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22nd Alaska State Legislature
Senate Health, Education, and Social Services Committee
Senator Lyda Green, Chair



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State Capitol, Room 125
Juneau, AK 99801-1182
Phone: (907) 465-6600
Fax: (907) 465-3805


Interim:
600 E. Railroad Ave.
Wasilla, AK 99654-7035
Phone: (907) 376-3370
Fax: (907) 376-3157

Meets 1:30pm
Mon, Wed
Capitol Room 205

Staff

Janey Wineinger
Senate HESS Committee Aide
465-6600 (Jan-May)
376-3370 (Jun-Dec)

Committee Members

Chair:
Lyda Green  

Members:
Loren Leman, Vice-Chair Gary Wilken
Jerry Ward Bettye Davis

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Legislation

SB 112 : Long-Term Care Ombudsman; Mental Health Authority
Passed! Chapter 15 Session Law 2001
An Act placing certain employees of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority in the exempt service; establishing a minimum salary for the long term care ombudsman; and providing for an effective date.
| Sponsor Statement |

SB 133 : Public School Exit Exam
Passed! Chapter 94 Session Law 2001
An Act relating to a two-year transition for implementation of the public high school competency examination and to establishing a secondary student competency examination as a high school graduation requirement; relating to certain reports regarding academic performance of schools; and providing for an effective date.
| Sponsor Statement | Sectional Analysis [PDF] - 2 page(s) - 64 K |

SB 293 : Alaska Temporary Assistance Program
An Act relating to diversion payments, wage subsidies, cash assistance, and self- sufficiency services provided under the Alaska temporary assistance program; relating to the food stamp program; relating to child support cases that include persons who receive cash assistance or self-sufficiency services under the Alaska temporary assistance program; and providing for an effective date.

SB 342 : Long Term Care Ombudsman
An Act relating to the long term care ombudsman.
| Sponsor Statement |

SB 345 : Education Funding/Disabled/Correspondence
Passed Legislature! Transmitted to Governor
An Act relating to correspondence study programs; relating to funding the Alaska Challenge Youth Academy program; relating to medical assistance for rehabilitative services for certain children with disabilities; relating to agreements to pay medical assistance for covered services paid for or furnished to eligible children with disabilities by a school district; and providing for an effective date.
| Sponsor Statement |

SB 346 : School District Correspondence Study
An Act relating to statewide school district correspondence study and state supported home schooling programs.
| Sponsor Statement |
| Sen. Leman's letter to Comm. Holloway |
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SB 362 : Vacate RS2477 Right of Way on USS 5265
An Act relating to rights-of-way.

SCR 7 : Health Care Cost Review Task Force
Establishing a Health Care Cost Review Task Force.
| Sponsor Statement |

SCR 13 : Suspend Uniform Rules for HB 203
Suspending Rules 24(c), 35, 41(b), and 42(e), Uniform Rules of the Alaska State Legislature, concerning House Bill No. 203, making an appropriation for a study of school district cost factors.

SCR 19 : Suspend Uniform Rules for HB 115
Passed! Legislative Resolve 34
Suspending Rules 24(c), 35, 41(b), and 42(e), Uniform Rules of the Alaska State Legislature, concerning House Bill No. 115, relating to the definition of 'mental health professional' for certain mental health proceedings and treatments; relating to the services of certain medical professionals in civil proceedings for the commitment of certain intoxicated persons; allowing a physician assistant or advanced nurse practitioner to certify the need for emergency treatment as a result of intoxication.

SCR 21 : In-State Treatment For Disturbed Children
Passed! Legislative Resolve 51
Supporting the development of adequate in-state treatment capacity for severely disturbed children.
| Sponsor Statement |

SJR 21 : Extend Federal TANF Grants
Passed! Legislative Resolve 35
Urging the United States Congress to extend the authorization date for supplemental block grants to the State of Alaska under the Federal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families Program.
| Sponsor Statement |

SJR 26 : Federal Aid for Special Education
Urging the President and the Congress to provide additional funding for special education services.
| Sponsor Statement |

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