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05/04/2021 03:30 PM STATE AFFAIRS

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-- Invited & Public Testimony --
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*+ HB 3 DEFINITION OF "DISASTER": CYBERSECURITY TELECONFERENCED
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-- Invited & Public Testimony --
*+ SB 126 REPEAL 90 DAY SESSION LIMIT TELECONFERENCED
Heard & Held
-- Invited & Public Testimony --
*+ SJR 12 SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT REDUCTION REPEAL TELECONFERENCED
Heard & Held
-- Invited & Public Testimony --
*+ SB 108 STATE RECOGNITION OF TRIBES TELECONFERENCED
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-- Invited & Public Testimony --
*+ SB 109 COUNCIL FOR ALASKA NATIVE LANGUAGES TELECONFERENCED
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        SJR 12-SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT REDUCTION REPEAL                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
5:03:28 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR  SHOWER   announced  the  consideration  of   SENATE  JOINT                                                               
RESOLUTION NO.  12 Urging  the United  States Congress  to repeal                                                               
the Windfall Elimination Provision  and Government Pension Offset                                                               
of the Social Security Act.                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
5:03:48 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR WIELECHOWSKI, Alaska State Legislature, Juneau, Alaska,                                                                 
sponsor of SJR 12, introduced the resolution paraphrasing the                                                                   
following sponsor statement:                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
     SJR   12  urges   Congress  to   repeal  the   Windfall                                                                    
     Elimination  Provision  (WEP)  and  Government  Pension                                                                    
     Offset (GPO) of  the Social Security Act.  The WEP cuts                                                                    
     the  Social Security  benefits of  public employees  in                                                                    
     Alaska  if  they  plan to  switch  between  the  public                                                                    
     sector and  private sector or  military. In  2021, this                                                                    
     loss  could be  as much  as  $498 per  month, or  about                                                                    
     $6,000  a  year.  The  GPO   cuts  spousal  or  widows'                                                                    
     benefits for public employees for  no reason other than                                                                    
     their work in the public  sector. This cut could amount                                                                    
     to  as much  as 2/3rds  the value  of the  individual's                                                                    
     government pension.                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
     Because  Alaska is  one  of few  states  that does  not                                                                    
     offer  a defined  benefit plan  or coverage  for social                                                                    
     security,  the WEP  and GPO  affect  more Alaskans  per                                                                    
     capita  than  any  other  state.  Public  employees  in                                                                    
     Alaska  are  being punished  for  choosing  to work  in                                                                    
     public service.                                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
     The  WEP  and  GPO negatively  impact  recruitment  and                                                                    
     retention   of   Alaska   public  employees   such   as                                                                    
     firefighters, police officers  and especially teachers.                                                                    
     Those  who  do   not  want  to  be   subject  to  these                                                                    
     provisions will  simply look elsewhere  for employment.                                                                    
     Punishing individuals for  choosing public service runs                                                                    
     counter  to  retaining  dedicated Alaskan  workers  and                                                                    
     recruiting the best of the best to Alaska.                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
     Passage  of SJR  12  will demonstrate  that the  Alaska                                                                    
     Legislature opposes  arbitrary and  unfair cuts  to the                                                                    
     rightfully   earned   Social   Security   benefits   of                                                                    
     Alaskans. Alaskans deserve to retire with dignity.                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
     I urge your support of SJR 12.                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
5:06:16 PM                                                                                                                    
At ease                                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
5:07:03 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR SHOWER reconvened the meeting.                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
5:07:20 PM                                                                                                                    
TREVOR BAILEY,  Staff, Senator  Tom Begich  and former  Intern to                                                               
Senator  Bill  Wielechowski,  Alaska State  Legislature,  Juneau,                                                               
Alaska,  delivered  a  PowerPoint  presentation  to  explain  the                                                               
Windfall Elimination  Provision (WEP) and the  Government Pension                                                               
Offset  (GPO).  He  began  with  an  explanation  of  how  Social                                                               
Security benefits are calculated.  First, an individual must have                                                               
40 quarters  or 10  years paid into  Social Security.  The Social                                                               
Security  Administration adds  the highest  35 years  of earnings                                                               
adjusted for inflation.  The total is divided by  420 (the number                                                               
of months  in 35 years)  to arrive  at the average  index monthly                                                               
