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Today, the Alaska State Legislature adjourned the 30th Legislature. House Republicans remained committed to their guiding principles and conservative values, and fought for spending reductions, job creation, economic recovery, public safety and personal freedoms.
Today the Alaska Legislature passed a critically important public safety bill (HB 312) co-sponsored by Rep. Chuck Kopp (R - Anchorage). He released the following statement.
Licenses for recreational hunting, fishing and trapping in Alaska will join the 21st century, after today’s final passage of Representative Dan Saddler’s House Bill 260 authorizing licenses to be carried electronically, as well as in traditional paper form.
Today, the Alaska Legislature passed a bill which will provide elderly Alaskans and those experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities, a new tool to live happier, fuller, more self-directed and individualized lives.
Passage of House Bill 333 provides municipalities an additional tool for increasing student safety. The bill gives municipalities the ability to limit cell phone use while driving in a school zone.
Legislature Passes Key Piece of Legislation to Support Victims of Crimes Establishing the Restorative Justice Account
Representative Chuck Kopp (R-Anchorage) put forward House Bill 216 when he saw an unjust imbalance of the use of a fund established thirty years ago to help crime survivors. Over the years, most of the fund stopped being used for crime victims.