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24th Alaska State Legislature
The 24th Alaska State Legislature
Alaska State Representative Paul Seaton
District 35 - Homer (more)

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Juneau, AK 99801-1182
Phone: (907) 465-2689
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Interim:
345 W. Sterling Hwy. Suite 102B
Homer, AK 99603
Phone: (907) 235-2921
Fax: (907) 235-4008
Personal Website:
www.reppaulseaton.com


Elected to the House: 2002, 2004

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This is Rep. Seaton's 24th Legislature info for 2005-2006
Rep. Seaton 25th Leg. Info: www.housemajority.org/seaton


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  · HCR 28
 

HB 20 : Education Funding
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton

An Act relating to a separate appropriation bill for operating expenses for primary and secondary public education and establishing a date by which the bill must be transmitted to the governor each year; relating to notice of nonretention for tenured teachers; and providing for an effective date.

Version : SS HB 20
Companion Bill : SB 13
Contact : : 465-2028
Last Action : (H) FIN » (H) RLS : 04-04-05

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 20 KB]

03-08-05 : This bill requires school districts to submit funding request to their municipal governments by the first of May every year. HB 20 will require the Governor to submit a separate appropriations bill before the fourth day of the legislature for K-12 funding and the legislature must transmit an appropriations bill to the Governor by the 15th of March. Minor technical amendments made in EDU.

HB 24 : Commercial Passenger Operator Vessel Tax
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton, Rep. Carl Gatto

An Act relating to commercial passenger vessel operators; and providing for an effective date.

Contact : : 465-2028
Current Status : (H) CRA : 01-10-05

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 20 KB]

HB 25 : Refund Of Fish Business Tax To Municipalities
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton

An Act relating to the sharing of fisheries business tax revenue with municipalities; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 25 (CRA)
Contact : : 465-4963
Last Action : (H) FIN » (H) FSH : 03-20-06

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 29 KB]
| HB 25 Work Draft -- 24-LS0169C | [PDF - 221 KB]
| Changes Between HB 25 and CS HB 25 (CRA) | [PDF - 31 KB]
| Answers to Questions on HB 25 | [PDF - 43 KB]

03-03-05 : HB 25 addresses the problem of tax revenue lost by municipalities on fish that are sold to a buyer in a municipality but sent out of state unprocessed. This bill would direct the Fisheries Business Tax revenue on “unprocessed” fisheries resources back to the port of landing. Amended to add a hold harmless clause for smaller cities and boroughs.

HB 50 : Municipal Elections
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton

An Act relating to municipal initiative and referendum elections.

Version : SS HB 50
Current Status : (H) CRA : 01-21-05

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 10 KB]

HB 328 : Ban Mixing Zones In Spawning Areas
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton, Rep. Kurt Olson, Rep. Carl Gatto, Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux

An Act prohibiting mixing zones in freshwater spawning waters.

Version : CS HB 328 (FSH)
Companion Bill : SB 225
Contact : : 465-4963
Last Action : (H) FSH » (H) RES : 01-30-06

| Sponsor Statement | Sectional Analysis |
| Work Draft 23-LS1273C | [PDF - 330 KB]

01-27-06 : Passed the House Special Committee on Fisheries with a committee substitute, to be moved to House Resources Committee. Changes include added language exempting municipalities and a definition of area that means a physical location where spawning occurs.

HB 415 : Recreational Land Use Liability/ Adv. Poss
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton

An Act relating to landowners' immunity for allowing use of land without charge for a recreational activity; relating to landowners' liability where landowner conduct involves gross negligence or reckless or intentional misconduct; relating to claims of adverse possession and prescriptive easements, or similar claims; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 415 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-2689
Last Action : Senate Floor » (S) RES : 04-12-06

| Sponsor Statement |

04-10-06 : Passed the House Floor by unanimous vote, to be moved to the Senate for consideration.

House Bill 415 encourages recreational use of private lands by protecting landowners who allow free public access to their lands.