earnings  (AIME).  A  progressive  scale  is  used  to  calculate                                                               
earnings from  the AIME.  An individual keeps  90 percent  of the                                                               
first $996 of  earnings. Between $996 and  $6,002, the individual                                                               
keeps 32 percent. For earnings  over $6,002, the individual keeps                                                               
15 percent.                                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
5:08:21 PM                                                                                                                    
MR. BAILEY  explained that the Windfall  Elimination Provision is                                                               
a reduction to a qualified  individual's Social Security benefits                                                               
because  they  also  worked  in  job(s)  not  covered  by  Social                                                               
Security. These  individuals are  primarily public  employees. In                                                               
Alaska,   public   employees,  teachers,   firefighters,   police                                                               
officers, and legislators are not  covered by Social Security. He                                                               
said  the  WEP  can  reduce  the factor  in  the  first  step  to                                                               
calculate the  AIME from  90 percent  to anywhere  from 85  to 40                                                               
percent  depending  on  the  number of  years  paid  into  Social                                                               
Security. In 2021  that factor can be as much  as $498 per month.                                                               
In 2019,  the offset affected  about 11.5 of all  Social Security                                                               
recipients. This  was 2  million Americans,  12,050 of  whom were                                                               
Alaskans, which is the highest number of any state.                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
MR. BAILEY  explained that the Government  Pension Offset affects                                                               
spousal or  widower benefits of  Social Security  recipients. The                                                               
reduction  is  based on  the  individual  receiving a  government                                                               
pension  in a  job that  did not  pay into  Social Security.  The                                                               
reduction is two-thirds  of the value of  the government pension.                                                               
He highlighted  that Alaska's Tier  IV defined  contribution plan                                                               
is considered a  government pension. If the value  of the spousal                                                               
or widower  benefit is less than  two-thirds of the value  of the                                                               
government  pension, the  benefit is  zero. This  offset affected                                                               
717,000  Americans in  2020; 3,320  beneficiaries were  Alaskans,                                                               
2,419  of whom  received  zero  benefit. He  pointed  out that  a                                                               
spouse  or widow  affected  by  GPO would  receive  no help  with                                                               
funeral  costs  and no  financial  help  surviving without  their                                                               
spouse.                                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
5:11:11 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR SHOWER asked how the military is affected.                                                                                
                                                                                                                                
MR. BAILEY offered his understanding  that the military pays into                                                               
Social Security  so members  who work in  public sector  jobs not                                                               
covered by Social Security would be affected by the WEP.                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR SHOWER  asked if  they might  be affected  by both  WEP and                                                               
GPO.                                                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
MR.  BAILEY  replied  it  depends  on the  number  of  years  the                                                               
individual worked in  a job covered by  Social Security. Somebody                                                               
with 20  or fewer years in  a job covered by  Social Security who                                                               
then  moves into  a  public sector  job that  does  not pay  into                                                               
Social Security,  would see  the number drop  to 40  percent. The                                                               
percentage  increases 5  percent up  to 90  percent for  anything                                                               
between 21  and 30 years.  Somebody who works  30 years in  a job                                                               
covered by  Social Security and then  works in a job  that is not                                                               
covered would not be affected by the WEP.                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
5:13:05 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR  WIELECHOWSKI pointed  out that  somebody who  leaves the                                                               
military after 20  years and then becomes a  legislator would see                                                               
their Social Security benefit reduced.                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
5:14:04 PM                                                                                                                    
At ease                                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
5:14:40 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR  SHOWER  reconvened  the   meeting  and  moved  to  invited                                                               
testimony.                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
5:15:36 PM                                                                                                                    
TOM KLAAMEYER,  President, NEA  Alaska, stated  that while  he is                                                               
not an expert on  the WEP and GPO, he has  had to become educated                                                               
on  the topic  because  it is  such an  important  issue for  NEA                                                               
