Legislature(1993 - 1994)

04/18/1993 05:00 PM RLS

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                     SENATE RULES COMMITTEE                                    
                         April 18, 1993                                        
                            5:00 p.m.                                          
                                                                               
                                                                               
  MEMBERS PRESENT                                                              
                                                                               
  Senator George Jacko, Chairman                                               
  Senator Steve Rieger, Vice Chairman                                          
  Senator Rick Halford                                                         
  Senator Suzanne Little                                                       
                                                                               
  MEMBERS ABSENT                                                               
                                                                               
  Senator Fred Zharoff                                                         
                                                                               
  COMMITTEE CALENDAR                                                           
                                                                               
  SENATE BILL NO. 44                                                           
  "An Act relating  to civil  liability for skiing  accidents,                 
  operation of ski areas, and duties of ski area operators and                 
  skiers; and providing for an effective date."                                
                                                                               
  SENATE BILL NO. 58                                                           
  "An Act relating to the longevity bonus program."                            
                                                                               
  SENATE BILL NO. 73                                                           
  "An Act  relating  to  the time  for  filing  certain  civil                 
  actions; and providing for an effective date."                               
                                                                               
  SENATE BILL NO. 76                                                           
  "An  Act preventing  persons  with felony  convictions  from                 
  being  involved   in  charitable  gaming  activities   as  a                 
  permittee,  licensee,  or   employee  in  a   managerial  or                 
  supervisory capacity; and  relating to `political uses'  and                 
  `political organizations'  as those  terms are  used in  the                 
  charitable gaming statutes."                                                 
                                                                               
  SENATE BILL NO. 151                                                          
  "An  Act  providing for  oil  and gas  exploration incentive                 
  credits for certain activities on certain land in the state;                 
  and providing for an effective date."                                        
                                                                               
  SENATE BILL NO. 155                                                          
  "An Act relating to landlords and tenants, to termination of                 
  tenancies  and  recovery  of  rental  premises,  to   tenant                 
  responsibilities, to  the civil  remedies of  forcible entry                 
  and  detainer and nuisance  abatement, and to  the duties of                 
  peace  officers  to notify  landlords  of  arrests involving                 
  certain illegal activity on rental premises."                                
                                                                               
  SENATE BILL NO. 176                                                          
  "An  Act  relating  to  the   municipal  tax  exemption  for                 
  inventories intended for export."                                            
                                                                               
                                                                               
  SENATE BILL NO. 198                                                          
  "An Act exempting  certain activities  of the Department  of                 
  Transportation  and  Public Facilities  from  the regulation                 
  provisions of the Administrative  Procedure Act and allowing                 
  other procedures for those activities;  and providing for an                 
  effective date."                                                             
                                                                               
  SENATE BILL NO. 200                                                          
  "An  Act  allowing  the holders  of  a  multiple-beneficiary                 
  charitable   gaming  permit   that   consists  entirely   of                 
  noncommercial  broadcasting  stations  or networks  of  such                 
  stations to sell a pull-tab series at more than one location                 
  during the same  day if the sales are  made at the customary                 
  business location of one or more  of the holders, at another                 
  location by an employee of one  of the stations or networks,                 
  or  by  a registered  vendor;  allowing permittees  that are                 
  noncommercial  broadcasting  stations  or networks  of  such                 
  stations  to  contract  with vendors  to  sell  pull-tabs on                 
  behalf of  the permittee  at  retail establishments,  eating                 
  establishments,  and  establishments  with liquor  licenses;                 
  allowing municipalities to prohibit  vendors from conducting                 
  gaming  activities  within  the  municipality;  relating  to                 
  reports by the commissioner  regulating charitable gaming to                 
  the legislature; requiring registration of vendors; relating                 
  to multiple-beneficiary  charitable gaming permits  and door                 
  prizes for charitable gaming; preventing persons with felony                 
  convictions  or  convictions for  crimes involving  theft or                 
  dishonesty  or  a  violation  of  gambling laws  from  being                 
  involved in  charitable  gaming activities  as a  permittee,                 
  licensee, vendor,  person responsible for an  activity, fund                 
  raiser  or consultant  of  a  licensee,  or  employee  in  a                 
  managerial or supervisory  capacity and providing exceptions                 
  for certain persons whose convictions are  at least 10 years                 
  old  and are  not  for violation  of an  unclassified felony                 
  described  in  AS  11,  a  class  A  felony,  or  extortion;                 
  prohibiting a  prize or  award of  more than  $250,000 in  a                 
  pull-tab  game that  provides a  right to  participate in  a                 
  lottery; requiring a vendor contracting  with a permittee to                 
  pay the permittee at least  50 percent of the ideal net  for                 
  each  pull-tab  series  delivered  to   the  vendor  by  the                 
  permittee; and providing for an effective date."                             
                                                                               
  PREVIOUS SENATE COMMITTEE ACTION                                             
                                                                               
  SB  44 - See Labor and Commerce minutes dated 1/19/93,                       
           1/21/93, and 1/26/93.   See Judiciary minutes dated                 
           3/5/93, 3/17/93, 3/26/93, 3/31/93, and 4/16/93.                     
                                                                               
