Governor calls Special Session to begin Wednesday

Topics include:

  • Oil tax legislation
  • Gas pipeline
  • Tougher penalties for human trafficking
Governor Pipeline Photo

From Governor Parnell's "Legislative Priorities" webpage.

Where to go for information on session

Here are a few links to key information about this past session of the Alaska Legislature.

What bills and resolutions passed                                  Alaska Flag

Capital Budget FY 2013 SB160

Operating Budget FY 2013 HB 284

The Four Caucus Groups’ Sites:

 

A listing of all the bills that passed this session

This is from the Alaska Legislature’s official website…Maggie

Bills and Resolutions Passed by the Alaska Legislature in 2012 session.

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Bills and Resolutions Passed by

Both House and Senate This Session

BILL

SHORT TITLE

SPONSOR(s)

HB 6 REMOVING A REGENT GRUENBERG
HB 19 SPECIAL REQUEST LICENSE PLATES LYNN, GATTO
HB 21 SUICIDE PREVENTION COUNCIL MEMBERS ** FAIRCLOUGH, GARDNER
HB 56 INCLUDE ARSON IN CRIMES OF CONSPIRACY ** GATTO, GRUENBERG
HB 60 GEODUCK AQUATIC FARMING/SEED TRANSFER SEATON
HB 65 SENIOR CITIZEN HOUSING DEV. FUND GRANTS ** EDGMON, HERRON
HB 78 INCENTIVES FOR CERTAIN MEDICAL PROVIDERS HERRON
HB 121 LOAN FUNDS:CHARTERS/MARICULTURE/MICROLOAN RLS BY REQUEST OF THE GOVERNOR
HB 125 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD RLS BY REQUEST OF LEG BUDGET & AUDIT
HB 129 DECEASED VETERAN DEATH CERTIFICATE GRUENBERG
HB 131 COMMUNITY AND TRANSPORTATION ADV. BOARD MUNOZ
HB 144 REPORT ON FISHING STREAM ACCESS GARA
HB 146 LAND TRANSFER FROM STATE AND ALASKA RR T.WILSON
HB 169 LAA REVIEW OF PROPOSED REGULATIONS JUDICIARY
HB 196 BULK FUEL LOANS/POWER PROJECT FUND EDGMON
HB 216 REGULATIONS: INFORMATIVE SUMMARY/BILLS P.WILSON
HB 224 SALES OF NICOTINE PRODUCTS TO MINOR SEATON
HB 229 BIG GAME COMMERCIAL SERVICES BOARD FEIGE
HB 245 GAMING:SNOW CLASSIC/BROADCASTING/INTERNET HAWKER
HB 246 NAMING CERTAIN BRIDGES & AIRPORTS THOMAS
HB 247 ALASKA NATIONAL GUARD DAY ** LYNN, THOMPSON
HB 250 EXTEND RENEWABLE ENERGY GRANT FUND ** THOMAS, P.WILSON
HB 255 READING OR TYPING MESSAGE WHILE DRIVING ** GARA, THOMAS
HB 258 NATURALLY OCCURRING ASBESTOS JOULE
HB 261 COMMERCIAL FISHING ENTRY PERMIT LOANS ** EDGMON, MILLETT
HB 267 REAL ESTATE SALES LICENSEES/COM’N MUNOZ, OLSON
HB 269 COMMON INTEREST COMMUNITIES HOLMES
HB 274 UNFAIR TRADE PRACTICES HOLMES, OLSON
HB 286 G.O. BONDS: TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS RLS BY REQUEST OF THE GOVERNOR
HB 291 PUBLIC NOTICES POSTED AT POST OFFICES RLS BY REQUEST OF LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
HB 295 CLOSING CERTAIN LAND TO MINERAL ENTRY HAWKER
HB 296 ESCAPE/SERVICE ON PRISONERS/MONITORING JUDICIARY
HB 298 EXEMPTIONS FROM MINING TAX SEATON
HB 301 BOATING REGULATION: SUNSET/ENFORCEMENT AUSTERMAN
HB 307 SUPPLEMENTAL/CAPITAL/OTHER APPROPRIATIONS RLS BY REQUEST OF THE GOVERNOR
HB 310 STATE IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM HERRON
HB 311 REPORTS TO APOC RLS
HB 314 ALASKA RAILROAD LAND LEASES LABOR & COMMERCE
HB 316 MILITARY FACILITY ZONES THOMPSON
HB 333 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS/POET ACCTS HAWKER
HB 343 DISCLOSURE OF CHILDREN’S RECORDS MUNOZ
HB 361 DISPOSALS OF STATE RESOURCES/ROYALTIES RLS BY REQUEST OF THE GOVERNOR
