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Recent House Bill Activity 02-12-10

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Bill Activity for Feb. 12, 2010
As of: 12:00:01 pm Alaska Time
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HB 20 : Fisheries Loans: Energy Efficiency/Amount
Sponsored by Rep. Bryce Edgmon, Rep. Robert Buch
An Act relating to commercial fishing loans for energy efficiency
upgrades and increasing the maximum amount for certain loans under the
Commercial Fishing Loan Act; and providing for an effective date.

Version: CSHB 20(FIN)
Status: (S) RES >> (S) FIN
Contact: Timothy Clark, 465-2839

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=26hb20-47
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HB 276 : Fort Rousseau Causeway Hist Park
Sponsored by Rep. Peggy Wilson
An Act amending the description of parcels within the Fort Rousseau
Causeway State Historical Park; and providing for an effective date.

Version: CSHB 276(CRA)
Status: TRANSMITTED TO (S) >> (S) CRA
Contact: Reid Harris, 465-6887

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=26hb276-311
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Bill Activity for Feb. 12, 2010
As of: 11:00:02 am Alaska Time
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HB 298 : Sex Offenses; Offender Registration; Sentencing
Sponsored by the Hou. Rules by Request of the Governor
An Act relating to the crimes of harassment, distribution and
possession of child pornography, and distribution of indecent material
to a minor; relating to suspending imposition of sentence and
conditions of probation or parole for human trafficking or for certain
sex offenses; relating to aggravating factors in sentencing; relating
to registration as a sex offender or child kidnapper; relating to
administrative subpoenas for certain records involving exploitation of
children; amending Rule 16, Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure; and
providing for an effective date.

Status: (H) JUD >> (H) FIN

Sponsor Statement: http://www.legis.state.ak.us/basis/get_jrn_page.asp?session=26&bill=HB298&jrn=1297&hse=H
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HB 317 : Education Funding: Basic/ Special Needs/ Transport
Sponsored by the Hou. Education
An Act increasing the special needs funding and base student allocation
for public schools, and extending the adjustment for student
transportation funding; and providing for an effective date.

Status: (H) EDC >> (H) FIN
Contact: Katie Koester, 465-2689

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=26hb317-307
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HB 319 : Firearms
Sponsored by Rep. Mike Hawker
An Act relating to firearms.

Status: (H) JUD >> (H) FIN
Hearing: (H) FIN 2010-02-16 1:30 PM

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=26hb319-313
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House Majority E-News for Feb 11, 2009

ANS Crude: $75.28 Henry Hub: $5.50

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AFN Throws Support Behind House Energy Omnibus Bill

(Juneau) - Today leaders of the Alaska Federation of Natives threw
their support behind the House Special Committee on Energy's 2010
Omnibus Energy Legislation. AFN President Julie Kitka and other AFN
leaders testified to the committee this afternoon to express the
organization's support for the comprehensive energy bill.

"Rural Alaska is ready and waiting for inclusive energy legislation
that can make rural communities remain sustainable," said energy
co-chair Bryce Edgmon, D-Dillingham. "The committee really appreciates
the insight and support that AFN brought to the meeting today."

"Energy is on the minds of all Alaskans right now," said committee
co-chair Charisse Millett, R-Anchorage. "Today's testimony from AFN
leaders is similar to what we heard in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Nome and
Kotzebue. Alaskans expect a wide ranging energy bill on the books this
year."

The full text of this release can be found below:

http://www.housemajority.org/item.php?id=item20100211-514

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House Majority Audio Actualities For Thursday

Today, the House State Affairs Committee held a hearing regarding the
recent United States Supreme Court ruling on union and corporate
entities and campaign contributions. Committee Chair Lynn talks about
the purpose of having the discussion as it relates to Alaska, and
outlines what he hopes the conclusions reached will accomplish.

The audio actuality can be found below:

http://www.housemajority.org/item.php?id=item20100211-513


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