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House Bills 1 - 100 Alaska State Legislature

HB 1 : Stalking & Protective Orders
Signed into Law! Chapter 87 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Harry Crawford, Rep. Cheryll Heinze

An Act relating to stalking and to violating a protective order; and amending Rules 4 and 65, Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure, and Rule 9, Alaska Rules of Administration.

06-13-03 : Governor Murkowski signed HB 1 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Cheryll Heinze (R-Anchorage) and Rep. Harry Crawford (D-Anchorage), HB 1 allows the victims of stalking to seek and obtain a protective order in cases of stalking that are not crimes involving domestic violence. The bill streamlines the process for public safety and judicial practitioners by harmonizing the arrest and notification procedures to mirror those already in place for domestic violence situations. The bill adds the crime of violation of a child protective order and of a violation of a stalking protective order; these changes also reflect existing practitioner procedures.

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HB 2 : Civil Statute Of Limitations/Sex Offenses
Signed into Law! Chapter 40 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer

An Act relating to the statute of limitations for certain civil actions; and providing for an effective date.

06-05-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 2 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer, HB 2 establishes the civil statute of limitations at three years for misdemeanor sexual assault, misdemeanor sexual abuse of a minor, incest, and felony indecent exposure. Under HB 2, Unlawful Exploitation of a Minor, a class B felony, is added to the list of sexual assault crimes in which the civil statute of limitations is removed.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 3 : Public School Scoliosis Exam
Sponsored by Rep. Harry Crawford

An Act relating to testing public and private school students for abnormal spinal curvature.

HB 4 : Expand Public Correctional Facilities
Sponsored by Rep. Harry Crawford

An Act relating to publicly owned correctional facilities.

HB 5 : Insurance Discrimination By Credit Rating
Sponsored by Rep. Harry Crawford

An Act prohibiting discrimination by credit rating or credit scoring in insurance rates; and providing for an effective date.

HB 6 : Political Activity By Classified Employee
Sponsored by Rep. Harry Crawford

An Act repealing a prohibition against classified state employees participating in management of political parties.

HB 7 : Minimum Wage: Health Care Deduction
Sponsored by Rep. Harry Crawford

An Act allowing an employee's wage to be reduced below the minimum wage to provide adequate health care.

HB 8 : Telemarketers Phone Lists/Registration
Sponsored by Rep. Harry Crawford

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 telephonic solicitors to file with the Department of Law and purchase the data base; and providing for an effective date.

HB 9 : Home Inspectors/Contractors
Signed into Law! Chapter 134 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Norman Rokeberg

An Act relating to the registration of individuals who perform home inspections; relating to regulation of contractors; relating to registration fees for specialty contractors, home inspectors, and associate home inspectors; relating to home inspection requirements for residential loans purchased or approved by the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation; relating to civil actions by and against home inspectors and to civil actions arising from residential unit inspections; and providing for an effective date.

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| Sectional Analysis |

HB 10 : Group Health Insurance For Private Groups
Passed Legislature! Await Transmit to Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Cheryll Heinze, Rep. Norman Rokeberg

An Act amending the definition of group health insurance, and allowing the Department of Administration to obtain a policy or policies of group health care insurance for employers that are small businesses, nonprofit organizations, special services organizations, or small associations for insurance purposes; and providing for an effective date.

Version: SCS CS HB10 (FIN)
Contact: John Bittner, 465-4930
Action: 05-08-04: Passed the Senate

House Bill 10 moved out of the Senate State Affairs Committee on Saturday. Sponsored by Rep. Cheryll Heinze (R-Anchorage) and Rep. Norman Rokeberg (R-Anchorage), HB 10 allows small businesses, nonprofit organizations, special services organizations, small associations, or self-employed individuals to create associations that can participate in group health insurance plans. These entities can then purchase health insurance coverage for their employees. HB 10 moves to the Senate Labor and Commerce Committee. Amended to make date current.

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| Sectional Analysis |

HB 11 : Deposits To The Permanent Fund
Signed into Law! Chapter 22 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Norman Rokeberg

An Act relating to deposits to the Alaska permanent fund from mineral lease rentals, royalties, royalty sale proceeds, net profit shares under AS 38.05.180(f) and (g), federal mineral revenue sharing payments received by the state from mineral leases, and bonuses received by the state from mineral leases, and limiting deposits from those sources to the 25 percent required under art. IX, sec. 15, Constitution of the State of Alaska; and providing for an effective date.

05-17-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 11 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Norman Rokeberg (R-Anchorage), HB 11 changes the statute that directs 50-percent of Alaska's mineral revenues to the Permanent Fund and returns the amount to the constitutionally required 25-percent.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 12 : Harassment By Electronic Communication
Signed into Law! Chapter 13 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer

An Act relating to harassment.