HCR 18 COMMERCIAL FISHERIES PROGRAMS FISHERIES
HCR 20 AMERICAN HEART MONTH P.WILSON
HCR 23 ALASKA ARCTIC POLICY COMMISSION FINANCE
HCR 28 SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH COMMUNITY & REGIONAL AFFAIRS
HCR 29 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR SB 135 FINANCE
HCR 30 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR SB 210 JUDICIARY
HCR 33 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR SB 182 FINANCE
HCR 34 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR SB 25 LABOR & COMMERCE
HCR 35 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR SB 66 FINANCE
HCR 38 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR SB 104 RLS
HCR 39 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR SB 136 FINANCE
HJR 20 ROADLESS RULE & CHUGACH AND TONGASS HYDRO JOHANSEN
HJR 29 BLM LEGACY OIL WELL CLEAN UP/AWARENESS MILLETT
HJR 34 COAST GUARD ICEBREAKERS & ARCTIC BASE HERRON
SB 25 AIDEA: SUSTAINABLE ENERGY/ INTEREST RATE MCGUIRE
SB 30 RETURN OF SEIZED PROPERTY DYSON
SB 66 AIDEA: NEW MARKETS TAX CREDIT PROGRAM RLS BY REQUEST OF THE GOVERNOR
SB 74 INS. COVERAGE: AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER ELLIS
SB 82 FOSTER CARE LICENSING/STATE CUSTODY DAVIS
SB 86 PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE ADULTS/MINORS RLS BY REQUEST OF THE GOVERNOR
SB 89 LEGISLATIVE ETHICS ACT COGHILL
SB 91 SPORT FISHING GUIDING SERVICES MCGUIRE
SB 92 DENTISTS/DENTAL HYGIENISTS/ASSISTANTS EGAN
SB 104 MANUFACTURED HOMES AS REAL PROPERTY FRENCH
SB 119 ATHLETIC TRAINERS MEYER
SB 122 REAL ESTATE TRANSFER FEES/TITLE INSURANCE LABOR & COMMERCE
SB 125 MOTOR VEHICLE TRANSACTIONS MEYER
SB 127 FETAL ALCOHOL DISORDERS AWARENESS DAY MEYER
SB 130 ALASKA NATIVE LANGUAGE COUNCIL OLSON
SB 135 CRIME VICTIMS/ADVOCATE/DA/PD/CONTINUANCES FRENCH
SB 136 INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR EMPLOYING A VETERAN WIELECHOWSKI
SB 137 SUICIDE AWARENESS & PREVENTION TRAINING DAVIS
SB 140 CATHINONE BATH SALTS ** MEYER, GIESSEL
SB 151 FETAL ALCOHOL SPEC. DISORDER AS MITIGATOR MEYER
SB 173 2012 REVISOR’S BILL RLS BY REQUEST OF LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
SB 182 PUPIL TRANSPORTATION FUNDING EDUCATION
SB 202 RESUSCITATION PROTOCOL DOCUMENTS EGAN
SB 210 CRIMES/SENTENCING/PAROLE/VICTIMS MCGUIRE
SCR 11 WALTER HICKEL DAY OF THE ARCTIC FRENCH
SCR 16 CELIAC DISEASE AWARENESS MONTH GIESSEL
SCR 17 GIRL SCOUTS 100TH ANNIVERSARY DAVIS
SCR 18 RAOUL WALLENBERG REMEMBRANCE DAY DYSON
SCR 19 PROCLAIMING UNITED STATES MARSHALS DAY DYSON
SCR 20 DECORATION OF HONOR WIELECHOWSKI
SCR 21 UNIFORM RLS:EDUC./HSS STANDING COMMITTEES EDUCATION
SCR 24 COMMISSION ON 100TH ANNIV. OF LEGISLATURE RLS BY REQUEST
SCR 25 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR HJR 29 RESOURCES
SCR 26 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR HB 129 STATE AFFAIRS
SCR 28 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR HJR 20 RESOURCES
SCR 33 SUSPENDING UNIFORM RULES FOR HB 246 FINANCE
SCR 36 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR HB 333 RLS
SCR 37 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR HB 121 FINANCE
SCR 39 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR HB 361 FINANCE
SCR 41 SUSPEND UNIFORM RULES FOR HB 218 JUDICIARY
SJR 17 ARCTIC COUNCIL TASK FORCE MCGUIRE
SJR 20 RELOCATION OF 18TH F-16 SQUADRON STATE AFFAIRS