members, Alaska PERS or TRS  members, legislators and staff. They                                                               
are all potentially subject to the GPO/WEP penalties.                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
He agreed with Mr. Bailey  that the GPO/WEP can negatively affect                                                               
Social  Security  benefits  of  certain  state  employees  simply                                                               
because they collect  a PERS or TRS  retirement. Public employees                                                               
and educators  hired after  PERS and TRS  changed from  a defined                                                               
benefit  system to  a  defined contribution  system  in 2006  are                                                               
particularly vulnerable  because they  do not  receive a  PERS or                                                               
TRS  pension.  Nevertheless,  they  are subject  to  the  GPO/WEP                                                               
penalties on their earned Social Security benefits.                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
MR. KLAAMEYER said the committee  members should know that Alaska                                                               
TRS members  are in  an even more  difficult situation.  About 60                                                               
percent of  certificated Alaska TRS  members hired after  2006 do                                                               
not receive a  pension and are not able to  participate in Social                                                               
Security even  if they  want to.  He said  they have  the dubious                                                               
distinction of  having the least secure,  worst retirement system                                                               
in the country. If teaching is a  second career or if they had to                                                               
work  a second  job to  make ends  meet they  get no  pension and                                                               
their Social Security safety net is shredded by GPO/WEP.                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
MR.  KLAAMEYER said  the reason  for PERS  to opt  out of  Social                                                               
Security may have  made sense in 1951 when there  was just Tier I                                                               
but he would  like to think that state leaders  at the time would                                                               
have  made  different  choices  had  they  known  the  precarious                                                               
situation it  placed future educators.  On a more  positive note,                                                               
he said there  is a process by which  individual school districts                                                               
or the state  as a whole can reenter the  Social Security System.                                                               
This might provide more retirement  security but it would require                                                               
a cost benefit  analysis because of the GPO/WEP  problem. He said                                                               
NEA is  doing its best to  educate members on this  topic, but it                                                               
is  complex.   He  thanked  the   sponsor  for   introducing  the                                                               
resolution  and  noted  that  NEA   had  been  working  with  the                                                               
congressional delegation  on this  topic for years.  He expressed                                                               
hope  that  this  resolution  would raise  the  profile  of  this                                                               
problem  and give  the delegation  the support  it needs  to more                                                               
effectively advocate for this change.                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR REINBOLD  recognized Mr.  Klaameyer as a  constituent and                                                               
said  she would  not make  a commitment  because she  was such  a                                                               
fiscal conservative.                                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
5:24:16 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR SHOWER opened public testimony on SJR 12.                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
5:24:23 PM                                                                                                                    
RICHARD SEWELL representing self,  Anchorage Alaska, testified in                                                               
support  of  SJR  12.  He  explained that  he  paid  into  Social                                                               
Security on  an off over  50 years. He  moved to Alaska  in 1981,                                                               
worked for the Municipality of Anchorage,  and is a Tier I member                                                               
of PERS. The  municipality pays into Social  Security but because                                                               
of  the  WEP,  his  Social  Security benefit  is  reduced  by  40                                                               
percent.                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
5:25:51 PM                                                                                                                    
CARMEN RUSSO,  representing self, Anderson, Alaska,  testified in                                                               
support of SJR 12. She stated  that she paid into Social Security                                                               
for  30 years  and would  have  received a  full Social  Security                                                               
benefit but she became a teacher  and the WEP reduced her benefit                                                               
by two-thirds.                                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                
5:26:59 PM                                                                                                                    
MITCHELL ROTH,  Retiree, University of Alaska,  Girdwood, Alaska,                                                               
testified in  support of SJR 12.  He stated that he  was hired by                                                               
UAF in  1983 and before  that worked  in the private  sector. Two                                                               
things happened the  year he started at UAF that  he did not know                                                               
about. First,  his prior work  qualified him for  Social Security                                                               
benefits. Second,  the Social Security  Act of 1983  included the                                                               