HB 418 : Mining Production & License Taxes/ Royalties
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton

An Act relating to a mining production tax; relating to the mining license tax; relating to production royalties on minerals; relating to exploration incentive credits; and providing for an effective date.

Contact : : 465-2689
Current Status : (H) W&M : 02-01-06

| Sponsor Statement |
| Dept. of Revenue Fiscal Note | [PDF - 20 KB]
| Dept. of Natural Resources Fiscal Note | [PDF - 16 KB]
| Legislative Research Report - Revenue and Employment Impacts of the Oil & Gas Mining and Fishing Industries in Alaska | [PDF - 3.12 MB]
| State Revenue Collected through Major Taxes and Fees on Oil & Gas Mining and Fishing Industries - FY95 - FY04 | [PDF - 82 KB]
| Revenue to Municipalities from the Oil & Gas Mining and Fishing Industries | [PDF - 78 KB]
| Oil & Gas Mining and Fishing Industry Employment - 1995 - 2004 | [PDF - 63 KB]
| Percent of Resource Production Value Paid to State and Municipalities from the Oil & Gas Mining and Fishing Industries - FY03 - FY05 | [PDF - 8 KB]
| Comparison of Tax Rates in Different Countries | [PDF - 17 KB]

HB 474 : State Procurement Bidder Preference
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton

An Act relating to the state's procurement bidder preference.

Current Status : (H) STA : 02-13-06

HB 475 : Pub Employee/ Teacher Retirem't/ SBS/ D. C.
Passed Senate!
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton

An Act relating to the supplemental employee benefit program; relating to teachers' and public employees' defined benefit retirement plans; relating to teachers' and public employees' defined contribution retirement plans; relating to the health reimbursement arrangement plan for certain teachers and public employees; clarifying eligibility for membership in the health reimbursement arrangement plan; relating to waiver of adjustments under the teachers' defined benefit retirement plan and the public employees' defined benefit retirement plan; relating to the administrator of the Public Employees' Retirement System of Alaska; relating to employer contributions for occupational disability and death benefits; repealing participation in the teachers' defined contribution and defined benefit retirement plans by certain employees of the National Education Association of Alaska; relating to requirements for employer minimum contributions to the teachers' and the public employees' defined benefit retirement systems; and relating to the public employees' defined benefit deferred compensation program.

Version : SCS CS HB 475 (CRA)(EFD FLD S)
Contact : : 465-2028
Last Action : Passed Senate » House : 05-06-06

| Sponsor Statement |
| Sectional Analysis | [PDF - 163 KB]
| Abbreviated Sectional Analysis | [PDF - 35 KB]

05-07-06 : Passed the Senate Floor by a vote of 12-8, to be moved to the House for concurrence.

Previous amendments were made to change the statutory reference to include all death and disability benefits, along with a change made to clarify the calculation of the employer contribution for survivor pension benefits.

HB 475 is a clean up bill to the Retirement Security Act (SB 141) that passed last session. Due to the length of SB 141, a handful of errors and oversights were made that need to be changed for a smooth transition to Tier IV. HB 475 is a technical bill. It is not intended to include any policy changes.

HCR 5 : Fluoridation
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton

Relating to support of community water fluoridation.

Companion Bill : SCR 20
Contact : : 465-2028
Last Action : (H) CRA » (S) RLS : 03-29-06

| Sponsor Statement |

HCR 28 : Village Safe Water Grants
Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton

Expressing the intent of the legislature that rules in place at the time a project is funded under the Village Safe Water Act not be changed unless the change is approved by the beneficiary of the funded project.