05-01-03 : Governor Frank Murkowski signed House Bill 12 into law on Thursday. Sponsored by Representative Kevin Meyer (R-Anchorage), House Bill 12 adds obscene email and email that threatens physical injury or sexual contact to the legal definition of harassment.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 13 : Successor Liability For Product Liability
Sponsored by Rep. Norman Rokeberg

An Act declaring legislative intent to reject the continuity of enterprise exception to the doctrine of successor liability adopted in Savage Arms, Inc. v. Western Auto Supply, 18 P.3d 49 (Alaska 2001), as it relates to products liability; providing that a successor corporation or other business entity that acquires assets of a predecessor corporation or other business entity is subject to liability for harm to persons or property caused by a defective product sold or otherwise distributed commercially by the predecessor only if the acquisition is accompanied by an agreement for the successor to assume the liability, results from a fraudulent conveyance to escape liability for the debts or liabilities of the predecessor, constitutes a consolidation or merger with the predecessor, or results in the successor's becoming a continuation of the predecessor; defining 'business entity' that acquires assets to include a sole proprietorship; and applying this Act to the sale, lease, exchange, or other disposition of assets by a corporation, a limited liability company, a partnership, a limited liability partnership, a limited partnership, a sole proprietorship, or other business entity that occurs on or after the effective date of this Act.

04-02-03 : House Bill 13 moved out of the House Labor and Commerce Committee on Wednesday. Sponsored by Rep. Norman Rokeberg (R-Anchorage), HB 13 specifically addresses successor liability as it relates to products liability. The bill allows a purchasing company to have the same products liability as the selling company only when: (1) the successor expressly assumed the liability; (2) the transfer was a fraudulent conveyance; (3) the transfer constituted a consolidation or merger; or (4) the transfer was a mere continuation of the predecessor.
HB 13 moves to the House Judiciary Committee.

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HB 14 : Permanent Fund Allowable Absences
Signed into Law! Chapter 116 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Hugh Fate

An Act relating to an absence from the state while providing care for a terminally ill grandparent for purposes of determining eligibility for a permanent fund dividend; and providing for an effective date.

06-18-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 14 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Hugh "Bud" Fate (R-Fairbanks), HB 14 expands the legal definition of a family to include grandparents. This addition allows Alaskans to leave state for an extended amount of time to provide care for terminally ill grandparents without fear of losing eligibility for the permanent fund dividend.

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HB 15 : Telemarketers No-Call Lists
Passed Legislature! Await Transmit to Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Hugh Fate

An Act relating to establishing the Alaska No-Call List, 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; requiring telephonic solicitors who are otherwise exempt from registration as telephonic solicitors to file with the Department of Law and purchase the data base; and providing for an effective date.

Version: SCS CS HB 15 JUD
Contact: Jim Pound, 465-6541
Action: 05-07-04: (S)FIN (S)RLS

Committee Substitute for HB 15 gives the Department of Law the authority to require telemarketers to register, pay fees and face penalties for non-compliance, defines groups which will be exempt from the law and brings Alaska law in-line with Federal Regulations. Minor language changes in Finance.

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HB 16 : Stranded Gas Development Act Amendments
Signed into Law! Chapter 4 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Hugh Fate

An Act amending the standards applicable to determining whether, for purposes of the Alaska Stranded Gas Development Act, a proposed new investment constitutes a qualified project, and repealing the deadline for applications relating to the development of contracts for payments in lieu of taxes and for royalty adjustments that may be submitted for consideration under that Act; and providing for an effective date.

04-09-03 : Governor Murkowski signed House Bill 16 into law on Wednesday. Sponsored by Rep. Hugh "Bud" Fate (R-Fairbanks), HB 16 expands the areas of potential gas exploration and development that fall under the Act. Currently, the statute only qualifies natural gas projects that export the gas in liquefied form. HB 16 would allow gas development and transportation in any form and does not specify a pipeline route. HB 16 also extends the June 30, 2001 deadline to March 31, 2005 to allow the state and producers to begin new contract negotiations.

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HB 17 : Jury Trial For Ending Parental Rights
Sponsored by Rep. John Coghill

An Act relating to the right to demand a jury trial in certain cases involving termination of parental rights; amending Rules 18(e) and 18(g), Alaska Child in Need of Aid Rules of Procedure.

HB 18 : Parental Liability For Child's Damage
Signed into Law! Chapter 94 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer

An Act relating to the liability of parents and legal guardians of minors who destroy property.

06-16-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 18 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer (R-Anchorage), HB 18 changes the limit on recovery of property damaged by a minor. HB 18 will allow for a person, municipal corporation, association, village, school district, or religious or charitable organization to recover up to $25,000 from parents or guardians of a minor who knowingly destroys property.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 19 : Education Funding
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

An Act relating to appropriations for operating expenses for primary and secondary public education; and providing for an effective date.

04-03-03 : House Bill 19 moved out of the House Special Committee on Education on Thursday. Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens (R-Kodiak), HB 19 would let school districts know the amount of state aide they will be receiving for the succeeding school year by April 1st of each calendar year. That deadline gives the school districts one month before they file their funding requests to their municipal government on May 1st.
HB 19 moves to the House Health, Education, and Social Services Committee.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 20 : Reemployment Of Retired Teachers
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

An Act relating to reemployment of and benefits for retired teachers and principals, including those who participated in retirement incentive programs, and to the employment as teachers of members of the public employees' retirement system who participated in a retirement incentive program; and providing for an effective date.

03-06-03 : House Bill 20 moved out of the House State Affairs Committee on Thursday. Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens (R-Kodiak), HB 20 gives public schools that are experiencing a shortage of education professionals the option of reemploying teachers and principals who retired under a Retirement Incentive Program. Those reemployed under this provision will not be required to pay back their retirement incentive and can elect to either continue receiving retirement benefits or accrue new Teacher Retirement System credited service during the re-hire period. HB 20 moves to the House Rules Committee.

