Legislature(2015 - 2016)CAPITOL 120

03/25/2015 01:00 PM JUDICIARY

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= bill was previously heard/scheduled
+= HB 75 MUNI REG OF MARIJUANA; LOCAL ELECTION TELECONFERENCED
<Bill Hearing Canceled>
+ HCR 1 GOVERNOR:TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY AND JURIS. TELECONFERENCED
Heard & Held
-- Public Testimony --
+ HJR 3 CONGRESS:NATIVE TRIBAL JURIS. & AUTHORITY TELECONFERENCED
Heard & Held
-- Public Testimony --
*+ HB 147 ANIMALS: PROTECTION/RELEASE/CUSTODY TELECONFERENCED
<Bill Hearing Canceled>
+ Bills Previously Heard/Scheduled TELECONFERENCED
         HCR  1-GOVERNOR: TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY AND JURIS.                                                                     
        HJR 3-CONGRESS: NATIVE TRIBAL JURIS. & AUTHORITY                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
1:04:03 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR LEDOUX announced that the  first order of business would be                                                               
HOUSE  CONCURRENT  RESOLUTION  NO.  1,  Urging  the  Governor  to                                                               
acknowledge   officially  the   sovereignty   of  Alaska   tribal                                                               
governments,  to   create  clear  and  consistent   policies  for                                                               
increased state  collaboration and  partnership with  tribes, and                                                               
to direct  the attorney general  to conduct a complete  review of                                                               
the state's  litigation against Alaska Native  tribes; urging the                                                               
Governor  to acknowledge  the inherent  criminal jurisdiction  of                                                               
Alaska  tribal   governments  over  tribal  members   within  the                                                               
boundaries of  their villages; urging  the Governor  to cooperate                                                               
with  tribes'  efforts to  transfer  Native  land to  trust;  and                                                               
urging the Governor to  support multilateral negotiations between                                                               
tribal  governments,  nontribal  municipalities,  and  the  state                                                               
government    to    delineate   clearly    tribal    geographical                                                               
jurisdictions, and  HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO.  3, Urging members                                                               
of  the  Alaska  delegation  to the  United  States  Congress  to                                                               
introduce substantially  similar legislation  to the  Alaska Safe                                                               
Families  and Villages  Act  of 2013;  urging  the United  States                                                               
Congress  to affirm  the criminal  jurisdiction of  Alaska tribal                                                               
governments over  tribal members  within the boundaries  of their                                                               
villages;  urging the  United States  Congress to  cooperate with                                                               
tribes' efforts to transfer Native  land to trust; and supporting                                                               
multilateral negotiations  between tribal  governments, nontribal                                                               
municipalities,  and   the  state  and  federal   governments  to                                                               
delineate  clearly  tribal   geographical  jurisdictions.    [The                                                               
committee continued its  specific discussions on HCR 1  and HJR 3                                                               
later in the meeting.]                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
1:04:12 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  BRYCE EDGMON,  Alaska  State Legislature,  stated                                                               
that the two  resolutions [HCR 1 and HJR 3]  before the committee                                                               
are being put forward in  tandem because they essentially are the                                                               
same  vehicles  with  HCR  1 being  delivered  to  Governor  Bill                                                               
Walker,  and  HJR   3  being  delivered  to   the  United  States                                                               
Congressional Delegation.   The intent  of the resolutions  is to                                                               
bring attention  to the  increased role  that tribal  entities in                                                               
the  State  of  Alaska  can   provide  in  terms  of  better  law                                                               
enforcements and  criminal justice  services at the  local level,                                                               
and also to recognize the fact  that the current system of highly                                                               
centralized  being  provided  through  state  agencies  in  large                                                               
measure has in many instances failed  to succeed.  He pointed out                                                               
that by  recognizing that Alaska  tribes can play a  greater role                                                               
in providing  criminal justice services  in Alaska has  merit and                                                               
deserves the attention of the  legislature, executive branch, and                                                               
Congressional Delegation.   He noted  that in a number  of Alaska                                                               
communities per  se are still  facing severe problems  related to                                                               
poverty,  alcoholism,  drug   abuse,  domestic  violence,  sexual                                                               
assault, suicides and a number of  other social ills that in some                                                               
communities are moving  forward at an epidemic level.   He opined                                                               
that these two resolutions, and  the fact that Alaskan tribes can                                                               
play a  larger role  in committing  to criminal  justice services                                                               
fits in  that category.   He pointed to  the State of  Texas that                                                               
has  taken  a  number  of measures  to  instill  "smart  justice"                                                               