 

 

More legislative activity from tail end of session

From the House Majority…Maggie

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Bill Activity for  Apr. 16, 2012
As of: 01:00:04 am Alaska Time
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HB 104 : Alaska Performance Scholarships
  
Sponsor Statement: http://www.legis.state.ak.us/basis/get_jrn_page.asp?session=27&bill=HB104&jrn=0052&hse=H
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HB 121 : Loan Funds: Charters/ Mariculture/ Microloan
  Sponsored by the Hou. Rules by Request of the Governor
  An Act relating to certain commercial fishing loans and to loans for
  the purchase of fishing quota shares by certain community quota
  entities and establishing the commercial charter fisheries revolving
  loan fund, the mariculture revolving loan fund, and the Alaska
  microloan revolving loan fund and relating to those funds and loans
  from those funds; and providing for an effective date.

  Version: SCS CSHB 121(FIN)
  Status: PASSED (S) >> AWAIT TRANSMIT GOV

Sponsor Statement: http://www.legis.state.ak.us/basis/get_jrn_page.asp?session=27&bill=HB121&jrn=0107&hse=H
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HB 125 : Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by the Hou. Rules by Request
  of the  Legislative Budget & Audit Committee
  An Act moving the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board to the Department of
  Commerce, Community, and Economic Development and relating to duties of
  that department; relating to the exercise of peace officer powers
  granted by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; and providing for an
  effective date.

  Version: CSHB 125(L&C)(EFD AM)
  Status: (S) RLS >> PASSED (S)
  Contact: Juli Lucky, 465-4949

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb125-46
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HB 190 : PFD Allowable Absence
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by Rep. Eric Feige 
  An Act relating to allowable absences from the state for purposes of
  eligibility for permanent fund dividends; and providing for an
  effective date.

  Version: CSSSHB 190(FIN)
  Status: (S) RLS >> (S) SUP CAL 4/15
  Contact: Michael Paschall, 465-5446

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb190-113
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HB 264 : Muni Property Tax Deferral: Subdivisions
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by Rep. Cathy Munoz 
  An Act allowing a deferral of municipal property taxes on the increase
  in the value of real property attributable to subdivision of that
  property; and providing for an effective date.

  Status: PASSED (S) >> WITHDRAWN BY SPONSO
  Contact: Christopher Clark, 465-3789

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb264-238
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HB 279 : Extending Certain Boards & Commissions

  Contact: Juli Lucky, 465-4949

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb279-249
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HB 282 : Military Training Credit/Temp. License
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by Rep. Bill Thomas 
  An Act relating to applying military education, training, and service
  credit to occupational licensing and certain postsecondary education
  and employment training requirements; providing for a temporary
  occupational license for qualified military service members; and
  providing for an effective date.

  Version: CSHB 282(FIN)
  Status: (S) RLS >> (S) SUP CAL 4/15
  Contact: Aaron Schroeder, 465-3732

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb282-185
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HB 284 : Appropriation: Operating Budget/ Loans/ Funds
  Sponsored by the Hou. Rules by Request of the Governor
  An Act making appropriations for the operating and loan program
  expenses of state government and for certain programs, capitalizing
  funds, amending appropriations, and making reappropriations; and
  providing for an effective date.

  Version: CCS HB 284
  Status: CC REPORT ADPTD (H) >> AWAIT TRANSMIT GOV

Bill Info: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb284
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HB 285 : Appropriation: Mental Health Budget
  Sponsored by the Hou. Rules by Request of the Governor
  An Act making appropriations for the operating and capital expenses of
  the state's integrated comprehensive mental health program; and
  providing for an effective date.

  Version: CCS HB 285
  Status: CC REPORT ADPTD (H) >> AWAIT TRANSMIT GOV

Bill Info: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb285
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HB 286 : General Obligation Bonds: Transportation Projects
  Sponsored by the Hou. Rules by Request of the Governor
  An Act providing for and relating to the issuance of general obligation
  bonds for the purpose of paying the cost of state transportation
  projects; and providing for an effective date.

