22nd Alaska State Legislature
Representative Carl Morgan (R)
District 36 - Aniak



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State Capitol, Room 434
Juneau, AK 99801-1182
Phone: (907) 465-4527
Fax: (907) 465-2197
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Interim:
PO Box 243
Aniak, AK 99557
Phone: (907) 675-4413
Fax: (907) 694-0549

Tok District Office:
PO Box 789
Tok, AK 99780
Phone: (907) 883-2669
Fax: (907) 883-2679

Elected to the House: 1998, 2000

Staff

Linda Blefgen
Constituent Relations
465-4527 (Jan-May)
Lori Nottingham
Chief of Staff
465-6867 (Jan-May)
465-4527 (Jun-Dec)
Sue Stancliff
Legislative Assistant
883-2669

House Committee Memberships

Co-Chair:
Community & Regional Affairs Committee

Member:
Rules Committee
Special Committee on Economic Development, Trade & Tourism
Community & Economic Development Finance Subcommittee
Revenue Finance Subcommittee
Transportation & Public Facilities Finance Subcommittee

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Press Releases

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Legislation

Prime Sponsor of the Following Legislation

HB 285 : Alaska's State Song
An Act adding a second verse to the official Alaska state song.
| Sponsor Statement |

Legislation of Interest

HB 517 : Surplus/Obsolete State Property
Passed! Chapter 125 Session Law 2002
An Act relating to the disposition of obsolete or surplus state property.
| Sponsor Statement |

HJR 47 : Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel Requirements
Urging the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to provide maximum possible flexibility in application of low sulfur diesel fuel requirements to Alaska.
| Sponsor Statement |

Co-Sponsor of the Following Legislation

HB 8 : Legislative Road Development Task Force
An Act establishing the Legislative Road Development Task Force; and providing for an effective date.
| Sponsor Statement | Sectional Analysis |

HB 127 : Aircraft Emergency Equipment
Passed! Chapter 56 Session Law 2001
An Act relating to aviation and to emergency equipment to be carried on aircraft.

HB 171 : Alaska History Curriculum
An Act relating to a curriculum for Alaska history; and providing for an effective date.

HB 173 : Screening Newborns for Hearing Ability
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 tests; relating to insurance coverage for newborn and infant hearing screening; and providing for an effective date.

HB 218 : Boarding School Funding
An Act relating to funding for school districts operating secondary school boarding programs; and providing for an effective date.
| Sponsor Statement |

HB 241 : Rail and Utility Corridor to Canada
An Act relating to a railroad utility corridor for extension of the Alaska Railroad to Canada and to extension of the Alaska Railroad to Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada.
| Sponsor Statement |

HB 294 : Payment Date for Bills For Services
An Act requiring certain businesses to recognize postmark dates as the date of payment.
| Sponsor Statement |

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 495 : School Construction: Bonds/Financing Auth
An Act relating to financing school construction; relating to the public school trust fund; establishing the Education Facilities Financing Authority; and providing for an effective date.

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.

HJR 6 : Roadless Policy
Passed! Legislative Resolve 4
Relating to opposition to the inclusion of national forests in Alaska within former President Clinton's Roadless Area Conservation rule and supporting the overturning of this inclusion by litigation, by congressional action, or by action of President Bush.
| Sponsor Statement |

HJR 16 : Oppose Canadian Fee to Transport Firearms
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.

HJR 33 : Support War On Terrorism & Support Peace
Passed! Legislative Resolve 48
Expressing gratitude to President George W. Bush, to the President's cabinet, to the men and women of the United States armed forces, and to the United States Congress and declaring support for the war on terrorism and for the President's effort to support democracies and promote peace worldwide.
| Sponsor Statement |

HJR 45 : Salmon Labeling
Passed! Legislative Resolve 60
Relating to the labeling of salmon food products.

SB 79 : Fred Zharoff Memorial Bridge
Passed! Chapter 11 Session Law 2001
An Act naming the Fred Zharoff Memorial Bridge.
| Sponsor Statement |

SB 137 : Alaska Human Resource Investment Council
Passed! Chapter 102 Session Law 2001
An Act relating to the allocation of money appropriated to the Alaska Human Resource Investment Council; and providing for an effective date.
| Sponsor Statement |

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.
| Sponsor Statement |

SB 198 : Statewide Suicide Prevention Council
Passed! Chapter 84 Session Law 2001
An Act establishing the Statewide Suicide Prevention Council; and providing for an effective date.
| Sponsor Statement |

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.
| Sponsor Statement |



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