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HB 21 : Medicaid For Breast & Cervical Cancer
Sponsored by Rep. Beth Kerttula, Rep. Mary Kapsner, Rep. Sharon Cissna

An Act relating to an optional group of persons eligible for medical assistance who require treatment for breast or cervical cancer.

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 1 Page - 83 KB]

HB 22 : Commercial Fishing Permit Brokers
Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch

An Act relating to commercial fishing permit brokers; and providing for an effective date.

05-16-03 : House Bill 22 moved out of the House Special Committee on Fisheries on Friday. Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch (R-Juneau), HB 22 requires licensing and a bond established through the Department of Community & Economic Development for fish quota brokers. HB 22 moves to the House Resources Committee.

| Sponsor Statement |
| Sectional Analysis |

HB 23 : Restitution For Crime Victims
Signed into Law! Chapter 26 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch

An Act relating to court-ordered restitution and compensation following a criminal conviction.

05-28-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 23 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch (R-Juneau), HB 23 enables the court to consider documented volunteer labor as a factor in the process of determining restitution.

| Sponsor Statement |
| Sectional Analysis |

HB 24 : Agreements On Management Of Fish And Game
Signed into Law! Chapter 95 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch, Rep. Jim Whitaker

An Act relating to intergovernmental agreements regarding management of fish or game.

06-16-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 24 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch (R-Juneau) and Rep. Jim Whitaker (R-Fairbanks), HB 24 requires intergovernmental agreements with the federal government for fish and wildlife management to not cede state management authority. HB 24 also requires that any such agreement be void on July 1, 2004.

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| Sectional Analysis |

HB 25 : Health Care Services Directives
Passed Legislature! Await Transmit to Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch

An Act relating to health care decisions, including do not resuscitate orders and the donation of body parts, and to powers of attorney relating to health care, including the donation of body parts; and providing for an effective date.

Version: SCS HB 25 (JUD)
Contact: Linda Sylvester, 465-4963
Action: 05-02-04: Passed the Senate

HB 25 offers a comprehensive simplified alternative to the power of attorney enacted in Alaska in 1996 relating to health care services and directives for the terminally ill patient. Five simple directives request the patient's comprehensive details and instructions should they become incapacitated. These Five Wishes are: the person I want to make care decisions for me when I can't; the kind of medical treatment I want or don't want; how comfortable I want to be; how I want other people to treat me; and what I want my loved ones to know. Amended to provide guidelines for surrogate in DNR decisions and life sustaining procedures and refined DNR qualifications.

| Sponsor Statement |
| Sectional Analysis | [PDF - 18 Pages - 216 KB]

HB 26 : Increase Education Funding
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

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 27 : Increase DWI Penalties
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act relating to driving while intoxicated; and providing for an effective date.

HB 28 : Oil & Gas Royalty Modification
Signed into Law! Chapter 72 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Vic Kohring, Rep. Norman Rokeberg

An Act relating to adjustments to royalty reserved to the state to encourage otherwise uneconomic production of oil and gas; and providing for an effective date.

06-11-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 28 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Vic Kohring (R-Wasilla) and Rep. Norman Rokeberg (R-Anchorage), HB 28 provides a more flexible method to calculate oil and gas royalties so that the State can encourage production of oil and gas fields that might be marginal or not economically feasible under the current system.

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HB 29 : Real Property Transactions
Passed Legislature! Await Transmit to Gov. Sponsored by Rep. Norman Rokeberg

An Act relating to representatives of buyers and sellers in real property transactions.

Version: SCS CS SS HB 29 (JUD)
Contact: Amanda Wilson, 465-4968
Action: 05-10-04: Passed the Senate

This legislation informs and protects consumers and assists the commerce of our state. It will shield the public from vicarious liability inherent in our current law and protects small brokers in small communities. This bill is fully endorsed by the real estate community. Amended to allow an exemption for entities that 1) are businesses, 2) worth over $2 mil, AND 3) the business requests the exemption. Also, government agencies and corporations that issue publicly traded securities are exempt. The purpose of SSHB 29 is to protect consumers who are unsophisticated when it comes to buying real estate. The entities exempted by this amendment are not unsophisticated when it comes to real estate transactions, and therefore should be allowed an exemption. Several substantive amendments were made in committee. Awaiting Legislative Legal's draft.

| Sponsor Statement |
| Sectional Analysis | [PDF - 3 pages - 300 KB]

HB 30 : Teacher Loan Assumption Program
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

An Act relating to the Alaska teacher recruitment loan assumption program; and providing for an effective date.

HB 31 : Initiative/Referendum Petitions
Passed Legislature! Await Transmit to Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Bill Williams

An Act relating to initiative and referendum petitions; and providing for an effective date.

Version: HB 31
Contact: Tim Barry, 465-3424
Action: 05-08-04: Passed the Senate Notice of Recon.

HB 31 changes the requirement for initiative sponsors to obtain the minimum of one signature from residents of at least two-thirds of the House Districts in the State of Alaska (27 districts) to three-quarters of the House Districts (30 districts). HB 31 also requires the total number of signatures in each district to amount to at least seven-percent of the total number of votes cast in that district in the most recent election. The total number of signatures required will remain at ten percent of the votes cast in the most recent election. HB 31 is a constitutional amendment and therefore will face a vote of the people.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 32 : Uniform Prescription Drug Card
Sponsored by Rep. John Coghill

An Act relating to a health insurance uniform prescription drug information card; and providing for an effective date.