policies,  and in  doing so  reduced  the recidivism  rate by  25                                                               
percent, save  approximately $3 billion in  building new prisons,                                                               
reduced  its  prison rates  by  10  percent,  and crime  rate  by                                                               
approximately 20 percent.  He  said in arguing that Alaska tribes                                                               
deserve more  recognition, clearer  and more  consistent policies                                                               
with   Alaska   State   agencies,  deserve   attention   at   the                                                               
Congressional level  the Women and  Safe Families Act  would have                                                               
provided  had   it  been  approved,   are  very  worthy   of  the                                                               
legislature's consideration.  He pointed  out that in the last 25                                                               
years there  have a number  of studies from  various commissions,                                                               
boards, and  entities that  have all  essentially pointed  to the                                                               
same  thing  -  if  Alaska  had  more  culturally  sensitive  law                                                               
enforcement  measures  at  the village  level,  that  in  looking                                                               
through the  eyes of  reformative justice  created not  only just                                                               
the  offenders but  also the  victims and  community itself.   In                                                               
that  manner, recidivism  could be  brought down  and reduce  the                                                               
high  percentage of  young Alaska  Native males  that enter  into                                                               
Alaska's  criminal justice  system.   He  suggested  that at  the                                                               
misdemeanor level with  minor offenses and then  graduate up into                                                               
felony  offenses  that  end  up   populating  the  Department  of                                                               
Corrections  (DOC) primarily  at  the  rate of  $158  per day  or                                                               
almost $60 thousand a year.                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
1:09:17 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE EDGMON  explained that the two  resolutions have a                                                               
lot  of  merit in  promoting  criminal  justice measures  at  the                                                               
tribal level in small Alaskan  communities.  He further explained                                                               
that in  downsizing state  government to  offer Alaskan  tribes a                                                               
greater  role in  misdemeanor  cases and  minor  offenses at  the                                                               
local level, the legislature can  reduce the amount of outflow of                                                               
villages into the  criminal justice arena.  He noted  that at the                                                               
same time  save the State of  Alaska money and help  to get rural                                                               
Alaska directly on  the pathway to reformative justice.   He said                                                               
it   includes  rural   Alaska   and  the   rest   of  the   state                                                               
notwithstanding.                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                
1:10:37 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  LYNN asked  whether these  resolutions relate  to                                                               
two separate systems  of justice, one for Alaska  Natives and one                                                               
for everyone else.                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  EDGMON responded  that the  resolutions are  non-                                                               
binding,  and  that HCR  1  calls  for better  communication  and                                                               
recognition between  the state agencies  and the  tribal entities                                                               
that are  providing "circle sentencing" or  tribal court services                                                               
at  the local  tribal  community level.   He  stated  that in  no                                                               
manner  do the  resolutions  suggest that  tribal court  services                                                               
associate itself  with felony  offenses, of  which are  under the                                                               
purview of  the Alaska State  Troopers and  the law of  the land.                                                               
He  suggested  that tribes  be  active  in  terms of  more  minor                                                               
offenses at the community level.   He remarked that CSHCR 1, asks                                                               
that the state  take engaging state agencies in  working with the                                                               
tribes  on  a  community-by-community  basis  to  have  a  better                                                               
relationship and recognition.  Possibly,  he related, some of the                                                               
minor  offenses could  be dealt  with in  a culturally  sensitive                                                               
manner in  the local village  that arrests certain behavior.   He                                                               
used the example of the 14-year  old young man in Togiak who shot                                                               
a  dog and  was  deported almost  immediately  to the  McLaughlin                                                               
Youth  Center  Facility.   Subsequently,  he  offered, six  weeks                                                               
later  the  boy  was  allowed  to go  home.    Fortunately,  that                                                               
individual  did not  go down  the pathway  of the  "broken window                                                               
theory" of engaging  in a more serious offenses only  to become a                                                               
felon in  the criminal justice system  doing no one any  good and                                                               
costing the  state a lot of  money.  He said  the two resolutions                                                               
entertain  a better  dialogue  for  better communication  between                                                               
