Enrolled SB 173: Making corrective amendments to the Alaska Statutes as recommended by the revisor of statutes; and providing for an effective date.

00Enrolled SB 173 01 Making corrective amendments to the Alaska Statutes as recommended by the revisor of 02 statutes; and providing for an effective date. 03 _______________ 04 * Section 1. AS 18.50.165(a) is amended to read: 05 (a) The state registrar shall prepare a form for use in acknowledging paternity 06 under AS 25.20.055. The [ON AND AFTER JULY 1, 1997, THE] form must comply 07 with the minimum requirements of 42 U.S.C. 652(a)(7). The form must include 08 (1) a statement that the man who signs the form is acknowledging that 09 the man is the natural father of the child named in the form and that the man assumes 10 the parental duty of support of that child; 11 (2) the address and social security number of both parents of the child 12 named in the form; 13 (3) signature lines for both parents; 14 (4) a signature line for either a witness or notary public; and

01 (5) [ON AND AFTER JULY 1, 1997,] a statement that 02 (A) sets out the legal consequences to and the rights and 03 responsibilities of the mother and the man acknowledging paternity of signing 04 the form, including 05 (i) if one of the parents is a minor, any rights given due 06 to minority status; 07 (ii) legal alternatives to signing the form; and 08 (iii) the legal responsibility that arises from signing the 09 form; 10 (B) the mother and the man acknowledging paternity have been 11 notified that, unless fraud, duress, or material mistake of fact is shown in 12 accordance with AS 25.20.050, the acknowledgment may only be rescinded by 13 the earlier of the following dates: 14 (i) 60 days after the date of the person's signature; or 15 (ii) the date of initiation of an administrative or judicial 16 procedure to establish support of the child in which the person is a 17 party; and 18 (C) the mother and the man acknowledging paternity have read 19 and understand the contents of the form. 20 * Sec. 2. AS 18.56.110(g) is amended to read: 21 (g) Notwithstanding AS 18.56.090(a)(11) and (a) of this section, the 22 corporation may not issue bonds in any 12-month period [BEGINNING AFTER 23 JUNE 30, 1983,] in an amount that exceeds the amount of bonds authorized to be 24 issued during the preceding period, unless a different amount is authorized by the 25 legislature. This subsection does not apply to 26 (1) the issuance by the corporation of refunding bonds; 27 (2) the issuance by the corporation of bonds the proceeds of which are 28 intended to be used to refinance mortgage loans held by the corporation; or 29 (3) the issuance by a subsidiary of the corporation of bonds to prepay 30 all or a portion of a governmental employer's share of unfunded accrued actuarial 31 liability of retirement systems if the board of the subsidiary first finds that the

01 actuarially assumed rate of return on the funds managed by the Alaska Retirement 02 Management Board is projected to exceed the true interest cost to be paid on the bonds 03 by at least 1.5 percent annually. 04 * Sec. 3. AS 26.05.060 is amended to read: 05 Sec. 26.05.060. Control of Alaska National Guard and Alaska Naval 06 Militia. The governor as ex officio commander of the militia of the state has command 07 of the Alaska National Guard and the Alaska Naval Militia while they are not in active 08 federal service. The governor may adopt necessary regulations for them. The [NOT 09 INCONSISTENT WITH 48 U.S.C. 473 - 479. EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE 10 PRESCRIBED BY THOSE SECTIONS, THE] Alaska National Guard and the Alaska 11 Naval Militia and their members are subject to all federal laws and regulations relating 12 to the National Guard and Naval Militia of the several states and territories and of the 13 United States. 14 * Sec. 4. AS 29.60.800 is amended to read: 15 Sec. 29.60.800. Harbor [MUNICIPAL HARBOR] facility grant fund. (a) 16 There is established the [MUNICIPAL] harbor facility grant fund consisting of money 17 appropriated to the fund. Each fiscal year, the legislature may appropriate money to 18 the fund from the watercraft fuel tax account (AS 43.40.010(f)) and from the fisheries 19 business tax collected under AS 43.75.015 after payments to municipalities are made 20 under AS 43.75.130. The legislature may make other appropriations to the fund. The 21 legislature may appropriate to the fund income earned on money in the fund. 22 (b) Money appropriated to the [MUNICIPAL] harbor facility grant fund may 23 be expended by the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for 24 [MUNICIPAL] harbor facility grants without further appropriation. Money in the fund 25 does not lapse and remains available for expenditure in successive fiscal years. 26 (c) Each fiscal year, the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities 27 shall use an amount equal to at least 50 percent of the balance of the [MUNICIPAL] 28 harbor facility grant fund on June 30 of the preceding fiscal year for [MUNICIPAL] 29 harbor facility grants. 30 * Sec. 5. AS 42.05.711(r) is amended to read: 31 (r) A plant or facility that generates electricity entirely from renewable energy

