Alaska Bills

sponsored by Tom McKay

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
HJR 23 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
Proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Alaska relating to an appropriation limit.
Jan 18 2022 (H) Referred To Ways & Means
Jan 18 2022
HB 252 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
An Act relating to the right of patients to have a support person present during treatment and during stays at certain facilities.
Jan 18 2022 (H) Referred To State Affairs
Jan 18 2022
HB 258 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
An Act relating to an appropriation limit; relating to the budget responsibilities of the governor; and providing for an effective date.
Jan 18 2022 (H) Referred To Ways & Means
Jan 18 2022
HB 175 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
An Act relating to COVID-19 immunization rights.
Apr 14 2021 (H) Cosponsor(S): Mckay
Oct 26 2021
HJR 14 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
Supporting the passage by the United States Congress of the SAFE Banking Act of 2019, sec. 110606 of the Heroes Act, or similar legislation relating to cannabis-related legitimate businesses' access to financial services.
Mar 05 2021 (H) Permanently Filed 6/16 Legis Resolve 6
Jun 17 2021
HB 208 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
An Act relating to certain rail properties conveyed to the state under the Alaska Railroad Transfer Act.
May 12 2021 (H) Cosponsor(S): Mckay
Jun 15 2021
HJR 12 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
Urging the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, to honor the recent lease sales and proceed with permitting in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; urging the President of the United States to defend the 2020 Record of Decision approving the Coastal Plain Oil and Gas Leasing Program in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; opposing designation of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as a National Monument; urging the Alaska delegation in Congress to work to repeal sec. 20001(b)(5) of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 to honor the Alaska Statehood Act with respect to the state's share of bonuses, royalties, and rentals from exploration and development in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; and requesting that the Alaska delegation in Congress defeat any effort to alter or repeal other provisions of sec. 20001 of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 if the result would adversely affect oil and gas development efforts in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Feb 18 2021 (H) Permanently Filed 5/12 Legis Resolve 2
May 13 2021
HB 185 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
An Act relating to the transferability of hunts awarded by drawing; and providing for an effective date.
Apr 21 2021 (H) -- Meeting Canceled --
May 07 2021
HB 205 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
An Act reserving to the state the authority to regulate pesticides; restricting the authority of local governments to regulate pesticides; and providing for an effective date.
May 06 2021 (H) Referred To Community & Regional Affairs
May 06 2021
HB 196 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
An Act relating to voting and elections; relating to voter registration; relating to ballots and a system of tracking and accounting for ballots; relating to retention of election data; designating as a class A misdemeanor the collection of ballots from other voters; designating as a class C felony intentionally opening or tampering with a sealed ballot, certificate, or package of ballots without authorization from the director of the division of elections; designating as a class C felony breaching, hacking, altering, or tampering with election data or ballots; designating as a class B felony election fraud; designating as a class C felony sharing election data results before the close of the polls on election day; and providing for an effective date.
Apr 28 2021 (H) Referred To Judiciary
Apr 28 2021
HB 179 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
An Act relating to firearms and other weapons restrictions.
Apr 16 2021 (H) Cosponsor(S): Lebon, Mccarty
Apr 26 2021
HJR 11 (32nd Legislature (2021-2022))
Requesting the United States Congress to pass legislation that provides a temporary waiver of the Passenger Vessel Services Act to allow cruise ships to sail directly to the state from other United States ports.
Feb 18 2021 (H) Cosponsor(S): Carpenter
Mar 12 2021

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