05-07-03 : House Bill 32 moved out of the House Labor and Commerce Committee on Wednesday. Sponsored by Rep. John Coghill (R-North Pole), HB 32 implements uniform prescription card to expedite the amount of time a pharmacy technician spends gathering necessary information from the insurance company in order to process the insurance claim.
HB 32 moves to the House Health, Education, and Social Services Committee.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 33 : Student Loan Forgiveness For Teachers
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

An Act relating to forgiveness of certain student loans; and providing for an effective date.

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HB 34 : Repeal Sunset Of Negotiated Regulation Making
Signed into Law! Chapter 44 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Jim Holm

An Act relating to negotiated regulation making; and providing for an effective date.

06-06-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 34 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Jim Holm (R-Fairbanks), HB 34 repeals the July 1st, 2003 sunset date on Negotiated Regulation Making.

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HB 35 : Alcoholic Beverage Tax For Wine Producers
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

An Act relating to a reduction in the state alcoholic beverage tax for certain small domestic wine producers.

HB 36 : Electronic Mail
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Les Gara

An Act relating to electronic mail activities and making certain electronic mail activities unfair methods of competition or unfair or deceptive acts or practices under the Act enumerating unfair trade practices and consumer protections.

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 1 Page - 18 KB]

HB 37 : Extend State Medical/Nursing/Midwives Boards
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act extending the termination date of the Board of Certified Direct-Entry Midwives, the State Medical Board, and the Board of Nursing; and relating to an exemption that allows one bill to continue more than one board, commission, or agency program.

HB 38 : Municipal Merger And Consolidation
Sponsored by Rep. Jim Whitaker

An Act relating to mergers and consolidations of municipalities.

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HB 39 : University Of Alaska Tuition
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act relating to tuition at the University of Alaska.

HB 40 : Requirements For Driver's License
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act relating to issuance of a driver's license.

Version: CS HB 40 (STA)
Contact: Jay Griffin , 465-4931
Action: 04-29-04: (H)STA (H)FIN

HB 40 adds a qualification that an alien must be legally in the United States to obtain an Alaska driver's license. Amended to not require renewals to prove residency and allows for aliens who have applied for amnesty to receive licenses.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 41 : Political Party Reporting Requirements
Sponsored by Rep. Les Gara

An Act relating to reporting of donations to and money or other donations spent, given, or paid by political parties.

HB 42 : Pupil\Teacher Ratio In Public Schools
Sponsored by Rep. Beth Kerttula

An Act imposing a maximum pupil-teacher ratio in public schools; and providing for an effective date.

HB 43 : State Employee Dependents Daycare Centers
Sponsored by Rep. Beth Kerttula

An Act relating to child care services; and providing for an effective date.

HB 44 : Use Of Headlights Required
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

An Act relating to the use of headlights when operating a motor vehicle.

HB 45 : Second Verse Of Alaska's State Song
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch

An Act adding a second verse to the official Alaska state song.

05-01-03 : House Bill 45 moved out of the Senate State Affairs Committee on Thursday. Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch (R-Juneau), HB 45 would officially add a second verse to the Alaska state song to celebrate the contributions of the Native culture and highlight the dignity of diverse cultures. HB 45 moves to the Senate Finance Committee.

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HB 46 : Primary Election Ballots
Signed into Law! Chapter 96 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Mike Hawker

An Act relating to ballots.

06-16-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 46 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Mike Hawker (R-Anchorage), HB 46 instructs the Director of the Division of Elections to offer voters in primary elections the choice of a separate ballot presenting only the ballot titles and propositions for voting. HB 46 does not change the closed-primary system. HB 46 offers voters the additional choice of a "no-party," "issues-only" ballot.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 47 : Insurance Discrimination By Credit Rating
Sponsored by Rep. Mike Chenault

An Act prohibiting discrimination by credit rating or credit scoring in certain insurance rates; and providing for an effective date.

04-10-03 : House Bill 47 moved out of the House State Affairs Committee on Thursday. Sponsored by Rep. Mike Chenault (R-Nikiski/Ninilchik/Sterling), HB 47 prohibits insurers or underwriters to base insurance rates on a person's credit rating.
HB 47 moves to the House Labor and Commerce Committee.

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HB 48 : Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge
Sponsored by Rep. Norman Rokeberg

An Act relating to public rights-of-way and easements for surface transportation affecting the Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge.

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HB 49 : Expand DNA Database
Signed into Law! Chapter 88 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson, Rep. Mike Hawker

An Act relating to the DNA identification registration system; and providing for an effective date.

06-13-03 : Governor Murkowski signed HB 49 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson (R-Anchorage) and Rep. Mike Hawker (R-Anchorage), HB 49 requires all convicted felons and sexual offenders, including those in custody, to submit DNA samples to the Alaska State Database. Juveniles adjudicated and in custody on the same offenses must also submit samples to the database.

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HB 50 : Display Of U.S. Flag At Polling Place
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act relating to the size of national flag to be displayed at polling places.

HB 51 : Labeling Of Prescribed Drugs
Passed Legislature! Await Transmit to Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton

An Act requiring pharmacists to include generic drug information on containers in which brand-name prescription drug orders are dispensed.