  Version: SCS CSHB 286(FIN)
  Status: PASSED (S) >> AWAIT TRANSMIT GOV

Bill Info: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb286
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HB 295 : Closing Certain Land To Mineral Entry
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by Rep. Mike Hawker 
  An Act approving an interim classification by the commissioner of
  natural resources closing certain land within the Glacier Creek and
  Winner Creek drainages to new mineral entry; amending the mineral entry
  closure in sec. 2, ch. 8, SLA 2003, for certain land within the Glacier
  Creek and Winner Creek drainages; and providing for an effective date.

  Version: CSHB 295(RES)
  Status: (S) SUP CAL 4/15 >> PASSED (S)
  Contact: Juli Lucky, 465-4949

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb295-339
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HB 298 : Exemptions From Mining Tax
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton 
  An Act exempting quarry rock, sand and gravel, and marketable earth
  mining operations from the mining license tax; and providing for an
  effective date.

  Version: CSHB 298(FIN)
  Status: (S) SUP CAL 4/15 >> PASSED (S)
  Contact: Louie Flora, 465-3923

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb298-210
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HB 340 : Petersville Recreational Mining Area
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by Rep. Mark Neuman 
  An Act relating to the reservation of certain mining claims from all
  uses incompatible with the purposes for establishing the Petersville
  Recreational Mining Area.

  Status: (S) RLS >> (S) SUP CAL 4/15
  Contact: Rex Shattuck, 465-2679

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb340-263
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HB 345 : Waive Cdl Skill Test For Certain Veterans
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by Rep. Dan Saddler 
  An Act relating to regulations adopted by the Department of
  Administration waiving the commercial motor vehicle driving skills test
  for certain drivers with military commercial motor vehicle experience.

  Status: (S) RLS >> (S) SUP CAL 4/15
  Contact: Lynne Smith, 465-3783

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb345-318
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HB 359 : Sex Crimes; Testimony By Video Conference
  Sponsored by the Hou. Rules by Request of the Governor
  An Act relating to conspiracy to commit human trafficking in the first
  degree or sex trafficking in the first degree; relating to the crime of
  distribution of indecent material to minors, the crime of online
  enticement of a minor, the crime of prostitution, and the crime of sex
  trafficking; relating to forfeiture of property used in prostitution
  offenses; relating to testimony by video conference; adding Rule 38.3,
  Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure; and providing for an effective
  date.

  Version: CSHB 359(FIN) AM
  Status: (S) RLS >> (S) SUP CAL 4/15

Bill Info: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb359
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HB 361 : Disposals Of State Resources/Royalties
  Sponsored by the Hou. Rules by Request of the Governor
  An Act relating to the Alaska Land Act, including certain leases,
  sales, and other disposals of state land and materials; relating to
  production royalties from miners; providing for the conveyance of
  certain land to the City and Borough of Juneau for the construction of
  the Auke Bay commercial loading facility; and providing for an
  effective date.

  Version: SCS CSHB 361(FIN)
  Status: (S) SUP CAL 4/15 >> AWAIT TRANSMIT GOV

Bill Info: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb361
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HB 366 : Disaster Planning And Services
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by the Hou. C & R Affairs 
  An Act establishing an Alaska intrastate mutual aid system and relating
  to the duties of the Alaska division of homeland security and emergency
  management and the duties of the Alaska State Emergency Response
  Commission.

  Status: (S) SUP CAL 4/15 >> PASSED (S)
  Contact: Terry Harvey, 465-5392

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hb366-312
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HCR 24 : State Food Resource Development Group
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by Rep. Bill Stoltze 
  Relating to the establishment and operation of a state food resource
  development working group.

  Version: CSHCR 24(FIN)
  Status: (S) RLS >> (S) SUP CAL 4/15
  Contact: Darrell Breese, 465-4958

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hcr24-329
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HCR 32 : Suspend Uniform Rules For SB 23
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by the Hou. Finance 
  Suspending Rules 24(c), 35, 41(b), and 42(e), Uniform Rules of the
  Alaska State Legislature, concerning Senate Bill No. 23, relating to
  transferable film production tax credits and film production tax credit
  certificates; and requiring the legislative audit division to audit the
  Alaska film production incentive program.

  Status: PASSED (H) >> PASSED (S)

Bill Info: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hcr32
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HCR 33 : Suspend Uniform Rules For SB 182
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by the Hou. Finance 
  Suspending Rules 24(c), 35, 41(b), and 42(e), Uniform Rules of the
  Alaska State Legislature, concerning Senate Bill No. 182, amending the
  amount of state funding provided to school districts for pupil
  transportation.