Current Status : (H) CRA : 01-27-06


Past Legislation:
 
· Legislation Proposed during the 23rd Legislature

Co-Sponsored Legislation Alaska State Legislature
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  · HB 12
  · HB 13
  · HB 19
  · HB 30
  · HB 45
  · HB 51
  · HB 85
  · HB 155
  · HB 190
  · HB 208
  · HB 273
  · HB 318
  · HB 322
  · HB 357
  · HB 394
  · HB 395
  · HB 399
  · HB 467
  · HCR 2
  · HCR 7
  · HCR 30
  · HJR 4
  · HJR 6
  · HJR 8
  · HJR 14
  · HJR 25
  · SB 14
  · SCR 2
 

HB 9 : Hydrogen Energy Research Program
Sponsored by Rep. Harry Crawford

An Act establishing the Hydrogen Energy Partnership in the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development; requiring the commissioner of commerce, community, and economic development to seek public and private funding for the partnership; providing for the contingent repeal of an effective date; and providing for an effective date.

Contact : : 465-3439
Last Action : (H) RES » (H) FIN : 04-19-05

04-18-05 : House Bill 9 establishes a hydrogen energy partnership within the Department of Community and Economic Development. The partnership is tasked with facilitating the development of a hydrogen fuel industry in Alaska.

HB 12 : TVs And Monitors In Motor Vehicles
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Max Gruenberg, Rep. Bob Lynn, Rep. Berta Gardner, Rep. Lesil McGuire

An Act relating to televisions, monitors, portable computers, and similar devices in motor vehicles; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 12 (JUD) Am
Contact : : 465-4940
Last Action : Passed House » Senate : 03-20-06

| Sponsor Statement |

03-20-06 : Passed House Floor with a technical amendment, to be moved to the Senate for consideration.

The purpose of the bill is to prevent operators of motor vehicles from watching television, video, and any other programming by making it a crime. Furthermore the bill makes it a crime to install a device capable of being viewed while the vehicle is in operation.

HB 13 : School Funding & School Bond Reimbursemnt
Signed into Law! Chapter 41 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. Carl Gatto, Rep. Max Gruenberg

An Act relating to reimbursement of municipal bonds for school construction; increasing the base student allocation used in the formula for state financing of public education; relating to the district cost factors for state funding of public education; relating to school improvement funding; and providing for an effective date.

Version : SCS CS HB 13 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-3743
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-25-06
Current Status : Chapter 41 SLA 06 : 05-25-06

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 9 KB]

05-09-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

Extends, until July 1, 2006, the statutory date for municipalities to receive reimbursements for the state for school construction and renovation bonds. Reimbursement rates for DEED approved projects to 70% and non-DEED approved projects to 60%.

HB 19 : Pesticide & Broadcast Chemicals
Signed into Law! Chapter 42 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer

An Act relating to pesticides and broadcast chemicals; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 19 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-4945
Last Action : Signed into Law : 06-07-05
Current Status : Chapter 42 SLA 05 : 06-07-05

| Sponsor Statement |

05-03-05 : HB 19 levies a registration fee for pesticide and broadcast chemical registered for sale or distribution. The $115 annual chemical fee levied by HB 19 would shift the burden of Alaska's pesticide regulation and registration program from the general fund to program receipts. Amended to set a cap on fees at $120 for registration and $25 for licensing.

HB 30 : Appropriation: K - 12 Education Operating/ Debt Expenses
Sponsored by Rep. John Harris

An Act making appropriations for K-12 education operating and school debt expenses; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 30 (HES)
Contact : : 465-3721
Last Action : H) RLS » (H) RLS : 02-28-05

| Sponsor Statement |

02-25-05 : HB 30 appropriates money for K-12 education funding. Amended in EDU to adopt the numbers from HB 1. Increases school funding by 7% over last year an increase of 65.3 million. Amended to reflect changes to HB 1. CS HB 30(HES) moved out of committee, February 25, unamended. CS HB 30(HES) will provide funds needed to achieve early funding of the FY 06 education foundation formula and school debt reimbursement programs.