Version: CS HB 51 (HES)
Contact: Chris Knight, 465-6867
Action: 05-08-03: Passed the Senate

House Bill 51 moved out of the Senate Labor and Commerce Committee on Tuesday. Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton (R-Homer), HB 51 requires pharmacists to include the generic drug name on containers of a brand name drug. The requirement aims inform people of a brand name drug's generic name and prevent them from mistakenly overdosing on the same drug. House Bill 51 awaits assignment to its next Senate committee.

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HB 52 : Sex Crime And Pornography Forfeitures
Signed into Law! Chapter 41 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Lesil McGuire

An Act relating to the forfeiture of property used to possess or distribute child pornography, to commit indecent viewing or photography, to commit a sex offense, or to solicit the commission of, attempt to commit, or conspire to commit possession or distribution of child pornography, indecent viewing or photography, or a sexual offense.

06-05-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 52 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Lesil McGuire (R-Anchorage), HB 52 will give courts additional punitive sentencing options against sexual predators and award forfeited computer technology to law enforcement agencies for ongoing monitoring operations. HB 52 also makes providing billing services for a child pornography website a felony.

| Sponsor Statement |
| Sectional Analysis |

HB 53 : Parent Liability For Damage By Child
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act relating to recovery of civil damages by a school district from the parents or legal guardian of a minor; and providing for an effective date.

HB 54 : Assault On School Employees/Clergy
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act relating to the crime of assault.

HB 55 : Correctional Facilities
Sponsored by Rep. Mike Hawker, Rep. Norman Rokeberg

An Act expressing legislative intent regarding privately operated correctional facility space and services; relating to the development and financing of privately operated correctional facility space and services; authorizing the Department of Corrections to enter into an agreement for the confinement and care of prisoners in privately operated correctional facility space; authorizing the Department of Corrections to enter into agreements with municipalities to expand existing correctional facilities; and providing for an effective date.

04-10-03 : House Bill 55 moved out of the House State Affairs Committee on Thursday. Sponsored by Rep. Mike Hawker (R-Anchorage) and Rep. Norman Rokeberg (R-Anchorage), HB 55 authorizes the Department of Corrections to enter into agreement with the City of Whittier for a 1,200-bed medium security correctional facility and services for a period of 25 years. The facility shall be constructed and operated by third-party contractors procured through a competitive bid process.
HB 55 moves to the House Finance Committee.

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| Opinion-Editorial |

HB 56 : Unfair Trade Practices Atty Fees/Costs
Passed Legislature! Await Transmit to Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Les Gara

An Act relating to the attorney fees and costs awarded in certain court actions relating to unfair trade practices; and, if considered court rule changes, amending Rules 54(d), 79, and 82, Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure.

Version: CS HB 56 (L&C)
Contact: Cindy Smith, 465-2647
Action: 05-09-04: Passed the Senate

This bill provides the state with a needed tool to fight consumer fraud more effectively. HB 56 allows the state to recover its full enforcement, investigation and court cost if it prevails in a consumer protection action.

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 1 Page - 18 KB]

HB 57 : Royalty Gas Contracts
Signed into Law! Chapter 58 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Mike Chenault

An Act amending the manner of determining the royalty received by the state on gas production as it relates to the manufacture of certain value-added products.

06-11-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 57 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Mike Chenault (R-Nikiski/Ninilchik/Sterling), HB 57 gives the Commissioner of Natural Resources authority to negotiate royalty contracts on natural gas and includes manufacturers in the negotiating process.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 58 : Reinstatement Of Native Corporations
Signed into Law! Chapter 7 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Richard Foster

An Act relating to the reinstatement of Native corporations; and providing for an effective date.

04-14-03 : Governor Murkowski signed House Bill 58 into law on Monday. Sponsored by Rep. Richard Foster (D-Nome), HB 58 would offer a one-time window for previously dissolved Native Village Corporations to apply for reinstatement and retain their legal standing and assets.

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HB 59 : Cleanup Of Illegal Drug Sites
Signed into Law! Chapter 142 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Jim Holm

An Act relating to the evaluation and cleanup of sites where certain controlled substances may have been manufactured or stored; and providing for an effective date.

07-18-03 : Governor Murkowski signed HB 59 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Jim Holm (R-Fairbanks), HB 59 will require the property owner to clean up hazardous materials when law enforcement agencies discover an illegal drug lab. The owner must provide test results that show the levels of contamination to be below Department of Environmental Conservation limits (DEC) before the property can be used again. The DEC or a law enforcement entity will provide cleanup guidelines, testing procedures and a list of laboratories for testing the property to the property owner. Future property buyers must be notified of the previous presence of a lab on the property.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 60 : Construction Of Legislative Hall
Sponsored by Rep. Norman Rokeberg

An Act relating to construction of a legislative hall.

| Sponsor Statement |
| Sectional Analysis |

HB 61 : Oil & Gas Tax Credit For Exploration/Development
Signed into Law! Chapter 61 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Mike Chenault

An Act establishing an exploration and development incentive tax credit for persons engaged in the exploration for and development of less than 150 barrels of oil or of gas for sale and delivery without reference to volume from a lease or property in the state; and providing for an effective date.