Alaska  tribes  and  state  agencies and  that  possibly  at  the                                                               
Congressional level  there could  be a bill  similar to  the bill                                                               
offered a  couple of years  ago that provided for  recognition of                                                               
more  criminal  jurisdiction for  Alaska  tribes.   He  said  the                                                               
resolutions  are  not  providing  answers  or  saying  that  they                                                               
provide the framework  that might be in place between  DOC or the                                                               
Department of Public  Safety and a local village.   He reiterated                                                               
that the  resolutions encourage the  Department of  Public Safety                                                               
to  work more  closely  with local  villages  to employ  measures                                                               
regarding minor  offenses that could  be dealt with at  the local                                                               
tribal level.                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
1:14:25 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE LYNN referred to  the sponsor's comments regarding                                                               
tribal government  and asked whether  he meant the  city councils                                                               
in various villages.                                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  EDGMON responded  that Alaska  has 229  federally                                                               
recognized tribes  which is  approximately 40  percent of  all of                                                               
the tribes  in the United States.   He related that  these tribes                                                               
function at  various levels  as some  have active  tribal courts,                                                               
some  are just  forming tribal  courts, and  some have  no tribal                                                               
courts  at all.   He  explained that  communities like  Kake, and                                                               
other  communities  with more  active  tribal  courts, have  seen                                                               
positive  results  in the  engagement  of  local tribal  entities                                                               
regarding  misdemeanor and  minor offenses  which do  not involve                                                               
felonies.                                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
1:15:21 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE LYNN  referred to non-Natives living  in primarily                                                               
Native areas and  asked about cultural sensitivity for  them.  He                                                               
further  asked   if  non-Natives   are  subject  to   the  tribal                                                               
government.                                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
        HJR 3-CONGRESS: NATIVE TRIBAL JURIS. & AUTHORITY                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
2:08:53 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR LEDOUX announced that the  final order of business would be                                                               
HOUSE  JOINT  RESOLUTION NO.  3,  Urging  members of  the  Alaska                                                               
delegation   to  the   United   States   Congress  to   introduce                                                               
substantially  similar legislation  to the  Alaska Safe  Families                                                               
and Villages  Act of 2013;  urging the United States  Congress to                                                               
affirm  the criminal  jurisdiction of  Alaska tribal  governments                                                               
over  tribal members  within the  boundaries  of their  villages;                                                               
urging  the  United States  Congress  to  cooperate with  tribes'                                                               
efforts  to  transfer  Native  land   to  trust;  and  supporting                                                               
multilateral negotiations  between tribal  governments, nontribal                                                               
municipalities,  and   the  state  and  federal   governments  to                                                               
delineate clearly tribal geographical jurisdictions.                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
2:09:18 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE GRUENBERG  asked a threshold question  in that HJR                                                               
3 appeared to be directed at  a particular bill introduced in the                                                               
last Congress that did not pass, but he did not have a copy.                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
2:09:59 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
TIM  CLARK,  Staff,  Representative Bryce  Edgmon,  Alaska  State                                                               
Legislature, advised the  bill reference in its  entirety is part                                                               
of the bill  packet.  He advised it is  United States Senate Bill                                                               
1474.                                                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
2:10:45 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
MR.  CLARK  pointed  out  that the  two  resolutions  before  the                                                               
committee are  very closely related  as the Preambles  are nearly                                                               
identical.  He noted the goals  are also closely related in terms                                                               
of  trying   to  address  devastating  social   strife  in  rural                                                               
communities, it is  the Resolves that differ.  He  said HJR 3, is                                                               
directed  toward Congress  and asks  it to  introduce legislation                                                               
substantially similar  to the Alaska  Safe Families  and Villages                                                               
Act  of  2013.   The  federal  legislation, he  explained,  would                                                               
establish  a pilot  project of  which  will provide  a number  of                                                               
tribal communities  with increased  federal funding.   He further                                                               
