SB 80: "An Act making corrective amendments to the Alaska Statutes as recommended by the revisor of statutes; and providing for an effective date."
00 SENATE BILL NO. 80 01 "An Act making corrective amendments to the Alaska Statutes as recommended by the 02 revisor of statutes; and providing for an effective date." 03 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA: 04 * Section 1. AS 04.16.047(a) is amended to read: 05 (a) A person who is restricted from purchasing alcoholic beverages 06 [ALCOHOL] under AS 04.16.160 may not knowingly enter or remain in premises 07 licensed under this title to obtain or consume alcoholic beverages [ALCOHOL]. 08 * Sec. 2. AS 04.16.047(d), added by sec. 98, ch. 8, SLA 2022, is amended to read: 09 (d) A person who is restricted from purchasing alcoholic beverages 10 [ALCOHOL] under AS 04.16.160 who knowingly violates (a) of this section commits 11 the crime of entering or remaining on licensed premises. 12 * Sec. 3. AS 09.20.050(b) is amended to read: 13 (b) The jury list shall be based on a list prepared by the Department of 14 Revenue of all persons who filed an application for a distribution of Alaska permanent
01 fund income under AS 43.23 during the current calendar year that shows an Alaska 02 address, and of all persons who volunteer for jury duty under (d) of this section. If 03 considered necessary by the administrative director of the Alaska Court System, the 04 jury list shall incorporate a list prepared by the Department of Administration of all 05 persons who hold a valid Alaska driver's license. The departments shall submit their 06 respective lists to the Alaska Court System not later than September 30 of each year. 07 To the extent that it is available, the departments shall include on the lists they submit 08 the following information for each person: first name, middle initial, and last name; 09 mailing address, including the zip code; and birth date. [THE LISTS SHALL BE 10 RECORDED ON MAGNETIC TAPE COMPATIBLE WITH ALASKA COURT 11 SYSTEM DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT.] 12 * Sec. 4. AS 14.30.420(a) is amended to read: 13 (a) A school board shall establish a local Native language curriculum advisory 14 board for each school in the district in which a majority of the students are Alaska 15 Natives, and any school district with Alaska Native students may establish a local 16 Native language curriculum advisory board for each school with Alaska Native 17 students in their district. If the local Native language curriculum advisory board 18 recommends the establishment of a Native language education curriculum for a 19 school, the school board may initiate and conduct a Native language education 20 curriculum within grades kindergarten [K] through 12 at that school. The program, if 21 established, must include Native languages traditionally spoken in the community in 22 which the school is located. Each school board conducting a program of Native 23 language education shall implement the program as a part of regular classroom studies 24 and shall use 25 (1) instructors who are certified under AS 14.20.020 or 14.20.025; and 26 (2) to the maximum extent possible 27 (A) instructors and instructional materials available through the 28 University of Alaska; and 29 (B) audio-visual, computer, and satellite technology. 30 * Sec. 5. AS 18.08.089(d)(3) is amended to read: 31 (3) "properly administered resuscitation efforts" means
01 (A) when a person authorized to perform advanced cardiac life 02 support techniques is not available and the patient is not hypothermic, at least 03 30 minutes of properly performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation; 04 (B) when a person authorized to perform advanced cardiac life 05 support techniques is not available and the patient is hypothermic, at least 60 06 minutes of cardiopulmonary resuscitation properly performed in conjunction 07 with rewarming techniques as described in the current cold injuries guidelines 08 [STATE OF ALASKA HYPOTHERMIA AND COLD WATER NEAR- 09 DROWNING GUIDELINES] published by the [DIVISION OF PUBLIC 10 HEALTH,] Department of Health; or 11 (C) at least 30 minutes of cardiopulmonary resuscitation and 12 advanced cardiac life support techniques properly performed by a person 13 authorized to perform advanced life support services. 14 * Sec. 6. AS 26.05.170 is amended to read: 15 Sec. 26.05.170. Governor's command and instructions exercised through 16 the adjutant general. The governor's command is exercised through the adjutant 17 general, who shall carry out the policies of the governor in military affairs. The 18 adjutant general represents the governor and shall act in conformity with the 19 governor's instructions. The adjutant general shall exercise control over the 20 department [MILITARY DEPARTMENT OF THE STATE]. 21 * Sec. 7. AS 26.10.060(a) is amended to read: 22 (a) The provisions of 50 U.S.C. 3808 (Military Selective Service Act) [50 23 U.S.C. APP. 459 (SEC. 9, UNIVERSAL MILITARY TRAINING AND SERVICE 24 ACT)], as amended, are extended to this state and its political subdivisions. 25 * Sec. 8. AS 28.10.161(d) is amended to read: 26 (d) The department shall produce registration plates in each [BOTH] of the 27 designs described in (b)(1) of this section. Upon registering a passenger vehicle, the 28 owner shall select the plate design described in (b)(1) of this section that is to be 29 issued by the department for the vehicle. 30 * Sec. 9. AS 34.45.430 is amended to read: 31 Sec. 34.45.430. Periods of limitation. The expiration [, BEFORE OR AFTER
