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Senator Tim Kelly
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State Capitol, Room 101
Juneau, AK 99801-1182
Phone: (907) 465-3822
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716 W 4th Avenue, Suite 400
Anchorage, AK 99501-2133
Phone: (907) 269-0144
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Elected to the House 1976
Elected to the Senate 1978, 1982, 1986, 1992, 1996

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Biography

Date/Place of Birth: 8/15/44; Sacramento, CA
Occupation: Legislator
Spouse: Lisa Nelson
Children: Ingrid, Theodore
Residency in Alaska: Anchorage, 1970
Education: High School - Sacramento High, 1962; College - Course Work, SCC & UAA.
Military Service: United States Marine Corps Reserve; Alaska Air National Guard, 12 years, Alaska Disaster Ribbon.
Political and Government Positions: Senate President, 1989-90; State Senator 1979-present; State Representative 1977-78; National Conference of State Legislatures; American Legislative Exchange Council; Chair, Rules, 1981-82, 1985-86, 1997-2000; Co-Chair, Joint Armed Services Committee; Labor and Commerce, 1987-88 & 1993-96; Property Taxation, Electoral Reform; Legislative Aide, California and Nevada.
Business and Professional Positions: Association of the U.S. Army; Navy and Marine Corps Leagues.
Service Organization(s) Membership: Alaska Historical Preservation Society; Anchorage Golf Association; Sons of Norway; American Legion.
Special Interests: Fishing, Civil War, Arctic Whaling Fleet 1870-1900, Captain James Cook, political and military history, kids hockey and soccor.

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Opinion - Editorial

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Press Releases

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Personal Legislation

Prime Sponsor of the Following Legislation

SB 53 : An Act relating to a state employment preference for certain members of the Alaska National Guard.
SB 75 : An Act making special appropriations for education from the earnings reserve account.
SB 76 : An Act authorizing an advisory vote on whether appropriations of income from the permanent fund should be restricted; and providing for an effective date.
SB 186 : Passed! Chapter 3, SLA 2000 An Act relating to the Alaska Higher Education Savings Trust; and providing for an effective date.
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SB 189 : Withdrawn by Sponsor An Act relating to the international airports in Anchorage and Fairbanks and establishing the Alaska International Airport Authority; and providing for an effective date.
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SB 213 : An Act relating to transportation of members of the Alaska National Guard, the Alaska Naval Militia, and the Alaska State Defense Force by the Alaska marine highway system and the Alaska Railroad; and relating to the Alaska State Defense Force.
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SJR 4 : Relating to a national ballistic missile defense system.
SJR 12 : Relating to new evaluation and selection criteria for military base realignment and closure actions.
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SR 2 : Passed! Senate Resolve 2 Dedicating the Terry Miller Gallery of the Chamber of the Alaska Senate to Cliff Groh.

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Co-Sponsor of the Following Legislation