HB 45 : Contributions, Lobbyists, Disclosure
Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch

An Act amending the definition of the term 'lobbyist' in the Regulation of Lobbying Act; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 45 (STA)
Contact : : 465-3744
Last Action : (H) STA » (H) JUD : 04-03-06

| Sponsor Statement |

03-30-06 : Passed House State Affairs Committee as amended, to be moved to House Judiciary Committee. Amendments added: provisions requiring anyone lobbying the legislature for more than 16 hours in any 30-day period must register with APOC; that groups shall make APOC reports by electronic means; that contributions to groups up to and including $100 in the aggregate in a calendar year include the name, address, date and amount contributed by each contributor; that contributions to groups over $100 and up to and including $250 in the aggregate in a calendar year include the name, address, date, amount contributed, principal occupation of each contributor; and that contributions over $250 in the aggregate in a calendar year include the name, address, date, amount contributed, principal occupation , and employer of each contributor.

HCS HB 45 deals with limits on campaign contributions, lobbyists, disclosures, and tightens disclosure requirements for and to legislators. The bill reduces from $1,000 to $500 the amount an individual is allowed to make to a candidate or non-political party group, and reduces from $10,000 to $5,000 an individual can contribute annually to a political party. The bill also changes the definition of lobbyist, by reducing from 40 to 10, the number of hours in a 30-day period a person may lobby before they must register as a lobbyist.

HB 51 : Employer Association For Workers' Comp Ins
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer

An Act relating to associations of self-insured employers for purposes of providing workers' compensation coverage and allowing employers who are members of the same trade to form associations for providing self-insurance for workers' compensation coverage; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS S SHB 51 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-4945
Last Action : (H) RLS » (S) FIN : 05-06-06

| Sponsor Statement | [PDF - 10 KB]

04-07-06 : Passed House Finance Committee as amendments, to be moved to House Rules Committee. The House Finance Committee adopted amendments that clarifies the extent of joint and several liability; sets the minimum size limits for qualification of an association of self-insured employers and its members; provides for the licensing and registration of third party administrators; and clarifies that an association of self insured employers can be considered an ''insurer'' for the purposes of regulation under the Workers Compensation title AS 23.30. Minor technical amendments were also adopted by the committee but do not change the substantive nature of the bill.

House Bill 51 allows a group of five or more employers to form an association to self-insure the employers' workers compensation obligations. The members of the association must be engaged in the same or similar employment classifications, be members of a qualified trade association, and receive a certificate to self-insure under Alaska's existing rules and regulations.

HB 85 : Prescribed Medication For Students
Signed into Law! Chapter 71 SLA 05
Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer

An Act relating to self-administration and documentation of certain types of medication prescribed to a child attending school.

Version : SCS CS HB 85 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-4945
Last Action : Signed into Law : 07-14-05
Current Status : Chapter 71 SLA 05 : 07-14-05

| Sponsor Statement |

05-02-05 : House Bill 85 requires that schools permit students to self-administrate medication for asthma, anaphylaxis. Minor language change in JUD committee.

HB 155 : Youth Courts And Criminal Fines
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Ralph Samuels

An Act relating to funding for youth courts; and relating to separately accounting for fines imposed on and collected from defendants.

Version : CS HB 155 (JUD)
Contact : : 465-2095
Last Action : Senate Floor » (S) FIN : 04-15-05

| Sponsor Statement |

03-21-05 : HB 155 would create a separate accounting mechanism for fines collected by the Alaska Court system in criminal judgments and would authorize the legislature to appropriate up to 25% of those collected fines either directly to local youth courts or to the United Youth Courts of Alaska for distribution to local youth courts.

HB 190 : Required ID For Purchasing Alcohol
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Richard Foster

An Act relating to the purchase of alcoholic beverages and to access to licensed premises; relating to civil liability for certain persons accessing licensed premises; requiring driver's licenses and identification cards to be marked if a person is restricted from consuming alcoholic beverages as a result of a conviction or condition of probation or parole and relating to fees for the marked license; and requiring the surrender and cancellation of driver's licenses under certain circumstances.

