List of prefiled bills for 2012 Alaska legislative session

Associated PressJanuary 6, 2012 

JUNEAU -- A list of the prefiled bills released today, with the bill number, sponsor and partial title:

--HB243, Rep. Scott Kawasaki, prohibiting certain automated telephone solicitations;

--HB244, Kawasaki, providing that for-profit corporations and limited liability companies organized in the state are not persons for purpose of influencing the outcomes of public office elections, initiatives, referendums or recalls;

--HB245, Rep. Mike Hawker, establishing a snow classic as an authorized form of charitable gaming;

--HB246, Rep. Bill Thomas, naming certain bridges;

--HB247, Rep. Bob Lynn, establishing July 30 each year as Alaska National Guard Day;

--HB248, Rep. Alan Dick, naming the Al Wright Airport at Minto;

--HB249, Dick, naming the Koyukuk Station Veterans' Airport at Koyukuk;

--HB250, Thomas, relating to the renewable energy grant fund and recommendation program;

--HB251, Dick, relating to the Board of Veterinary Examiners and the practice of veterinary medicine;

--HB252, Rep. Mia Costello, exempting certain small businesses from the corporate income tax;

--HB253, Rep. Bill Stoltze, classifying certain substances as schedule IIA controlled substances;

--HB254, Dick, establishing the Alaska Native Language Preservation and Advisory Council and relating to the preservation, restoration and revitalization of Alaska Native languages;

--HB255, Thomas, Rep. Les Gara, prohibiting a driver from reading or typing a text message or other nonvoice message or communication on a cell phone, computer or personal data assistant while driving a motor vehicle;

--HB256, Dick, repealing provisions relating to the power and duties of the state education department to intervene in a school district to improve instructional practices;

--HB257, Rep. Beth Kerttula, relating to time limitations on applications for compensation to victims of crime by the Violent Crimes Compensation Board;

--SB134, Sen. Albert Kookesh, relating to child support awards;

--SB135, Sen. Hollis French, relating to rights of crime victims;

--SB136, Sen. Bill Wielechowski, providing tax credit for employing an Alaska veteran;

--SB137, Sen. Bettye Davis, requiring suicide awareness and prevention training for certain school personnel;

--SB138, Wielechowski, Davis, Sens. Dennis Egan, Johnny Ellis, relating to inclusion of charges of a vendor of goods or services on the bills of certain telecommunications carriers;

--SB139, Davis, increasing the base student allocation for public schools;

--SB140, Sens. Kevin Meyer, Cathy Giessel, Donny Olson, classifying certain substances as schedule IIA controlled substances;

--SB141, Ellis, Wielechowski, Davis, Sen. Tom Wagoner, creating the Alaska pension trust reserve fund;

--SB142, Ellis, Wielechowski, Davis, Wagoner, making appropriations from the constitutional budget reserve fund, under the constitution, to the Alaska Permanent Fund and Alaska pension trust reserve fund;

--SB143, Giessel, by request, relating to the Board of Registration for Architects, Engineers and Land Surveyors and to the department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development;

--SB144, Giessel, Olson, temporarily reinstating the child and health immunization program in the state health department;

--SB145, Wagoner, Sen. John Coghill, providing for a credit against the oil and gas production tax for costs incurred in drilling certain oil or natural gas exploration wells in the Nenana Basin;

--SB146, Giessel, establishing a snow classic as an authorized form of charitable gaming;

--SB147, Kookesh, relating to an Alaska Water and Sewer Task Force; and

--SJR10, Wielechowski, proposing an amendment to the constitution relating to deposits to the constitutional budget reserve fund from surplus oil revenue.

Source: Alaska Legislature

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