06-11-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 61 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Mike Chenault (R-Nikiski/Ninilchik/Sterling), HB 61 creates a new income tax credit for exploration and development of natural gas reserves south of the Brooks Range.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 62 : Adoption Of Safety Codes
Sponsored by Rep. John Harris

An Act relating to construction, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, fire safety, and other safety codes adopted by state agencies and municipalities; and providing for an effective date.

HB 63 : Special Election For U.S. Senate Vacancy
Sponsored by Rep. Ethan Berkowitz

An Act relating to filling the vacancy in the office of United States Senator.

HB 64 : Purchase Of Structured Settlements
Signed into Law! Chapter 21 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Richard Foster

An Act relating to court approval of the purchase of structured settlements.

05-14-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 64 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Richard Foster (D-Nome), HB 64 allows the reassignment of structured settlements only after courts approve the measure. HB 64 also outlines what considerations must be made before such transfers are approved. HB 64 ensures village residents understand the implications of selling structured settlements before they agree to the transaction.

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HB 65 : Importing Alcohol To Dry Village
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act relating to forfeiture of a motor vehicle, airplane, or vessel for illegal transportation of alcohol.

HB 66 : Pawnbrokers/Secondhand Dealers
Sponsored by Rep. Ralph Samuels

An Act relating to certain persons who buy and sell secondhand articles, to certain persons who lend money on secondhand articles, and to certain persons who seek or receive loans on secondhand articles.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 67 : Construction Of Highways By DOTPF
Sponsored by Rep. Jim Holm

An Act relating to construction of highways by the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.

02-20-03 : House Bill 67 moved out of the House Transportation Committee on Thursday. Sponsored by Rep. Jim Holm (R-Fairbanks), HB 67 ensures that the state funds projects that cost more than $250,000 through the competitive bid process and funds projects that cost less than that amount with force accounts. To save the state money, HB 67 also assigns more routine maintenance of projects to the private contractor. HB 67 moves to the House Finance Committee.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 68 : Office Of Victims' Rights: Include Munis.
Signed into Law! Chapter 6 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Ralph Samuels

An Act relating to the office of victims' rights.

04-14-03 : Governor Murkowski signed House Bill 68 into law on Monday. Sponsored by Rep. Ralph Samuels (R-Anchorage), HB 68 clarifies that municipalities be specifically included in the definition of a justice agency to help the Office of Victims' Rights act on behalf of the victims it represents.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 69 : Regulation Of Shallow Natural Gas
Signed into Law! Chapter 45 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Vic Kohring

An Act relating to regulation of shallow natural gas leasing and closely related energy projects; and providing for an effective date.

06-06-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 69 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Vic Kohring (R-Wasilla), HB 69 ensures that the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has the authority and discretion necessary to regulate shallow gas drilling while also providing for human safety and environmental protection.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 70 : Bonds Of Bond Bank Authority
Sponsored by the Hou. Rules Committee
Requested by Gov. Frank Murkowski

An Act relating to revenue bonds issued by the Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority and the total amount of bonds and notes outstanding of that authority; and providing for an effective date.

| Bill Backup: Deven Mitchell @ 465-3750 |
| Gov's Transmittal Letter |

HB 71 : Extend Board Of Midwives
Signed into Law! Chapter 16 SLA 03
Sponsored by the Hou. State Affairs Committee

An Act extending the termination date of the Board of Certified Direct-Entry Midwives.

05-09-03 : The Alaska State Governor signed into law House Bill 71 on Friday. Sponsored by the House State Affairs Committee, HB 71 extends the Board of Midwives until June 30, 2007. Otherwise, the board terminates June 30, 2003 and must conclude its administrative operations within the following year. The board serves both to make sure people practicing midwifery are aware of the level of experience and education expected of them and to hold them accountable to an established standard of care.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 72 : Board Of Regents Qualifications
Sponsored by Rep. David Guttenberg

An Act relating to the qualifications and appointment of members of the Board of Regents of the University of Alaska; and providing for an effective date.

Version: CS HB 72 (HES)
Contact: Jeff Thormodsgaard, 465-4457
Action: 04-27-04: (H)HES (H)RLS

An Act relating to the qualifications and appointment of members of the Board of Regents of the University of Alaska; and providing for an effective date. Conceptual amendment offered in committee.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 73 : Extend State Medical Board
Sponsored by Rep. Nancy Dahlstrom

An Act extending the termination date of the State Medical Board.

02-27-03 : House Bill 73 moved out of the House Finance Committee on Thursday. Sponsored by Rep. Nancy Dahlstrom (R-Government Hill/Eagle River), HB 73 extends the State Medical Board until June 30, 2011. Otherwise the board terminates June 30, 2003. The board establishes the minimum education and work experience requirements that individuals must meet to become licensed physicians, osteopaths, podiatrists, paramedics, and physician assistants. The board also investigates complaints against licensed professionals and takes disciplinary licensing action when appropriate. HB 73 moves to the House Rules Committee.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 74 : Extend Board Of Nursing
Signed into Law! Chapter 2 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Nancy Dahlstrom

An Act extending the termination date of the Board of Nursing.