WEP provision.  As a result  he has  forfeited 50 percent  of his                                                               
previously  earned Social  Security  benefits. He  has lost  over                                                               
$48,000 in retirement  benefits that he earned prior  his work in                                                               
Alaska.                                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
5:28:55 PM                                                                                                                    
SUSAN FREEL,  representing self, Fairbanks, Alaska,  testified in                                                               
support  of SJR  12. She  stated that  she is  a UAA  retiree and                                                               
while  she has  16 years  of substantial  earnings, seven  of the                                                               
years overlapped  with her tenure  at the university.  She earned                                                               
the  full  Social  Security  benefit but  she  receives  just  64                                                               
percent.                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
5:29:51 PM                                                                                                                    
CATHY   MCDORQUODALE,  representing   self,  Fairbanks,   Alaska,                                                               
testified in support  of SJR 12. She said she  has the same issue                                                               
the  previous speakers  mentioned.  Social  Security sent  annual                                                               
reports telling her  what her benefit would be  on retirement but                                                               
it  was not  that amount.  She said  "windfall elimination"  is a                                                               
perfect description for a contradiction and unfairness.                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
5:30:40 PM                                                                                                                    
ROBERT SEWARD, representing self,  Newark, Delaware, testified in                                                               
support of SJR 12. He said he  worked for the State of Alaska for                                                               
28 years  and he  learned about  the WEP  in the  Social Security                                                               
office. He  paid into Social Security  and he does not  think his                                                               
benefit should  be reduced.  "When I  heard you  were considering                                                               
this resolution, my heart leapt."                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                
5:31:27 PM                                                                                                                    
NADINE LEFEBVRE, representing self,  Juneau, Alaska, testified in                                                               
support of  SJR 12. She  stated that she  is a PERS  retiree. She                                                               
reported  that about  19  percent of  the  Alaska population  are                                                               
seniors  and 10,000  receive some  combination  of earned  Social                                                               
Security  benefit  and  retirement  pension  benefits.  She  said                                                               
eliminating  the  unfair  reductions to  earned  Social  Security                                                               
benefits  will help  ensure that  the growing  senior demographic                                                               
can age  in place  and continue to  support their  community. She                                                               
pointed  out that  seniors contribute  over $1.5  billion to  the                                                               
Alaska  economy annually.  Present  and  future retired  Alaskans                                                               
will benefit by  the repeal of the WEP and  GPO. She advised that                                                               
she would send her full comments in an email.                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR  HOLLAND advised  that he  had  stepped in  to chair  the                                                               
meeting.                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
5:33:46 PM                                                                                                                    
CAROL WATERS, representing self,  Anchorage, Alaska, testified in                                                               
support of SJR 12. She stated  that she and her husband have been                                                               
retired for 20 years and  they began receiving Social Security 10                                                               
years  ago. Their  benefits  were decreased  $491  per month  per                                                               
person and they  estimate that between the GPO and  WEP they have                                                               
lost $320,000.  She said  the federal  government has  taken that                                                               
money from her family and that is wrong.                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
5:34:47 PM                                                                                                                    
KIMBERLY METCALFE,  representing self, Juneau,  Alaska, testified                                                               
in support  of SJR 12.  She stated that she  was close to  age 66                                                               
when  she decided  to retire  and was  concerned that  her Social                                                               
Security benefit might be affected by  the GPO or WEP. She worked                                                               
for the  state for  8 years  and had a  small state  pension. The                                                               
Social  Security representative  said  her benefit  would not  be                                                               
affected  because she  had worked  in the  private sector  for 30                                                               
years.  She  understood that  if  she  waited to  collect  Social                                                               
Security until  age 70 she would  get a larger benefit  and until                                                               
then she could collect a $1,400  per month widow's pension on her                                                               
late husband's benefit. He died  before he received a benefit but                                                               
had paid  in his entire life.  However, she was told  there would                                                               
be an offset when she filled  out the paperwork. She learned that                                                               