  SB  58 - See HESS minutes dated 2/19/93.  See Judiciary                      
           minutes dated 3/26/93 and 3/29/93.                                  
           Finance report 4/18/93.                                             
                                                                               
  SB  73 - See Labor & Commerce minutes dated 2/9/93.  See                     
                                                                               
                                                                               
           Judiciary minutes dated 3/31/93 and 4/14/93.                        
           Finance report 4/18/93.                                             
                                                                               
  SB  76 - See Labor & Commerce minutes dated 2/11/93,                         
           2/25/93 & 3/4/93.   See Judiciary minutes dated                     
           4/1/93.                                                             
           Finance report 4/18/93.                                             
                                                                               
  SB 151 - See Oil & Gas minutes dated 3/16/93, 3/23/93                        
           and 3/30/93.                                                        
           Finance report 4/18/93.                                             
                                                                               
  SB 155 - See State Affairs minutes dated 3/24/93 and                         
           Judiciary minutes dated 4/2/93, 4/8/93 &                            
           4/14/93.                                                            
           Finance report 4/18/93.                                             
                                                                               
  SB 176 - See Community & Regional Affairs minutes                            
           dated 4/13/93, 4/16/93.                                             
           Finance report 4/18/93.                                             
                                                                               
  SB 198 - See Transportation minutes dated 4/16/93.                           
                                                                               
  SB 200 - Finance report 4/18/93.                                             
                                                                               
  ACTION NARRATIVE                                                             
                                                                               
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  Number 001                                                                   
                                                                               
  The Senate Rules Committee  was called to order by  Chairman                 
  Jacko at 5:00 p.m.                                                           
                                                                               
  SENATOR  RIEGER moved and asked unanimous consent that SB 44                 
  (CIVIL  LIABILITY  FOR  SKIING  ACCIDENTS)  be approved  for                 
  calendaring  at  the  Chair's discretion.    SENATOR  LITTLE                 
  objected.   The roll  was taken  with the  following result:                 
  Senators Rieger, Halford  and Jacko voted "Yea"  and Senator                 
  Little voted "Nay."  The Chair stated the motion carried.                    
  SENATOR RIEGER moved and asked unanimous consent that  SB 58                 
  (PHASE OUT LONGEVITY  BONUS) be approved for  calendaring at                 
  the Chair's discretion.   SENATOR LITTLE objected.  The roll                 
  was  taken  with  the following  result:    Senators Rieger,                 
  Halford  and  Jacko  voted "Yea"  and  Senator  Little voted                 
  "Nay."  The Chair stated the motion carried.                                 
  SENATOR RIEGER moved and asked unanimous  consent that SB 73                 
  (LIABILITY OF  DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION  PROS)  be  approved  for                 
  calendaring  at  the  Chair's discretion.    SENATOR  LITTLE                 
                                                                               
                                                                               
  objected.   The roll  was taken  with the following  result:                 
  Senators Rieger, Halford  and Jacko voted "Yea"  and Senator                 
  Little voted "Nay."  The Chair stated the motion carried.                    
  SENATOR RIEGER moved and asked  unanimous consent that SB 76                 
  (CHARITABLE GAMING RESTRICTIONS) be approved for calendaring                 
  at the  Chair's discretion.   SENATOR LITTLE objected.   The                 
  roll  was taken with the following result:  Senators Rieger,                 
  Halford  and  Jacko  voted "Yea"  and  Senator  Little voted                 
  "Nay."  The Chair stated the motion carried.                                 
  SENATOR RIEGER moved and asked unanimous consent that SB 151                 
  (OIL & GAS  EXPLORATION INCENTIVE  CREDITS) be approved  for                 
  calendaring   at  the  Chair's   discretion.     Hearing  no                 
  objection, it was so ordered.                                                
  SENATOR RIEGER moved and asked unanimous consent that SB 155                 
  (USE  OF  RENTED PROPERTY/LAW  VIOLATIONS)  be  approved for                 
  calendaring  at the  Chair's  discretion.    SENATOR  LITTLE                 
  objected.   SENATOR RIEGER withdrew his motion to approve SB
  155 for calendaring.                                                         
  SENATOR RIEGER moved and asked unanimous consent that SB 176                 
  (MUNICIPAL INVENTORY TAX EXEMPTION:EXPORTS)  be approved for                 
  calendaring  at   the  Chair's   discretion.    Hearing   no                 
  objection, it was so ordered.                                                
  SENATOR RIEGER moved and asked unanimous consent that SB 198                 
  (ALLOW DTPF TO  SET AIRPORT  FEES W/O APA)  be approved  for                 
  calendaring  at  the   Chair's  discretion.     Hearing   no                 
  objection, it was so ordered.                                                
  SENATOR RIEGER moved and asked unanimous consent that SB 200                 
  (CHARITABLE GAMING RESTRICTIONS) be approved for calendaring                 
  at the Chair's discretion.  Hearing  no objection, it was so                 
  ordered.                                                                     
  There  being  no   further  business  to  come   before  the                 
  committee, the meeting was adjourned at 5:05 p.m.                            

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