01 SEPTEMBER 7, 1986,] of a period of time specified by contract, statute, or court 02 order, during which a claim for money or property may be made or during which an 03 action or proceeding may be commenced or enforced to obtain payment of a claim for 04 money or to recover property, does not prevent the money or property from being 05 presumed abandoned [,] and does not affect a duty to file a report or to pay or deliver 06 abandoned property to the department as required by AS 34.45.110 - 34.45.430. 07 * Sec. 10. AS 37.05.146(c)(1) is amended to read: 08 (1) highways equipment [HIGHWAY] working capital fund 09 (AS 44.68.210); 10 * Sec. 11. AS 37.05.210(a) is amended to read: 11 (a) The Department of Administration shall 12 (1) file with the governor and with the legislative auditor before 13 December 16 of each year a report of the financial transactions of the preceding fiscal 14 year and of the financial condition of the state as of the end of that year, prepared in 15 accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and audited by the 16 legislative auditor in accordance with generally accepted audit standards, with 17 comments and supplementary data that the Department of Administration considers 18 necessary; this report shall be printed for the information of the legislature and the 19 public and shall be made available to the public on the Internet website established 20 under AS 37.05.215; 21 (2) compile statistics necessary for the budget and other statistics 22 required by the governor; 23 (3) file a travel and compensation report with the legislature by 24 January 31 of each year containing detailed information for the previous calendar year 25 of the salaries, per diem, travel expenses, relocation expenses, and any additional 26 allowances for 27 (A) the governor, the lieutenant governor, and the chiefs of 28 staff of the governor and lieutenant governor; 29 (B) the president and vice-president of the University of Alaska 30 and the chancellors of the individual campuses of the university; 31 (C) the commissioners or other executive heads of the principal
01 departments in the executive branch of state government, and the deputy 02 commissioners and division directors in those departments; and 03 (D) the executive heads of public corporations created by law, 04 including the Alaska Railroad Corporation. 05 * Sec. 12. AS 41.17.090(d) is amended to read: 06 (d) Within five days after receipt of a detailed plan of operations under (c) of 07 this section, the state forester shall distribute the information received under (c) of this 08 section to affected state agencies [AND COASTAL DISTRICTS,] and shall distribute 09 the information received under (c)(1) of this section to each member of the public who 10 has asked to receive copies of notifications for the affected area. 11 * Sec. 13. AS 41.17.098(a) is amended to read: 12 (a) In administering this chapter, the commissioner shall coordinate with other 13 agencies [AND AFFECTED COASTAL DISTRICTS] that have jurisdiction over 14 activities subject to regulation under this chapter. 15 * Sec. 14. AS 41.17.098(b) is amended to read: 16 (b) In a review or implementation of a detailed plan of operations under 17 AS 41.17.090 and in a decision on a proposed variation from requirements under 18 AS 41.17.087, the commissioner shall consider the comments of each affected state 19 agency [AND, WHERE APPLICABLE, COASTAL DISTRICTS]. 20 * Sec. 15. AS 44.33.846(b) is amended to read: 21 (b) A study under this section must include 22 (1) a recommendation for or against incorporation of a borough 23 containing all or part of the area studied; 24 (2) an evaluation of the economic development potential of the area 25 studied; 26 (3) an evaluation of capital facility needs of the area studied; 27 (4) an evaluation of demographic, social, and environmental factors 28 affecting the area studied; 29 (5) an evaluation of the relationships among regional educational 30 attendance areas [, COASTAL RESOURCE SERVICE AREAS,] and other regional 31 entities responsible for providing services in the area studied;
01 (6) an evaluation of the relationships between the existing cities within 02 the area studied and regional entities responsible for providing services in the area; 03 and 04 (7) specific recommendations for 05 (A) organization of a home rule or general law borough 06 government if one is recommended; 07 (B) changes in organization of cities in the area studied; or 08 (C) the improvement of the delivery of services to the public by 09 the state in the area studied. 10 * Sec. 16. AS 44.64.030(a)(42) is amended to read: 11 (42) AS 46 (water, air, energy, and environmental conservation), other 12 than AS 46.03.820 and [,] 46.03.850 [, AS 46.39, AND AS 46.40]; 13 * Sec. 17. AS 46.06.041(b) is amended to read: 14 (b) The department may issue matching grants from money in the account to a 15 municipality, to an unincorporated community, to an organization representing two or 16 more municipalities or unincorporated communities within a region, to a nonprofit 17 organization, [COASTAL RESOURCES SERVICE AREA,] or to a regional health 18 corporation for the purpose of a community solid waste management plan. 19 * Sec. 18. AS 47.14.300(a) is amended to read: 20 (a) The department, a state or municipal agency with expertise in child abuse 21 or neglect, or a tribe recognized by the United States Secretary of the Interior to exist 22 as an Indian tribe under 25 U.S.C. 5131 [25 U.S.C. 479a] (Federally Recognized 23 Indian Tribe List Act of 1994) with expertise in child abuse or neglect, in partnership 24 with the department, may facilitate the initial establishment of a multidisciplinary 25 child protection team. The purpose of a team is to assist in the evaluation and 26 investigation of reports of child abuse or neglect, as defined in AS 47.17.290, made 27 under AS 47.17 or initiated by the department or a law enforcement agency and to 28 provide consultation and coordination for agencies involved in child-in-need-of-aid 29 cases under AS 47.10. The multidisciplinary child protection teams shall 30 (1) ensure that investigations involving child abuse or neglect are 31 coordinated and conducted by trained investigators;
01 (2) take and recommend steps to avoid duplicative interviews of 02 children; 03 (3) assist in the reduction of trauma to a child and family involved in 04 an investigation of child abuse or neglect; and 05 (4) review records, provide consultation, and make recommendations 06 to the department pertaining to a child-in-need-of-aid case under AS 47.10 referred to 07 the team by a team member. 08 * Sec. 19. AS 26.05.260(m); AS 26.10.060(b); and AS 41.17.900(b)(2) are repealed. 09 * Sec. 20. Section 2 of this Act takes effect January 1, 2024. 10 * Sec. 21. Except as provided in sec. 20 of this Act, this Act takes effect immediately under 11 AS 01.10.070(c).