explained  that the  federal funding  would be  for their  tribal                                                               
courts  and  law  enforcement   needs,  enhanced  authority  over                                                               
domestic  violence and  child abuse  neglect,  greater local  law                                                               
enforcement responsibilities  to combat  drug and  alcohol abuse,                                                               
and  improve coordination  between  federal,  state, tribal,  and                                                               
local law  enforcement agencies.   He related that it  comes back                                                               
to  the recommendations  of  a task  force  and commission  after                                                               
another over  a 25-30 year  period.  Wherein many  concluded over                                                               
and over  again that greater  control, greater  responsibility at                                                               
the local  level would lead  to swifter response to  violence and                                                               
criminal  activity, increased  crime  prevention, and  sentencing                                                               
models  more culturally  appropriate and  more rehabilitative  as                                                               
opposed to punitive in some but not all cases, he pointed out.                                                                  
                                                                                                                                
2:13:02 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR LEDOUX opened public testimony                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
2:13:08 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
RON SUMMERVILLE, said that Mary  Bishop testified to a concern of                                                               
many people which is the  fragmenting of the state's jurisdiction                                                               
in creating  some sort  of an anomaly  which exists  primarily in                                                               
reservations  outside.   He remarked  that having  grown up  in a                                                               
small Native  community, he appreciates  efforts to  bring issues                                                               
to light  as there  are serious  problems.   The problems  in the                                                               
villages  are problems  the legislature  and various  communities                                                               
have and  remarked that the  question is how much  recognition of                                                               
tribal  jurisdiction  is  the  answer.     He  pointed  out  that                                                               
Representative Keller  asked whether other options  are available                                                               
and he  said he  would support obtaining  additional jurisdiction                                                               
to tribal  governments if  they demonstrate  they can  handle it.                                                               
He related that he comes from  Craig and that the cities of Craig                                                               
and  Klawock  have  offered examples  of  tribal  government  and                                                               
courts  issuing proclamations.   However,  he remarked,  that the                                                               
conflict with the Alaska State  Constitution is what concerns him                                                               
when looking at HJR 3 which  is asking Congress to pass something                                                               
to provide more jurisdiction and  authority to the tribal courts.                                                               
He  expressed that  he  lived through  D2,  subsistence, and  the                                                               
unintended   consequences   that   occurred  with   the   federal                                                               
government passing  legislation that Alaska had  no control over.                                                               
He  related  that the  legislature  requires  that the  State  of                                                               
Alaska  must concur  in  any  action by  Congress  in giving  the                                                               
authority  as it  must  be  concurred upon  by  the  state.   The                                                               
passage  of  the  subsistence  provision in  federal  law  was  a                                                               
horrible  mistake in  many cases,  as  there is  now an  unwanted                                                               
fragmented system in the court  systems, however, jurisdiction is                                                               
given to the tribal courts.                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
2:18:44 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
MARY  BISHOP, referred  to an  article in  the committee  packets                                                               
entitled Tribal  Jurisdiction in  Alaska, and  read "In  years to                                                             
come the  trend in Alaska  appears to be moving  toward increased                                                               
collaboration between  the state, tribes, and  respective courts.                                                               
The (indisc.)  have much to  share with each other.   Ultimately,                                                               
the  more  access  to  justice   Alaska's  tribal  members  have,                                                               
especially in  the remote  villages, the  better for  our state's                                                               
health and safety  overall."  She encouraged the  committee to go                                                               
slow and (indisc.) HJR 3.                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
2:19:59 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR LEDOUX  closed public testimony  after ascertaining  no one                                                               
further wished to testify.                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
2:20:19 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  GRUENBERG commented  that the  resolution appears                                                               
to specifically  urge Alaska's delegation to  introduce something                                                               
similar to a  federal bill entitled The Alaska  Safe Families and                                                             
Villages Act of 2013.  He  said apparently the [federal] bill was                                                             