Version : SCS CS HB 190 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-3789
Last Action : (S) FIN » (S) RLS : 05-08-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-08-06 : Passed Senate Finance Committee with a committee substitute, to be moved to Senate Rules Committee. The committee substitute clarifies that an ADL cancelled under this legislation would only remain cancelled during the length of the court ordered restriction on alcohol consumption. It limits the scope of jurisdiction to cover Alaska statutes and municipal ordinances. The CS also changes the mark on the license from ROC (Restriction On Consumption) to COAR (Court Ordered Alcohol Restriction).

Previously amendments were made authorizing the state to charge an enhanced fee for a license or ID under this statute and these circumstances. Additionally the bill was amended to ensure that a person who is convicted and is required to have a ''marked ID'' not have the privilege to purchase alcohol or knowingly enter or remain in a licensed establishment that sells alcohol with the intention to obtain alcohol for personal consumption.

HB 208 : State Veterans' Cemetery & Fund
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. David Guttenberg

An Act authorizing the Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs to establish and maintain Alaskan veterans' cemeteries; and establishing the Alaska veterans' cemetery fund in the general fund.

Version : CS HB 208 (FIN) Am
Contact : : 465-4457
Last Action : Senate Floor » (S) FIN : 02-21-06

| Sponsor Statement |

02-17-06 : Passed House floor as amended, sent to Senate for consideration. Amendments include the deletion of the language ''Fairbanks and elsewhere,'' making it applicable to the whole state if eligible, the date was also changed.

HB 208 will provide a place in the Interior for soldiers to have a dignified place to be laid to rest with full military funeral honors, pallbearers, rifle team, flag folding, and flag presentation.

HB 273 : PFD: Delay Payment For Allowable Absences
Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch

An Act relating to the dividends of certain individuals claiming allowable absences; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 273 (RLS) Am
Contact : : 465-3744
Last Action : 3RD RDG,4/24 CAL(H) » (H) RLS : 04-24-06

| Sponsor Statement |

04-24-06 : Returned to House Rules Committee.

HB 273 attempts to ensure that everyone receiving a PFD under an excused absence return to the State before collecting their funds.

HB 318 : Limitation On Eminent Domain
Signed into Law! Chapter 84 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. Lesil McGuire, Rep. Jim Holm, Rep. Mike Hawker

An Act limiting the exercise of eminent domain.

Version : SCS CS HB 318 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-4990
Last Action : Signed into Law : 07-05-06
Current Status : Chapter 84 SLA 06 : 07-05-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-06-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

HB 318 calls for two very clear policy decisions. The first is whether or not it is appropriate to take a person's private property for economic development and the second is whether it is appropriate to take all or part of one's primary residence for recreational opportunities of another. This legislation is not intended to prohibit the legitimate use of eminent domain; it merely limits its use in these two narrow policy areas.

HB 322 : Safe Surrender Of Babies
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux, Rep. Max Gruenberg

An Act relating to infants who are safely surrendered by a parent shortly after birth.

Version : CS HB 322 (JUD) Am
Contact : : 465-6588
Last Action : Senate Floor » (S) RLS : 05-03-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-03-06 : Passed Senate Judiciary Committee without change, to be moved to Senate Rules Committee.

This a bill that will allow parents to safely surrender an infant shortly after birth without fear of being criminally prosecuted.

HB 357 : Statutory References To Disabilities
Signed into Law! Chapter 25 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. Peggy Wilson

An Act updating the terminology in statutes for persons with disabilities; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 357 (FIN)
Companion Bill : SB 242
Contact : : 465-2734
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-09-06
Current Status : Chapter 25 SLA 06 : 05-09-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-02-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

This bill changes all Alaska State Statutes to rid them of this archaic reference that has negative and demoralizing connotations in reference to a person's ability and potential.

HB 394 : Insurance Policies In Foreign Languages
Passed Legislature! Transmit To Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Kevin Meyer

An Act relating to allowing insurance policy forms to be filed and approved in languages other than English if an official English language version is also filed, and authorizing use of insurance policy forms and associated materials in languages other than English.

