Session & Interim:
State Capitol, Room 409
Juneau, AK 99801-1182
Toll Free: (800) 491-4527
Phone: (907) 465-4527
Fax: (907) 465-2197
Elected to the House: 1998
465-5025 (Session Only)
465-4527 (Session and Interim)
Date/Place of Birth: January 21, 1950; Upper Kalskag, Alaska
Spouse: Married to Angela since Sept. 8, 1972
Children: Mona, Mary, Buddy (Carl), Fia (Sophia), Philip and five grand children
Residency in Alaska: 49 years
Upper Kalskag: 1950-1959
Mt. Edgecumbe: 1966-1969
High School: Mt Edgecumbe, 1966 - 1969 (graduated w/Diploma);
Legislative Committee Membership:
Technical/Vocational College: Northrup Institute of Technology, 1971-1972
Co-chairs: Community & Regional Affairs, and Fisheries;
Business and Professional Positions:
Standing committees: Health, Education, & Social Services and Resources;
Subcommittees: Community & Economic Development, Fish & Game, and Transportation/Public Facilities
Aniak Traditional Council, 1990-present;
Service Organization Membership:
Mayor of the City of Aniak, 1991-1996;
Kuskokwim Native Association, Executive member, 1991-present;
Calista Corp., Board Member, 1995-present;
Western Interior Regional, Resource, Conservation & Development, Board Member, 1996-present
Member, National Rifle Association;
Member IBEW, 1972-1991;
Member US Resource Conservation & Development (USDA)
Hunting, fishing, snow machining and boating
biography updated 2/10/00
Alaska, Alberta and Northwest Territories Conclude Week Long Meetings Aimed
at Strengthening Socio-Economic Partnerships., 09-26-00
= Gail Phillips, 82 K
= Gail Phillips, 99 K
= Drue Pearce, 68 K
= Charles Brauer, VP Marketing - ASRC, 86 K
21st Alaska State Legislature 2nd Session Republican-led Majority
Adjornment Press Packet - Continuing the Commitment that's Working for
Legislature Approves Funding for State Employee Contracts - Separate Bill
Provides Pay Increase for Non-Union State Employees., 05-06-00
= John Torgerson, 39 K
House Funds State Employee Contracts - Majority's "Commitment to Alaska"
Intact - Administration Finds Last-Minute Money, Avoiding Labor Strife.,
= Eldon Mulder, 74 K
= Eldon Mulder, 42 K
= Eldon Mulder, 120 K
Making Alaska’s Government Work for Alaskans 21st Legislature Adjourns,
Leaving a Smaller, Smarter State Government and a Safer, Stronger
= Brian Porter, 73 K
= Brian Porter, 62 K
= Brian Porter, 80 K
= Eldon Mulder, 106 K
= Eldon Mulder, 98 K
= Gene Therriualt, 69 K
= Sean Parnell, 73 K
= Drue Pearce, 49 K
= Drue Pearce, 23 K
$302 Million Bond Package Funds Critical School Needs - Collaborative
Effort Addresses University, Ports & Harbors, 05-03-00
= John Torgerson, 59 K
Alaskans to Decide Who Will Manage Alaska's Wildlife - Constitutional Amendment Calls
for Scientific Principles, Sound Techniques., 04-20-00
Legislature Votes to Extend Corporations' Reinstatement Date, 04-15-00
Audio Clip Only, 04-04-00: Representative Carl Morgan comments on measures to
recruit local pilots to increase air safety in interior Alaska
= Carl Morgan, 96 K
Audio Clip Only, 04-04-00: Representative Carl Morgan comments on the need for
preditor control in rural communities and how this affects the bottom line for
many rural families.
= Carl Morgan, 125 K
House Extends Corporations' Reinstatement Date - Measure Provides Opportunity for
Native Corporation Viability, 04-04-00
Audio Clips Only, 04-03-00: Representative Carl Morgan, during a floor speech on
preditor control, talks about how this issue has wide popular support and is important
to interior Alaskans who depend upon the resource for their food supply.