"reported with an  amendment," and asked whether the  bill in the                                                               
packet contains the  amendment, or whether it was in  the form of                                                               
a committee substitute, and what happened to the bill.                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
2:21:26 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
MR.  CLARK advised  that  the act  was  originally introduced  in                                                               
2011,  and by  the time  it  reached the  113th Congress,  second                                                               
session, work  had been  performed on  it.  He  said he  does not                                                               
know specifically what the changes were going forward.                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  GRUENBERG requested  the exact  text of  the bill                                                               
and  the  committee  report,  as   those  reports  often  include                                                               
arguments for the bill, minority views, and the bill's status.                                                                  
                                                                                                                                
MR. CLARK  pointed back to  the language of the  resolution which                                                               
requests  legislation  substantially  similar,  to  what  can  be                                                               
interpreted as a bill, including  the major provisions.  He asked                                                               
for  clarification as  to  whether  Representative Gruenberg  was                                                               
requesting a more specific definition ...                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  GRUENBERG   interjected  that  the   lawyers  and                                                               
members on  the House  Judiciary Standing  Committee need  to see                                                               
more specifics.                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
2:23:17 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
MR. CLARK  added that some  of the public comments  had expressed                                                               
worries  that in  endorsing federal  legislation the  state would                                                               
somehow be run roughshod over it.   He pointed to the Alaska Safe                                                               
Families and Villages  Act of 2013, which has  provisions that it                                                               
is  a   demonstration  project  being  put   forward  by  federal                                                               
legislation ...  conceivably a handful  of villages.   He offered                                                               
that  every step  along  the way  a  village's eligibility  would                                                               
depend upon  it having first  negotiated an agreement  over these                                                               
exact issues  with the  State of  Alaska.   He explained  that no                                                               
village would be eligible for  the demonstration project that did                                                               
not first  have an  agreement with  the State  of Alaska,  as the                                                               
state  comes  first  in  this  legislation.    In  terms  of  Mr.                                                               
Summerville's  misgivings over  the  capacities  of these  tribal                                                               
institutions,  the   federal  legislation  also   addresses  each                                                               
village's  eligibility   with  the   capacity  of   its  specific                                                               
institution,   quality    and   thoroughness   of    its   tribal                                                               
constitution,  quality and  thoroughness  of  its ordinances  and                                                               
laws, and the fact that  all of those institutions and capacities                                                               
would be  reviewed by  the Department  of Justice  before allowed                                                               
into the program.                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
2:25:27 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE GRUENBERG noted that the  key language in HJR 3 is                                                               
found on  page 3, lines 1-12,  as regardless of whatever  else is                                                               
in the  federal bill, the  interests the sponsor has  are certain                                                               
provisions  involving   the  establishment  of   a  demonstration                                                               
project.   He  asked if  that is  all the  sponsor is  asking the                                                               
committee  to endorse  it may  be all  the information  needed in                                                               
front  of the  committee.   He  said that  part  of the  problem,                                                               
highlighted in Senator Dan Sullivan's  address, is that few votes                                                               
were taken  on the Senate  floor last year.   He opined  that the                                                               
United States  Senate is  either combining  bills or  limiting to                                                               
appropriation, he was not sure.                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
2:27:40 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE CLAMAN posited that the  2013 act was supported by                                                               
Senators Lisa Murkowski and Begich.                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
MR. CLARK answered  that the initial bill was  amended by Senator                                                               
Lisa  Murkowski on  the  United States  Senate  floor to  exclude                                                               
Alaska Natives,  but later changed her  position and co-sponsored                                                               
a similar bill with then Senator Begich.                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE CLAMAN  assumed that Senator Lisa  Murkowski would                                                               
continue to support the bill  and asked where Senator Sullivan is                                                               
on this bill.                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
MR.  CLARK said  he does  not have  any idea  as he  has not  had                                                               
