Alaska State Legislature

20 Senators
  • 13 Republicans
  • 7 Democrats
40 Representatives
  • 21 Republicans
  • 15 Democrats
  • 4 Independents

Bills

Recently Introduced

HB 271

An Act relating to the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority; and providing for an effective date.

HB 273

An Act relating to education; increasing the base student allocation; and providing for an effective date.

HB 267

An Act relating to curing a rejected absentee ballot; and providing for an effective date.

HB 268

An Act relating to driver's license renewal.

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Recently Passed

HCR 401

Authorizing the House of Representatives and the Senate to recess for a period of more than three days; requiring the House of Representatives and the Senate to convene on at least one additional calendar day on or before October 12, 2021, during the Fourth Special Session; and authorizing the presiding officers to convene their respective bodies as needed during the Fourth Special Session of the Thirty-Second Alaska State Legislature.

SB 3006

An Act relating to the right of patients to have a support person present during treatment and during stays at certain facilities; relating to utilization review requirements; making temporary changes to state law in response to the novel coronavirus disease; relating to telemedicine and telehealth; relating to background checks; and providing for an effective date.

  • Introduced Sep 02 2021
  • (H) SESSION CANCELED 9/14 Sep 14 2021
  • Sponsored by Senate Rules By Request Of The Governor

HB 3003

An Act making appropriations for the operating and loan program expenses of state government and for certain programs; capitalizing funds; making capital appropriations and supplemental appropriations; and providing for an effective date.

  • Introduced Aug 20 2021
  • (H) EFFECTIVE DATE(S) OF LAW SEE CHAPTER Oct 04 2021
  • Sponsored by House Rules By Request Of The Governor

HB 157

An Act requiring the disclosure of the identity of certain persons, groups, and nongroup entities that expend money in support of or in opposition to an application filed for a state referendum or recall election; relating to the location of offices for the Alaska Public Offices Commission and the locations at which certain statements and reports filed with the commission are made available; relating to the duties of the Alaska Public Offices Commission; clarifying the limits on making, accepting, and reporting certain cash campaign contributions; relating to campaign finance reporting by certain groups; increasing the time the Alaska Public Offices Commission has to respond to a request for an advisory opinion; repealing a reporting requirement for certain contributions; relating to contribution limits and recall campaigns; and providing for an effective date.

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
32nd Legislature (2021-2022) 543
31st Legislature (2019-2020) 674
30th Legislature (2017-2018) 649

Sources

Data on Open States is updated periodically throughout the day from the official website of the Alaska State Legislature.

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