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2013-04-12 House JournalFull Journal pdf
2013-04-12 House Journal Page 1119 HCR 12 Representative Pruitt moved and asked unanimous consent that the following be taken up as a Special Order of Business: HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 12 Suspending Rules 24(c), 35, 41(b), and 42(e), Uniform Rules of the Alaska State Legislature, concerning Senate Bill No. 22, relating to the commencement of actions for felony sex trafficking and felony human trafficking; relating to the crime of sexual assault; relating to the crime of unlawful contact; relating to forfeiture for certain crimes involving prostitution; relating to the time in which to commence certain prosecutions; relating to release in a prosecution for stalking or a crime involving domestic violence or for violation of a condition of release in connection 2013-04-12 House Journal Page 1120 with a crime involving domestic violence; relating to interception of private communications for certain sex trafficking or human trafficking offenses; relating to use of evidence of sexual conduct concerning victims of certain crimes; relating to consideration at sentencing of the effect of a crime on the victim; relating to the time to make an application for credit for time served in a treatment program or while in other custody; relating to suspending imposition of sentence for sex trafficking; relating to consecutive sentences for convictions of certain crimes involving child pornography or indecent materials to minors; relating to the referral of sexual felonies to a three-judge panel; relating to the definition of "sexual felony" for sentencing and probation for conviction of certain crimes; relating to the definition of "sex offense" regarding sex offender registration; relating to the definition of "victim counseling centers" for disclosure of certain communications concerning sexual assault or domestic violence; relating to violent crimes compensation; relating to certain information in retention election of judges concerning sentencing of persons convicted of felonies; relating to remission of sentences for certain sexual felony offenders; relating to forms for sexual assault, stalking, and domestic violence protective orders; relating to the subpoena power of the attorney general in cases involving the use of an Internet service account; relating to reasonable efforts in child-in-need-of-aid cases involving sexual abuse or sex offender registration; relating to mandatory reporting by athletic coaches of child abuse or neglect; making conforming amendments; and amending Rules 16, 32.1(b)(1), and 32.2(a), Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure, and Rules 404(a) and (b), Alaska Rules of Evidence. There being no objection, it was so ordered. The question being: "Shall HCR 12 pass the House?" The roll was taken with the following result: HCR 12 Special Order of Business YEAS: 38 NAYS: 0 EXCUSED: 2 ABSENT: 0 2013-04-12 House Journal Page 1121 Yeas: Austerman, Chenault, Costello, Drummond, Edgmon, Feige, Foster, Gara, Gattis, Gruenberg, Hawker, Herron, Higgins, Holmes, Hughes, Isaacson, Johnson, Josephson, Kawasaki, Keller, Kerttula, Kreiss-Tomkins, LeDoux, Lynn, Millett, Munoz, Neuman, Olson, Pruitt, Reinbold, Saddler, Seaton, Stoltze, Tarr, Thompson, Tuck, P.Wilson, T.Wilson Excused: Guttenberg, Nageak And so, HCR 12 passed the House. Representative Pruitt later gave notice of reconsideration of the vote on HCR 12, and reconsideration was taken up then.