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Sponsor Statements

HB5 - An Act relating to payment of health benefit premiums for a surviving spouse and dependent child of certain peace officers and firefighters who die in the line of duty

HB6 - Establishing a Jonesville Public Use area

HB9 - An Act relating to the Board of Pharmacy licensing, inspection of certain facilities located outside the state, drug supply chain security and creating a position of executive administrator for the Board of Pharmacy

HB10 - Makes all Alaska's children equal by changing unequitable standards within CINA and ICWA

HB12 - Requires a court order before a child can be removed from a home outside of emergency situations 

HB24 - Helping law enforcement and state officials combat opioid epidemic

HB66 - An Act making a special appropriation from the earnings reserve account for the payment of permanent fund dividend

HB67 - Welfare Reform (Requiring able-bodied adults without dependents to participate in work, training, or volunteering)

HB68 - Welfare Reform (Requiring Non-Custodial Parents to make a good faith effort to pay child support)

HB93 - Giving homeowners and homesteaders rights over their property which are at risk due to railroad right of ways

HB107 - A bill to naturally enhance Alaska fish populations

HB116 - To Abolish the 1% For Art Subsidy Program

HB139 - Removes OCS ability to place "Barrier Condition" on person's never convicted of a crime

HB140 - Requires a jury trial before a decision to terminate parental rights

HB149 - Lengthens the time period for Board of Fish meetings from 3 to 5 years.  Also includes Kenai as a possible meeting site for the Southcentral meetings.

HB156 - Authorizes municipalities to exempt or defer all or parts of real and personal property taxes by ordinance for economic development purposes

HB158 - To Reduce Requirements for State Offices Maintained by APOC

HB161 - Requiring a vote by Alaskans before Permanent Fund earnings can be used to fund government

HB168 - Repeals all statutes for Admin Reg Review which is no longer funded

HB178 - The 2017 Alaska Veterans Memorials Act 

HB183 - Creating land sales through opptional use of an Alaskans PFD check

HB185 - Requiring the annual legislative session be held within the Municipality of Anchorage

HB186 - Increasing food donations and lowering food waste by removing liability for donating expired items

HB187An act protecting the Permanent Fund by using the Earnings Reserve Account, where half of the money goes first for payment of the dividend and the other half to be used on essential state services 

HB190 - Allowing requested oral testimony prior to regulation changes

HB192 - An act proposing $600 million in budget cuts over 4 years, a spending cap and a POMV draw of 50/50

HB198 - Bringing the rate of legislators per diem in line with all other State of Alaska employees

HB202 - Expanding telecommunication availability for the deaf and hard of hearing community

HB205 - The 2017 Alaska Sanctuary Cities Act (To Ban Sanctuary Cities in Alaska)

HB206Removes barriers that make installations of satellite and high speed internet capabilities·in Alaska very costly or impractical 

HB208 - An act relating to trusts and powers of appointment

HB216 - Establishing the restorative justice account

HB241 - Provides if the legislature does not pass an operating budget in the first 90 days of the regular session, per diem payments are stopped until the budget is passed

HB250 - Providing the same level of protection for unborn children as all Alaskans as outlined in the state constitution

HB251 - Allows any Alaska judge or justice who exercises legislative power to be found guilty of malfeasance and impeached

HB257 - Protecting the personal information, including address, of a person who files for a restraining order

HB260 - Allowing hunting & fishing licenses to be provided electronically

HB311 - keeps the effective reforms of SB91 in place, while repealing the components of SB91 that created a public safety deficit and opened a gateway to crime in our state

HB335 - Gives judicial officers ultimate control over pre-trial releases and requires that all factors affecting community safety be evaluated prior to bail

HB356 - Incentivizing work and community engagement among the able-bodied Medicaid beneficiaries 

HCR5 - Amending the Uniform Rules of the Alaska Legislature In Accordance with Common Practice as Regards Membership in the Committee on Committees

HCR7 - Resolution stating regulations will be dealt with by standing committees.

HCR10 - Requests the governor support the G alternative for the Sterling Highway Milepost 45-60 project; the Cooper Landing Bypass

HJR2 - Proposing an amendment to Alaska's constitution regarding the spending limit

HJR10 - Urging Congress to pass the improved National Monument Designation Process Act

HJR15 - Encouraging the repeal of Real ID Act

 

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