assisted living homes; prohibiting nursing facilities from employing persons with certain criminal backgrounds; prohibiting assisted living homes from employing or allowing the residence of persons with certain criminal backgrounds, with exceptions; relating to liability for acts or omissions in the licensing, monitoring, or supervision of assisted living homes; relating to assisted living homes and nursing facilities; and providing for an effective date.
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HB 152 : Brewpub Licenses
An Act relating to brewpub licenses; and providing for an effective date.
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HB 153 : Restaurant Liquor Licenses
An Act repealing a prohibition on the issuance of a restaurant or eating place license when the license applicant is a representative or owner of a certain type of business holding an alcoholic beverage license.

HJR 3 : Constitution Amendment: Session Limit/Interim Committee
Proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Alaska relating to terms of legislators, to meetings of legislative committees, and to the length of regular sessions of the legislature.
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Co-Sponsor Legislation

HB 13 : Municipal Service Areas
Passed! Chapter 31 Session Law 2001
An Act relating to municipal service areas and providing for voter approval of the formation, alteration, or abolishment of certain service areas.
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HB 24 : Borough Revenues for Tourism Marketing
Passed! Chapter 14 Session Law 2001
An Act relating to use of borough revenues from a sales tax levied upon room rentals for a tourism marketing campaign; and providing for an effective date.
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HB 36 : Enterprise Zones
An Act relating to enterprise zones.

HB 44 : Joe Redington Sr. Memorial Road
Passed! Chapter 1 Session Law 2001
An Act designating the Joe Redington, Sr., Memorial Trail.
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HB 100 : Juneteenth Day
Passed! Chapter 9 Session Law 2001
An Act establishing the third Saturday of each June as Juneteenth Day.
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HB 101 : Charter Schools
Passed! Chapter 70 Session Law 2001
An Act relating to charter schools; and providing for an effective date.
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HB 105 : Foundation Formula Increase
An Act relating to the base student allocation used in the formula for state funding of public education; and providing for an effective date.
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HB 171 : Alaska History Curriculum
An Act relating to a curriculum for Alaska history; and providing for an effective date.

HB 172 : Therapeutic Drug and Alcohol Courts
Passed! Chapter 64 Session Law 2001
An Act relating to therapeutic courts for offenders; to the authorized number of superior court judges; amending Rule 35, Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure; and providing for an effective date.
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HB 182 : Motor Vehicle Sales and Dealers
Passed! Chapter 79 Session Law 2002
An Act relating to certain vehicles, including motorcycles and trailers; relating to the registration, bonding, and other regulation of motor vehicle dealers; relating to the registration and other regulation of certain motor vehicle buyers' agents; relating to acts and transactions involving vehicles, including trailers, and to the acts and practices of certain persons and entities involved in vehicle transactions, including trailer transactions; relating to consumer protection for used vehicle buyers; amending Rule 3, Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure; and providing for an effective date.
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HB 225 : Alcoholic Beverage Tax
Passed! Chapter 116 Session Law 2002
An Act relating to state taxation of alcoholic beverages; and increasing the alcoholic beverage state tax rates.
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HB 272 : Tobacco Use Prevention Trust
An Act establishing an account in the general fund for smoking education and cessation funds; relating to the Alaska tobacco use education and cessation trust; repealing a provision of law relating to funds used for smoking education and cessation programs; and providing for an effective date.

HB 285 : Alaska's State Song
An Act adding a second verse to the official Alaska state song.
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HB 320 : Electronic Balloting Equipment
Passed! Chapter 6 Session Law 2002
An Act relating to the use of electronic balloting equipment.
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HB 448 : Telemarketers Phone Lists/Registration
An Act relating to establishing a data base of residential telephone customers who do not wish to receive telephonic solicitations, providing that the data base be compiled at no cost to the customers, requiring paid telephonic sellers to purchase the data base, requiring telephonic sellers to identify themselves, and requiring telephonic solicitors who are otherwise exempt from registration as telephone solicitors to file with the Department of Law and purchase the data base; and providing for an effective date.

HB 493 : Okay To Assign PFD To Nonprofit Corp
An Act relating to assignments of permanent fund dividends; and providing for an effective date.
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HCR 1 : Statewide Comprehensive Energy Plan Task Force
Relating to establishing a Task Force on a Statewide Comprehensive Energy Plan.

HCR 6 : Inhalants and Poisons Awareness Week
Passed! Legislative Resolve 11
Requesting the Governor to declare March 18 - 24, 2001, to be Inhalants and Poisons Awareness Week.

HCR 36 : Suspend Uniform Rules For SB 181
Passed! Legislative Resolve 80
Suspending Rules 24(c), 35, 41(b), and 42(e), Uniform Rules of the Alaska State Legislature, concerning Senate Bill No. 181, relating to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation's small community housing loan program and loans for teacher housing.

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SB 79 : Fred Zharoff Memorial Bridge
Passed! Chapter 11 Session Law 2001
An Act naming the Fred Zharoff Memorial Bridge.
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SB 145 : Village Public Safety Officer Program
Passed! Chapter 97 Session Law 2001
An Act relating to the expansion of the village public safety officer program to include the provision of probation and parole supervision services, and to retirement benefits for village public safety officers.
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SCR 28 : Joint Legis Salmon Industry Task Force
Passed! Legislative Resolve 53
Establishing the Joint Legislative Salmon Industry Task Force.
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SJR 10 : U.S. Coast Guard Funding
Passed! Legislative Resolve 19
Urging the United States Congress to fully fund the operational readiness and recapitalization requirements of the United States Coast Guard.
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SJR 14 : Oppose Canadian Fee to Transport Firearms
Passed! Legislative Resolve 18
Urging President Bush, the United States Department of State, and the United States Congress to intervene and negotiate with the government of Canada to reconsider the imposition of a fee to transport firearms through Canada.
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SJR 17 : Federal Gun Policies
Passed! Legislative Resolve 21
Relating to requesting that President Bush renounce and reverse Clinton Administration anti-gun-ownership policies and reorient the United States Department of Justice towards policies that accurately reflect the intent of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution to grant individual Americans the right to keep and bear arms.
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