03-27-03 : Governor Murkowski signed House Bill 74 into law on Thursday. Sponsored by Rep. Nancy Dahlstrom (R-Government Hill/Eagle River), HB 74 Extends the Board of Nursing to June 30, 2007. Otherwise the board would have terminated on June 30, 2003. The board establishes the minimum education and work experience requirements that individuals must meet to become licensed nurses or certified nursing aides. The board also investigates complaints against licensed professionals and takes disciplinary licensing action when appropriate.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 75 : Appropriations: Operating Budget/Loans/Funds
Signed into Law! Chapter 83 SLA 03
Sponsored by the Hou. Rules Committee
Requested by Gov. Frank Murkowski

An Act making appropriations for the operating and loan program expenses of state government, for certain programs, and to capitalize funds; making appropriations under art. IX, sec. 17(c), Constitution of the State of Alaska, from the constitutional budget reserve fund; and providing for an effective date.

05-21-03 : The Alaska State Senate approved conference committee version of House Bill 75 by a vote of 12 to eight and the Alaska House of Representatives approved the conference committee version of HB 75 by a vote of 28 to nine on Wednesday. Sponsored by the House Rules Committee on request of the governor, HB 75 is the operating budget for Fiscal Year 2004.
HB 75 moves to the Governor.

| Gov's Transmittal Letter |

HB 76 : Appropriations: Mental Health Budget
Signed into Law! Chapter 84 SLA 03
Sponsored by the Hou. Rules Committee
Requested by Gov. Frank Murkowski

An Act making appropriations for the operating expenses of the state's integrated comprehensive mental health program; and providing for an effective date.

05-21-03 : The Alaska State Senate approved the conference committee version of House Bill 76 by a vote of 20 to zero and the Alaska House of Representatives approved the conference committee version of HB 76 by a vote of 33 to four on Wednesday. Sponsored by the House Rules Committee on request of the governor, HB 76 contains the operating expenses for the state's integrated comprehensive mental health program.
HB 76 moves to Conference Committee.

| Gov's Transmittal Letter |

HB 77 : Right To Leave Car Running
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act allowing certain motor vehicles to be operated while unattended.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 78 : Unified Permit Application
Sponsored by Rep. Beth Kerttula

An Act relating to adoption and use of a unified permit application form by the natural resource agencies; and repealing the Environmental Procedures Coordination Act.

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 1 Page - 79 KB]

HB 79 : AK Regional Economic Assistance Program
Signed into Law! Chapter 110 SLA 03
Sponsored by the Hou. State Affairs Committee

An Act extending the termination date of the Alaska regional economic assistance program; and providing for an effective date.

06-16-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 79 into law. Sponsored by the House Community and Regional Affairs Committee, HB 79 extends the Alaska Regional Development Organizations (ARDOR) Program until June 1, 2008. Otherwise, the board terminates June 1, 2003. The ARDOR Program creates regional entities that improve the local economy and eliminate region-wide economic development barriers. Currently 13 ARDOR's exist. They enable local officials and businesses to pool their limited resources and work together on economic development issues; develop partnerships among public, private, and other organizations; and provide needed technical assistance via direct links with local citizens.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 80 : Prohibit Soft Drinks In School
Sponsored by Rep. Mary Kapsner

An Act prohibiting sales of certain soft drinks in public schools.

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 1 Page - 5 KB]

HB 81 : Motor Vehicle Emissions Inspection
Signed into Law! Chapter 97 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer

An Act relating to motor vehicle emissions; and providing for an effective date.

06-16-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 81 into law. HB 81, sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer (R-Anchorage), streamlines existing motor vehicle emission statutes to improve compliance and enforcement, provide consistency between the departments that oversee emission programs and registration of vehicles, prevent extraneous testing requirements, and protect consumers that are shopping for used vehicles.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 82 : Commercial Electronic Mail
Signed into Law! Chapter 14 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer

An Act making certain activities related to commercial electronic mail unlawful as unfair methods of competition or unfair or deceptive acts or practices under the Act enumerating unfair trade practices and consumer protections.

05-01-03 : Governor Frank Murkowski signed House Bill 82 into law on Thursday. Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer (R-Anchorage), House Bill 82 requires anyone sending unsolicited commercial email with sexually explicit content to include the letters "ADV: ADLT" in the subject line.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 83 : Revised Uniform Arbitration Act
Passed Legislature! Await Transmit to Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Ethan Berkowitz

An Act adopting a version of the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act; relating to the state's existing Uniform Arbitration Act; amending Rules 3, 18, 19, 20, and 21, Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 601, Alaska Rules of Evidence, and Rule 402, Alaska Rules of Appellate Procedure; and providing for an effective date.

Version: CS HB 83 (JUD)
Contact: Lisa Weissler, 465-4919
Action: 05-06-04: (S)JUD (S)RLS

An Act adopting a version of the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act; relating to the state's existing Uniform Arbitration Act; amending Rules 3, 18, 19, 20, and 21, Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 601, Alaska Rules of Evidence, and Rule 402, Alaska Rules of Appellate Procedure; and providing for an effective date.

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 1 Page - 13 KB]

HB 84 : Alaska History Curriculum
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Mary Kapsner

An Act relating to a curriculum for Alaska history; and providing for an effective date.

Version: CS HB 84 (HES)
Contact: Mary Kapsner, 465-4942
Action: 05-09-04: Passed the House

HB 84 recommends at least on semester of Alaska history to be taught in Alaska schools.

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 1 Page - 8 K]

HB 85 : Credit Reports
Sponsored by Rep. Harry Crawford

An Act requiring certain consumer reporting agencies to provide individuals with certain reports without charge.

