I introduced a number of bills and resolutions during the 28th legislative session (2013). Listed below are the bills that were introduced, passed, and signed by the governor. For more information, or to follow the progress on any bills, see the Bill Action Status Information System BASIS.
HB21 ”An Act relating to the length of a school week; and providing for an effective
HB 30 “An Act relating to performance reviews, audits, and termination of executive and legislative branch agencies, the University of Alaska, and the Alaska Court System; and providing for an effective date.”
HB 108 “An Act relating to electronic citations; creating the electronic citation fund; and providing for an effective data.”
HB 122 “An Act making a special appropriation to the transportation infrastructure fund; and providing for an effective date.”
HB 123 “An Act relating to the transportation infrastructure fund, to local public transportation, to the municipal harbor facility grant fund, to motor fuel taxes, to the motor vehicle registration fee, to driver’s license fees, to identification card fees, to the studded tire tax, to the vehicle rental tax, and to other fees and taxes related to motor vehicles; creating the Alaska Transportation Panel; and providing for an effective date.”
HJR 10 “Proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Alaska creating a transportation infrastructure fun.”
To follow the action as it happens - watch AlaskaLegislature.tv, which provides total access to all legislative hearings held in the Capitol. All committee rooms in the Capitol are outfitted to stream live video and audio of meetings to the web. Streams will be available shortly before the meeting starts and the audio will only be live when the committee is “on-the-record.”
The best coverage of the Legislature still comes from Gavel-to-Gavel Alaska. They’ve revamped their website, gavelalaska.org which makes it easier to watch archived hearings. You can also catch it on TV.