her pension counted against her husband's benefit.                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
5:36:49 PM                                                                                                                    
STEVEN CLICK, representing self, testified  in support of SJR 12.                                                               
He  stated that  he retired  from teaching  in 1987  as a  Tier I                                                               
retiree.  He paid  into Social  Security for  40 quarters  and he                                                               
estimates  that  his benefit  was  cut  by  40 percent.  He  will                                                               
receive  almost  nothing  from   his  husband's  Social  Security                                                               
benefit even though he paid  Social Security throughout his life.                                                               
He related  that his  son who is  a teacher in  Barrow will  be a                                                               
Tier  III  TRS retiree  and  he  is part  of  the  worst type  of                                                               
retirement  system in  the  nation.  He noted  that  he lives  in                                                               
California  now  and public  employees  in  that state  also  are                                                               
affected by the WEP and/or the GPO.                                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
5:38:49 PM                                                                                                                    
JOHN DART,  representing self, North  Pole, Alaska,  testified in                                                               
support of  SJR 12. He  stated that he  spent half his  career in                                                               
the private  sector and half in  the public sector and  he cannot                                                               
understand why  the WEP and GPO  is still affecting the  lives of                                                               
retirees throughout the  nation. This needs to  change because it                                                               
is affecting  people's lives. Many  people do not find  out about                                                               
the penalty until it is too late to do anything about it.                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
5:40:35 PM                                                                                                                    
BARBARA MCNINCH,  representing self, Soldotna,  Alaska, testified                                                               
in support  of SJR  12. She  stated that she  moved to  Alaska in                                                               
1975 and  she worked in the  private sector until she  was in her                                                               
40s  and  thereafter worked  in  Alaska  public schools.  She  is                                                               
affected by both the WEP and the GPO.                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
5:41:35 PM                                                                                                                    
JOY GREEN, representing  self, Kona, HI, testified  in support of                                                               
SJR 12.  She stated that  as a  retired teacher from  Alaska, her                                                               
Social Security  benefits are  affected by both  the WEP  and the                                                               
GPO.  She is  unable  to  receive the  full  benefits she  earned                                                               
before becoming a teacher and  she is denied the spousal benefits                                                               
her late  husband earned.  She feels she  is being  penalized for                                                               
choosing a teaching career.                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
5:42:46 PM                                                                                                                    
LADAWN DRUCE,  Staff, Sterling, Alaska,  testified in  support of                                                               
SJR 12. She  stated that her husband retired as  a Tier I teacher                                                               
nine years ago  and the WEP and the GPO  reduced his benefit $400                                                               
per month,  which is  a little  over $43,000  over the  last nine                                                               
years.  She  pointed out  that  recruiting  educators and  public                                                               
employees in Alaska is more  difficult now because of the defined                                                               
contribution retirement system and the GPO/WEP.                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
5:44:09 PM                                                                                                                    
JAN   CAROLYN  HARDY,   representing  self,   Anchorage,  Alaska,                                                               
testified in support of SJR 12.  She stated that when the GPO and                                                               
the WEP  were devised,  the reasoning  was that  public employees                                                               
were  double dipping,  although  there was  no  such claim  about                                                               
private  sector employees  who receive  multiple retirement  from                                                               
various companies. It  was a policy of the ages  to take from the                                                               
poor and  give to the  rich. She said  she paid into  both Social                                                               
Security  and  Medicare and  was  taxed  like everyone  else  who                                                               
receives the full benefit.                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
5:45:42 PM                                                                                                                    
ACTING CHAIR HOLLAND closed public testimony on SJR 12.                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR WIELECHOWSKI  thanked the  committee for staying  late on                                                               
this critical issue  that affects many thousands  of Alaskans. It                                                               
will not  cost the state anything,  but it will bring  money into                                                               
Alaska and change the lives of many Alaskans, he said.                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
ACTING CHAIR HOLLAND held SJR 12 in committee.                                                                                  

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