HB 86 : Injunctions Against Permitted Projects
Signed into Law! Chapter 86 SLA 03
Sponsored by Rep. Hugh Fate

An Act relating to permits issued by the state.

06-13-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 86 into law. Sponsored by Rep. Hugh "Bud" Fate (R-Fairbanks), HB 86 makes the party that causes a work stoppage on a project to assume responsibility for their actions, if the court determines the action was improper.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 87 : Mining: Infrastructure Fund/Water Standard
Sponsored by Rep. Eric Croft

An Act relating to mining.

HB 88 : Prohibit Cell Phone Use When Driving
Sponsored by Rep. Kelly Wolf

An Act relating to prohibiting the use of cellular telephones when operating a motor vehicle; and providing for an effective date.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 89 : Fish Handling And Delivery Standards
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

An Act relating to standards for chilling and delivery of commercially caught salmon; and providing for an effective date.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 90 : Tax Credit For Salmon Development
Signed into Law! Chapter 57 SLA 03
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

An Act relating to a salmon product development tax credit under the Alaska fisheries business tax and the Alaska fisheries resource landing tax; and providing for an effective date.

06-10-03 : Governor Murkowski signed HB 90 in law. Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens by recommendation of the Joint Legislative Salmon Industry Task Force, HB 90 provides a tax credit for salmon product development.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 91 : Retired Peace Officer's Medical Benefits
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Tom Anderson

An Act relating to medical benefits for retired peace officers after 20 years of credited service.

Version: CS HB 91 (FIN)
Contact: Josh Applebee, 465-4939
Action: 03-08-04: (S)STA ==> (S)L&C

HB 91 allows peace officers to collect their Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) and major medical benefits at the same time they are eligible for normal retirement, which is after 20 years of service. Currently, peace officers must work 25 years before collecting major medical benefits and must be 65 years old to receive their COLA. HB 91 returns these requirements back to their 1986 criteria.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 92 : Clergy To Report Child Abuse
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn

An Act relating to reports by members of the clergy and custodians of clerical records who have reasonable cause to suspect that a child has suffered harm as a result of child abuse or neglect.

04-25-03 : The Alaska House of Representatives approved House Bill 92 by a vote of 32 to six on Friday. Sponsored by Rep. Bob Lynn (R-Anchorage), HB 92 adds clergy to the list of people mandated by law to report child abuse to the appropriate authorities.
HB 92 will moves to the Senate.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 93 : Repeal Boating Safety Sunset
Passed Legislature! Await Transmit to Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch

An Act relating to boating safety; repealing secs. 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 18, 20, 23, 26, 27, and 30, ch. 28, SLA 2000; and providing for an effective date.

Version: SCS CS HB 93 (TRA)
Contact: Linda Sylvester, 465-4963
Action: 05-09-04: Passed the Senate

HB 93 consolidated boating regulatory functions and created a steady funding source for boater education programs for the state of Alaska. Amended to exclude non-motorized boats from the regulations.

| Sponsor Statement |
| Sectional Analysis |

HB 94 : Overtime Pay For Airline Employees
Sponsored by the House Transportation Committee

An Act exempting flight crew members of certain air carriers from overtime pay requirements.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 95 : Shellfish Farming
Sponsored by the Hou. Econ. Dev., Int'l Trade & Tourism Committee

An Act relating to permits for aquatic farming of geoducks.

| Sponsor Statement |
| Sectional Analysis |

HB 96 : Sven Haakanson Airport At Old Harbor
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

An Act naming the Sven Haakanson, Sr. Airport at Old Harbor.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 97 : Long Term Leases of Alaska RR Land
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Vic Kohring

An Act authorizing a long-term lease of certain Alaska Railroad Corporation land at Anchorage; and providing for an effective date.

05-06-03 : House Bill 97 moved out of the Senate Transportation Committee on Tuesday. Sponsored by Rep. Vic Kohring (R-Wasilla), House Bill 97 extends the lease of a parcel of Alaska Railroad land in Anchorage from 55 to 75 years so a developer can qualify to obtain a Federal Government (HUD 202) grant to construct a senior housing complex. HB 97 moves to the Senate Finance Committee.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 98 : Sport Fishing Seasons for Youth
Signed into Law! Chapter 13 SLA 04
Sponsored by Rep. Ralph Samuels

An Act relating to sport fishing seasons and areas for persons under 16 years of age.

Version: HB 98
Contact: Henry Webb, 465-2095
Action: 03-17-04: Passed the Senate

HB 98 allows the Board of Fish to make special fisheries for people 16 years old and younger.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 99 : Insurance for Motor Vehicle Repairs
Sponsored by Rep. Cheryll Heinze

An Act relating to insurance for and work on certain motor vehicle repairs; and providing for an effective date.

| Sponsor Statement |

HB 100 : Supplemental Appropriations: Fast Track
Signed into Law! Chapter 1 SLA 03
Sponsored by the Hou. Rules Committee
Requested by Gov. Frank Murkowski

An Act making supplemental and other appropriations; amending appropriations; and providing for an effective date.

03-17-03 : Governor Murkowski signed House Bill 100 into law on Monday. Sponsored by the House Finance Committee by request of the governor, HB 100 appropriates more than $71 million in general funds for expenses that changed during the 2003 fiscal year. HB 100 also includes $1.3 million to support opening ANWR to oil and gas exploration.

| Gov's Transmittal Letter |


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