01 resources [, AS THAT TERM IS DEFINED IN AS 42.45.045,] is exempt from 02 regulation under this chapter if 03 (1) the plant or facility 04 (A) is first placed into commercial operation on or after 05 August 31, 2010, [THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS SUBSECTION] and 06 before January 1, 2016; and 07 (B) does not generate more than 65 megawatts of electricity; 08 (2) the electricity generated by the plant or facility is sold only to one 09 or more electric utilities that are regulated by the commission; and 10 (3) the person that constructs, owns, acquires, or operates the plant or 11 facility has not received from the state 12 (A) a grant that was used to generate the electricity from the 13 renewable energy resources; or 14 (B) a tax credit related to the generation of electricity from the 15 renewable energy resources. 16 * Sec. 6. AS 42.05.711 is amended by adding a new subsection to read: 17 (s) In this section, "renewable energy resources" means 18 (1) wind, solar, geothermal, wasteheat recovery, hydrothermal, wave, 19 tidal, river in-stream, or hydropower; 20 (2) low-emission nontoxic biomass based on solid or liquid organic 21 fuels from wood, forest and field residues, or animal or fish products; 22 (3) dedicated energy crops available on a renewable basis; or 23 (4) landfill gas and digester gas. 24 * Sec. 7. AS 43.20.014(f)(1) is amended to read: 25 (1) "school district" means a borough school district, a city school 26 district, a regional educational attendance area, or a state boarding school [HAS 27 THE MEANING GIVEN IN AS 14.03.126]; 28 * Sec. 8. AS 43.55.019(g)(1) is amended to read: 29 (1) "school district" has the meaning given in AS 43.20.014 30 [AS 14.03.126]; 31 * Sec. 9. AS 43.56.018(f)(1) is amended to read:

01 (1) "school district" has the meaning given in AS 43.20.014 02 [AS 14.03.126]; 03 * Sec. 10. AS 43.65.018(f)(1) is amended to read: 04 (1) "school district" has the meaning given in AS 43.20.014 05 [AS 14.03.126]; 06 * Sec. 11. AS 43.75.018(f)(1) is amended to read: 07 (1) "school district" has the meaning given in AS 43.20.014 08 [AS 14.03.126]; 09 * Sec. 12. AS 43.77.045(f)(1) is amended to read: 10 (1) "school district" has the meaning given in AS 43.20.014 11 [AS 14.03.126]; 12 * Sec. 13. AS 44.62.190(a) is amended to read: 13 (a) At least 30 days before the adoption, amendment, or repeal of a regulation, 14 notice of the proposed action shall be 15 (1) published in the newspaper of general circulation or trade or 16 industry publication that the state agency prescribes and posted on the Alaska Online 17 Public Notice System; in the discretion of the state agency giving the notice, the 18 requirement of publication in a newspaper or trade or industry publication may be 19 satisfied by using a combination of publication and broadcasting; when broadcasting 20 the notice, an agency may use an abbreviated form of the notice if the broadcast 21 provides the name and date of the newspaper or trade or industry journal and the 22 Internet address of the Alaska Online Public Notice System where the full text of the 23 notice can be found; 24 (2) furnished to every person who has filed a request for notice of 25 proposed action with the state agency; 26 (3) if the agency is within a department, furnished to the commissioner 27 of the department; 28 (4) when appropriate in the judgment of the agency, 29 (A) furnished to a person or group of persons whom the agency 30 believes is interested in the proposed action; and 31 (B) published in the additional form and manner the state

01 agency prescribes; 02 (5) furnished to the Department of Law together with a copy of the 03 proposed regulation, amendment, or order of repeal for the department's use in 04 preparing the opinion required after adoption and before filing by AS 44.62.060; 05 (6) furnished by electronic format [, IF THE STATE AGENCY HAS 06 THE TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITY,] to all incumbent State of Alaska 07 legislators, and furnished to the Legislative Affairs Agency; [IF THE STATE 08 AGENCY DOES NOT HAVE THE TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITY TO 09 FURNISH THE NOTICE BY ELECTRONIC FORMAT TO THE LEGISLATORS, 10 THE STATE AGENCY SHALL FURNISH THE NOTICE TO THE LEGISLATORS 11 BY OTHER MEANS;] 12 (7) furnished by electronic format, along with a copy of the proposed 13 regulation, amendment, or order of repeal, as required by AS 24.20.105(c). 14 * Sec. 14. AS 21.27.380(f) is repealed. 15 * Sec. 15. This Act takes effect immediately under AS 01.10.070(c).