HB 25 : Passed! Chapter 34, SLA 2000 An Act relating to a municipal river habitat protection tax credit.
HB 34 : Passed! Chapter 62, SLA 1999 An Act relating to the crime of failure to report the commission or attempted commission of certain crimes against children.
HB 77 : Passed! Chapter 6, SLA 1999 An Act relating to the Joint Armed Services Committee, a permanent interim committee of the Alaska State Legislature; and providing for an effective date.
HB 80 : Passed! Chapter 7, SLA 1999 An Act relating to a state employment preference for certain members of the Alaska National Guard.
HB 288 : Passed! Chapter 67, SLA 2000 An Act relating to the creation of an aggravating factor for the commission of domestic violence in the physical presence or hearing of a child.
HCR 15 : Passed! Legislative Resolve 32 Requesting the governor to proclaim March 2000 as Developmental Disability Awareness Month.
HJR 8 : Passed! Legislative Resolve 1 Relating to a national ballistic missile defense system.
HJR 11 : Passed! Legislative Resolve 8 Urging the United States Congress to pass legislation to open the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, to oil and gas exploration, development, and production.
HJR 13 : Passed! Legislative Resolve 14 Relating to using oil spill settlement funds to create a long-term research and monitoring endowment.
HJR 14 : Passed! Legislative Resolve 12 Relating to the National Museum of Women's History and the National Museum of Women's History Alaska Council.
HJR 21 : Passed! Legislative Resolve 4 Relating to new evaluation and selection criteria for military base realignment and closure actions.
SB 3 : Passed! Chapter 54, SLA 1999 An Act relating to the crimes of murder, solicitation to commit murder in the first degree, conspiracy to commit murder in the first degree, manslaughter, and criminally negligent homicide; relating to homicides of children; relating to registration as a sex offender or child kidnapper; relating to the crime of interference with custody of a child or incompetent person; and providing for an effective date.
SB 4 : Vetoed by Governor An Act relating to victims' rights; relating to establishing an office of victims' rights; relating to compensation of victims of violent crimes; relating to eligibility for a permanent fund dividend for persons convicted of and incarcerated for certain offenses; relating to notice of appropriations concerning victims' rights; and amending Rule 16, Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rule 9, Alaska Delinquency Rules, and Rule 501, Alaska Rules of Evidence; and providing for an effective date.
SB 7 : An Act relating to the University of Alaska and university land, and authorizing the University of Alaska to select additional state land.
SB 8 : Passed! Chapter 69, SLA 1999 An Act relating to the number of toilets in women's restrooms in certain facilities.
SB 9 : Passed! Chapter 22, SLA 1999 An Act relating to the calculation of employee contributions and credited service in the public employees' retirement system for noncertificated employees of school districts, regional educational attendance areas, the special education service agency, the Alaska Vocational Technical Center, and the state boarding schools; and providing for an effective date.
SB 21 : An Act making an appropriation for construction and renovation of the University of Alaska, Anchorage Consortium Library Facility; and providing for an effective date.
SB 46 : Passed! Chapter 16, SLA 1999 An Act naming the Terry Miller Legislative Office Building.
SB 102 : Passed! Chapter 24, SLA 1999 An Act designating the State Trooper Bruce A. Heck Memorial Corridor.
SB 125 : Passed! Chapter 78, SLA 1999 An Act relating to school crisis response planning.
SB 167 : Passed! Chapter 90, SLA 1999 An Act relating to scholarships to attend the University of Alaska; establishing the Alaska scholars program; and providing for an effective date.
SB 174 : An Act providing for the issuance of general obligation bonds in the amount of $64,821,000 for the purpose of paying the cost of design, construction, and maintenance of capital improvements at the University of Alaska; and providing for an effective date.
HB 231 : Passed! Chapter 22, SLA 2000 An Act naming the Alaska Native Veterans' Honor Bridge.
SB 247 : Passed! Chapter 55, SLA 2000 An Act relating to eligibility of certain veterans for longevity bonus payments; and providing for an effective date.
SB 261 : Passed! Chapter 108, SLA 2000 An Act relating to needle stick and sharps injury protections and the use of safe needles by health care facilities and health care professionals; relating to the vaccination of health care workers against diseases transmitted by bloodborne pathogens; and providing for an effective date.
SCR 14 : Proposing an amendment to the Uniform Rules of the Alaska State Legislature relating to standing committees; and providing for an effective date.
SJR 2 : Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Alaska relating to the rights of prisoners under the criminal administration section.
SJR 3 : Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Alaska relating to the repeal of regulations by the legislature.
SJR 27 : Passed! Legislative Resolve 47 Proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Alaska relating to revisions of the state constitution and providing that a court may not change language of a proposed constitutional amendment or revision.

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Archive of Past Legislation

Measures sponsored or co-sponsored by Senator Tim Kelly

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Senate Community and Regional Affairs Committee Legislation

SB 51 Passed! Chapter 57, SLA 1999 : An Act relating to barbers, hairdressers, manicurists, and cosmetologists; providing that the only qualification necessary for licensure as a manicurist, other than payment of fees, is completion of a class that is 12 hours in duration, addresses relevant health, safety, and hygiene concerns, and is offered through a school approved by the Board of Barbers and Hairdressers; and providing for an effective date.
SB 54 : An Act relating to an exemption from and deferral of payment on municipal taxes on deteriorated property; and providing for an effective date.
SB 156 Passed! Chapter 86, SLA 1999 : An Act relating to municipal incorporation, to reclassification of cities, to municipal boundary changes, and to dissolution of municipalities.
SB 302 : An Act establishing the Anchorage International Airport Commission and relating to state airports and the international airports revenue bond program; and providing for an effective date.
SB 304 : An Act relating to state aid to municipalities and certain other recipients, and for the village public safety officer program; relating to municipal dividends; and relating to the public safety foundation program.

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