Version : CS HB 394 (L&C) Am
Companion Bill : SB 280
Contact : : 465-4945
Last Action : House Floor » Governor : 07-27-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-01-06 : Passed the Senate Floor by a vote of 18-1, returned to the House for concurrence.

HB 394 will allow foreign language speaking consumers to secure information so they can better understand and thus can make better insurance decisions. For the insurance industry, HB 394 is likely to lead to increased penetration in emerging markets.

HB 395 : Fire Season Dates
Signed into Law! Chapter 21 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. Kurt Olson

An Act relating to the period of the fire season; and providing for an effective date.

Version : CS HB 395 (FIN)
Contact : : 465-2693
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-04-06
Current Status : Chapter 21 SLA 06 : 05-04-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-02-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

HB 395 will move the start date of fire season from May 1 to April 1.

HB 399 : Elder Fraud And Assistance/ OPA
Signed into Law! Chapter 64 SLA 06
Sponsored by Rep. Mike Chenault

An Act establishing the office of elder fraud and assistance; and relating to fraud involving older Alaskans.

Version : SCS CS HB 399 (STA)
Contact : : 465-3779
Last Action : Signed into Law : 06-15-06
Current Status : Chapter 64 SLA 06 : 06-15-06

| Sponsor Statement |

05-09-06 : Passed the Legislature, to be transmitted to the Governor for signature.

HB 399 establishes an office of elder fraud and assistance within the Office of Public Advocacy (OPA) to investigate complaints of fraud committed against elder residents of Alaska. This bill authorizes OPA to bring civil enforcement actions for injunctive and other relief for fraud committed against older Alaskans.

HB 467 : Administration Of Medication By A Nurse
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Mike Kelly

An Act relating to the administration of prescribed remedies and dietary supplements by a nurse.

Version : CS HB 467 (HES) Am
Contact : : 465-6890
Last Action : (S) HES » (S) RLS : 05-05-06

| Other States' Policie -Nurses Administering Dietary Supplements | [PDF - 983 KB]
| Sponsor Statement |

05-05-06 : Passed Senate Health, Education & Social Services Committee without change, to be moved to Senate Rules Committee.

HB 467 will give Registered Nurses licensed in Alaska the authority to administer prescribed remedies or dietary supplements within the manufacturers' recommended dosage when certain requirements are met.

HCR 2 : In - State Natural Gas Needs
Passed Legislature! Legis Resolve 11
Sponsored by Rep. Ralph Samuels

Urging Governor Murkowski to take quick action to conduct, approve, or sanction a study of in-state natural gas needs and take-off points for intrastate use of natural gas transported in a North Slope natural gas pipeline.

Contact : : 465-3715
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-17-05
Current Status : Legis Resolve 11 : 05-17-05

| Sponsor Statement |

04-18-05 : Urges Governor Murkowski to take quick action to conduct, approve, or sanction a study of in-state natural gas needs and take-off points for intrastate use of natural gas transported in a North Slope natural gas pipeline, with the objective that the study be completed before the final rules relating to the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline take effect on the 90th day following the publication in the Federal Register of the rules adopted by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

HCR 7 : Cook Inlet Oil & Gas Platform ABAndonment
Passed Legislature! Legis Resolve 12
Sponsored by Rep. Kurt Olson

Urging the governor to direct the division of oil and gas, Department of Natural Resources, to undertake a comprehensive review of the subject of Cook Inlet oil and gas platform abandonment for the purpose of developing new oil and gas platform abandonment regulations and their adoption and implementation.

Version : CS HCR 7 (RES)
Companion Bill : SCR 6
Contact : : 465-2693
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-27-05
Current Status : Legis Resolve 12 : 05-27-05

| Sponsor Statement |

05-01-05 : Urges the Governor to direct the DNR to undertake a comprehensive review of the platform abandonment.

HCR 30 : AK Climate Impact Assessment Commission
Passed Legislature! Legis Resolve 49
Sponsored by Rep. Reggie Joule

Creating an Alaska Climate Impact Assessment Commission.