= Carl Morgan, 207 K
= Carl Morgan, 161 K
House Votes for Sound Science in Wildlife Management - Constitutional Amendment Calls
for Scientific Principles, Sound Techniques., 03-22-00
= Carl Morgan, 66 K
= Carl Morgan, 128 K
= Carl Morgan, 139 K
Morgan Bill Preserves Wildlife Management for Alaskans - Constitutional Amendment Calls
for Scientific Principles and Sound Techniques, 02-16-00
= Carl Morgan, 70 K
Representative Morgan Announces Availability of Denali Commission Funds for Bulk Fuel and Electrical Upgrade Projects in Rural Alaska, 01-21-00
1999 Press Release Archive for Representative Carl Morgan
Prime Sponsor of the Following Legislation
HB 80 :
Passed! Chapter 7 SLA 99
An Act relating to a state employment preference for certain members of the Alaska National Guard.
| Sponsor Statement |
HB 93 :
An Act relating to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation's rural assistance loan program and to the definition of 'housing' for purposes of the corporation's housing assistance loan program; and providing for an effective date.
| Sponsor Statement |
HB 101 :
Passed! Chapter 45 SLA 99
An Act relating to the reinstatement of corporations that are public utilities; and providing for an effective date.
| Sponsor Statement |
HB 274 :
An Act relating to waste of big game animals and wild fowl.
HJR 56 :
Passed! Legislative Resolve 48
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Alaska prohibiting certain initiatives relating to wildlife.
| Sponsor Statement |
Co-Sponsor of the Following Legislation
HB 157 :
Passed! Chapter 71 SLA 99
An Act relating to absences from the state while serving on oceangoing vessels of the United States merchant marine for purposes of eligibility for permanent fund dividends; and providing for an effective date.
HB 165 :
An Act relating to school crisis response planning.
HB 226 :
Passed! Chapter 52, SLA 2000
An Act relating to credited service under the teachers' retirement system for education employees on leave without pay or receiving workers' compensation benefits because of certain on-the-job injuries.
HB 255 :
An Act relating to villages; and providing for an effective date.
HB 257 :
An Act relating to funding for school districts operating secondary school boarding programs; and providing for an effective date.
HB 265 :
Passed! Chapter 43, SLA 2000
An Act extending the termination date of the Alaska regional economic assistance program; and providing for an effective date.
HB 268 :
An Act relating to the Alaska Higher Education Savings Trust; and providing for an effective date.
HB 270 :
Passed! Chapter 57, SLA 2000
An Act relating to sexual assault and sexual abuse and to payment for certain examinations in cases of alleged sexual assault or sexual abuse.
HB 346 :
Passed! Chapter 76, SLA 2000
An Act relating to services for persons with developmental disabilities.
HJR 9 :
Urging the President of the United States and the Congress to act to ensure that federal agencies do not retain records relating to lawful purchase or ownership of firearms gathered through the Brady Handgun Bill instant check 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 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 16 :
Congratulating the government and the people of the new Canadian territory of Nunavut.
HJR 32 :
Requesting Exxon Corporation to pay claimants for damages resulting from the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
HJR 39 :
Urging the United States government to purchase surplus pink salmon for aid packages to the Balkans.
HJR 57 :
Supporting passage of the Conservation and Reinvestment Act of 1999 by the United States Congress.
SB 103 :
Passed! Chapter 29, SLA 2000
An Act relating to a curriculum for Native language education; and providing for an effective date.
SB 231 :
Passed! Chapter 22, SLA 2000
An Act naming the Alaska Native Veterans' Honor Bridge.
SB 267 :
Passed! Chapter 20 SLA 00
An Act relating to management of game.
SCR 15 :
Passed! Legislative Resolve 39
Relating to Alcohol-Related Birth Defects Awareness Weeks.
House Community and Regional Affairs Committee
HB 233 :
An Act granting authority to each municipality to be a debtor under 11 U.S.C. (Federal Bankruptcy Act) and to take any appropriate action authorized by federal law relating to bankruptcy of a municipality.
HB 431 :
An Act relating to the facilities constituting a school for purposes of public school funding; and providing for an effective date.
HB 437 :
Passed! Chapter 31, SLA 2000
An Act relating to the reinstatement of Native corporations; and providing for an effective date.
HB 440 :
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.
HB 442 :
An Act relating to the Chitina dip net fishing permit; and providing for an effective date.