correspondence  with Senator  Sullivan.   He  explained that  the                                                               
jurisdiction issues in  general in Congress and  treatment of the                                                               
jurisdictional  issues with  Alaska tribes  has been  a struggle.                                                               
Clearly, he  noted that  under Venetie,  where the  United States                                                             
Supreme  Court  unanimously  said  that  under  ANCSA  (1971)  it                                                               
transfers 4-5  million acres and  1 billion dollars to  the State                                                               
of Alaska in exchange for all  title and all sovereignty to their                                                               
land.    He noted  that  the  United  States Supreme  Court  said                                                               
emphatically that Indian  Country does not exist in  Alaska.  The                                                               
bill Senators  Begich and Lisa  Murkowski supported  attempted to                                                               
work around that distinction in  addressing the epidemic problems                                                               
of  social issues  with Alaska  Natives,  while recognizing  that                                                               
Indian Country largely  did not exist in Alaska.   He opined that                                                               
the  request for  Senators Sullivan  and Lisa  Murkowski to  take                                                               
additional time  to consider the  issue is  justified as it  is a                                                               
complicated issue from that standpoint.                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
2:30:39 PM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR LEDOUX asked  for clarification as to whether  there is one                                                               
place in Alaska where it is Indian Country.                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
MR. CLARK responded Metlakatla.                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR LEDOUX asked  if this idea had been tried  in Metlakatla as                                                               
it  seems like  a great  place to  start things  out where  there                                                               
wouldn't  be the  problem with  Indian Country  versus non-Indian                                                               
Country.                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
MR. CLARK responded  that the resolution addresses  the other 228                                                               
or so tribes and their  systemic problems with providing criminal                                                               
justice services  and the attendant  social problems  at epidemic                                                               
levels.  He opined that he does not think Metlakatla experiences                                                                
the same level of social disruption and violence as other Alaska                                                                
villages.                                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR LEDOUX held HJR 3 in committee.                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
2:32:09 PM                                                                                                                    

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
HCR 1 Additional Documentation - Attorney General Geraghty.docx HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR 1
HCR 1 Additional Documentation--Alaska Justice Forum--Survey of Tribal Court Effectiveness Studies.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR 1
HCR 1 CSHCR1(CRA) Sponsor Statement.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR 1
HCR 1 Fiscal Note HCR001-1-1-031115-CRA-N.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR 1 Summary of Changes--Version W to Version E--CSHCR1(CRA).pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR1 Additional Documentation--AK Commission on Rural Governance and Empowerment--2014 Report.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR1 Additional Documentation--Alaska Rural Justice and Law Enforcement Commission Report (2012).pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR1 Additional Documentation--Indian Law and Order Commission--Reforming Justice for Alaska Natives (2013).pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR1 Additional Documentation--Public testimony-Mary Bishop.docx HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR1 Additional Documentation--S. 1474--Alaska Safe Families and Villages Act of 2014.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR1 Additional Documentation--Tribal Court Jurisdiction in Alaska.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR1 Addittional Documentation - Restricted Native Land within the Fbx Borough.xls HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR1 Addittional Documentation - Restricted Native Land within the Fbx Borough.xls HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR1 CSHCR1(CRA) Version E.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HCR1 Version W.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HJR 3 Additional Documentation--Alaska Justice Forum--Survey of Tribal Court Effectiveness Studies.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HJR 3
HJR 3 CSHJR3(CRA) Sponsor Statement.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HJR 3 CSHJR3(CRA) Version H.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HJR 3 Fiscal Note HJR003-1-1-031115-CRA-N.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HJR 3 Summary of Changes--Version A to Version H--CSHJR3(CRA).pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HJR3 Additional Documentation--AK Commission on Rural Governance and Empowerment--2014 Report.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HJR3 Additional Documentation--Alaska Rural Justice and Law Enforcement Commission Report (2012).pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HJR3 Additional Documentation--Indian Law and Order Commission--Reforming Justice for Alaska Natives (2013).pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HJR3 Additional Documentation--S. 1474--Alaska Safe Families and Villages Act of 2014.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HJR3 Additional Documentation--Tribal Court Jurisdiction in Alaska.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HJR3 Version A.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
CS HB 75 Version Y, PROPOSED.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 75
CSHB75 Explanation of Changes, Fversion.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 75
CSHB75 Sectional Analysis versionF.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 75
CSHB75 Version L.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 75
CSHB75 Explanation of Changes, versionV.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 75
CSHB75 Sectional Analysis versionV.pdf HJUD 3/25/2015 1:00:00 PM
HB 75