Version : SCS CS HCR 30 (FIN)
Contact : :
Last Action : Signed into Law : 07-07-06
Current Status : Legis Resolve 49 : 07-07-06

| Sponsor Statement |

HJR 4 : Endorsing ANWR Leasing
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Mike Hawker

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.

Version : CS HJR 4 (RES) Am
Companion Bill : SJR 2
Contact : : 465-4949
Current Status : Senate : 02-07-05

| Sponsor Statement |
| Letter of Support from Arctic Power | [PDF - 119 KB]
| Letter of Support from Ak St. Chamber | [PDF - 7 KB]
| U.S. Dept. of Energy Report | [PDF - 354 KB]

01-28-05 : The House passed a resolution today, drafted by Rep. Hawker, urging Congress to open the Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas exploration and production. HJR 4 passed the House by a vote of 26 to 4.

HJR 6 : Labeling Of Fish / Shellfish Products
Passed Legislature! Legis Resolve 5
Sponsored by Rep. Beth Kerttula

Relating to the labeling of fish and shellfish to identify the country of origin and to distinguish between wild and farmed fish and shellfish.

Version : CS HJR 6 (FSH)
Contact : : 465-4766
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-19-05
Current Status : Legis Resolve 5 : 05-19-05

| Sponsor Statement |

03-16-05 : Requires labeling of fish products and processed food items containing fish to identify the country of origin and to distinguish between wild and farmed fish and fish products.

HJR 8 : Supporting Alaska Army National Guard
Passed Legislature! Legis Resolve 9
Sponsored by Rep. Bruce Weyhrauch

Expressing support of Alaska Army National Guard soldiers deployed worldwide.

Contact : : 465-6863
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-19-05

| Sponsor Statement |

04-11-05 : More than 250 Alaska Army National Guard soldiers are now on active duty, and are deployed throughout the world. These citizen soldiers, from all over Alaska are serving in overseas training deployments, combat missions, stability and support operations. HJR 8 expresses support of Alaska Army National Guard soldiers and families deployed worldwide.

HJR 14 : Urge Congress To Grant Land To University
Passed House!
Sponsored by Rep. James Elkins

Urging the United States Congress to pass legislation to convey land to the University of Alaska.

Version : CS HJR 14 (RES)
Contact : : 465-3424
Last Action : (H) EDU » (S) RLS : 05-04-06

| Sponsor Statement |

HJR 25 : Supporting Veterans Home Ownership Act
Passed Legislature! Transmit To Gov.
Sponsored by Rep. Beth Kerttula

Urging the United States Congress to adopt Sec. 303 of the United States House of Representatives version of the Tax Relief Extension Reconciliation Act of 2005.

Version : CS HJR 25 (STA)
Contact : :
Last Action : (H) MLV » Governor : 07-11-06

| Sponsor Statement |

SB 14 : Municipal Elections
Signed into Law! Chapter 3 SLA 05
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

An Act relating to municipal initiative and referendum elections.

Version : HCS SB 14 (STA)
Contact : : 465-4925
Last Action : Signed into Law : 03-22-05
Current Status : Chapter 3 SLA 05 : 03-22-05

| Fact Sheet | [PDF - 106 KB]
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03-04-05 : Removes the requirement that municipalities hold a special election for initiatives and referendums if no regular election occurs within 75 days after certification. Gives municipalities the option of: holding the vote at the next regular election; holding the vote at an already scheduled special election occurring later than 60 days after certification of the petition; or ordering a special election if it determines it is in the best interest of the municipality and no regular election occurs within 75 days. Clarifies that an initiative or referendum special election cannot be held within 60 days of certification to allow ample time for procedural work.

SCR 2 : Rotary International Year 2005
Passed Legislature! Legis Resolve 4
Sponsored by Sen. Gary Stevens

Proclaiming 2005 as Rotary International Year.

Contact : : 465-4925
Last Action : Signed into Law : 05-17-05

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03-15-05 : Unanimously passed House. Proclaims 2005 as Rotary International Year in Alaska.


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