  Status: PASSED (H) >> PASSED (S)

Bill Info: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hcr33
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HCR 34 : Suspend Uniform Rules For SB 25
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by the Hou. Labor & Com. 
  Suspending Rules 24(c), 35, 41(b), and 42(e), Uniform Rules of the
  Alaska State Legislature, concerning Senate Bill No. 25, establishing
  the sustainable energy transmission and supply development program in
  the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority; relating to the
  interest rates of the Alaska Industrial Development and Export
  Authority; and relating to taxes paid on interests in property owned by
  the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority and to the local
  contribution for public education funding related to that property.

  Status: TRANSMITTED TO (S) >> PASSED (S)

Bill Info: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hcr34
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HCR 36 : Suspend Uniform Rules For SB 119
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by the Hou. Labor & Com. 
  Suspending Rules 24(c), 35, 41(b), and 42(e), Uniform Rules of the
  Alaska State Legislature, concerning Senate Bill No. 119, relating to
  athletic trainers.

  Status: PASSED (H) >> PASSED (S)

Bill Info: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hcr36
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HJR 32 : Remove Wood Bison From Endangered List
  * House Majority Legislation
  Sponsored by Rep. Alan Dick 
  Urging the United States Congress to remove wood bison from protection
  under the Endangered Species Act of 1973 and to grant control of wood
  bison in Alaska to the state.

  Version: CSHJR 32(RES)
  Status: (S) RLS >> (S) SUP CAL 4/15
  Contact: Paul Verhagen, 465-2847

Sponsor Statement: http://www.housemajority.org/spon.php?id=27hjr32-328

Legislature creates fund to finance energy projects in Alaska

Press release from the Senate Bipartisan Majority….Maggie

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Senate Bill 25 creates the Alaska Sustainable Strategy for Energy Transmission and Supply

JUNEAU-The Alaska State Legislature has passed Senate Bill 25, the Alaska Sustainable Strategy for Energy Transmission and Supply (ASSETS).   Senate Bill 25, sponsored by Senator Lesil McGuire (Anchorage) and Representative Lance Pruitt (Anchorage), establishes a new fund within the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA) for the purpose of financing or facilitating the financing of energy projects in Alaska.

“At the Arctic Imperative Conference in Girdwood last year I presented alongside individuals who represented large, multi-national investors like Guggenheim and Citigroup,” said Senator McGuire. “I was inspired by the discussion of how private sector investment can be attracted through co-investment by the State and other financing mechanisms.” Senate Bill 25 empowers AIDEA to work with the private sector to finance, or facilitate the financing of energy projects in Alaska. The bill creates a new fund within AIDEA, the Sustainable Energy Transmission Supply Development fund (SETS), which was capitalized with $125,000,000 in the fiscal year 2013 operating budget passed by the Legislature.

Unlike other revolving loan funds, AIDEA pays a dividend from its earnings to the State. “With billions in savings invested in the capital markets, Alaska is promoting economic activity outside while our companies, electric cooperatives and communities look elsewhere for financing,” said Senator McGuire. “Our goal in sponsoring Senate Bill 25 was to put a small portion of those savings to work in Alaska to create jobs, industry and new revenues for the state.”

The House version of Senate Bill 25 (HB 357) was sponsored by Representative Lance Pruitt (R-Anchorage) who chairs the House Energy Committee. “Energy is the foundation of our state and access to affordable, reliable energy is the key to unlocking our resources and diversifying our economy,” said Representative Pruitt. “In the House Energy Committee, we have worked with communities, businesses and Alaskans and I have heard again and again that access to capital is a serious obstacle to developing new energy projects in Alaska.”

Senate Bill 25 provides access to capital by allowing AIDEA to enter into public-private partnerships, guarantee loans and bonds and defer principal payments. The bill also allows AIDEA to offer long-term financing of up to 50 years for hydroelectric and transmission projects. “With declining throughput in the Trans-Alaska Pipeline,” said Senator McGuire, “now is the time to responsibly diversify our economy by providing access to capital instead of simply grants so that the next generation has the resources to build on the foundation we build today.”

Senate Bill 25 now heads to Governor Parnell for his signature.

For more information, please contact Michael Pawlowski in Senator McGuire’s office at 907-465-2995.

 

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