Legislature(1993 - 1994)
1994-03-04 House JournalFull Journal pdf
1994-03-04 House Journal Page 2618 SB 54 Representative Phillips objected. Representative Finkelstein moved and asked unanimous consent that Amendment No. 4 be withdrawn. There being no objection, Amendment No. 4 was withdrawn. New Amendment No. 4 was offered by Representative Finkelstein: Page 2, line 25: Add a new section to read: * Sec. 2. AS 11.61.220(a) is amended to read: (a) A person commits the crime of misconduct involving weapons in the fifth degree if the person (1) knowingly possesses a deadly weapon, other than an ordinary pocketknife or a defensive weapon, that is concealed on the person; (2) knowingly possesses a loaded firearm on the person in any place where intoxicating liquor is sold for consumption on the premises; (3) being (A) a person under 18 years of age, possesses a firearm if the person has been convicted of an offense that is a crime of violence or has been adjudicated a delinquent minor for the violation of a law or ordinance that would constitute a crime of violence if the person were an adult; for purposes of this subparagraph, "crime of violence" means the commission or attempt on the part of the person to commit any of the following offenses: (i) murder in any degree (ii) manslaughter (iii) criminally negligent homicide (iv) assault in any degree (v) kidnapping (vi) sexual assault in any degree (vii) sexual abuse of a minor in any degree; or (viii) robbery in any degree; or 1994-03-04 House Journal Page 2619 SB 54 (B) an unemancipated under 16 years of age, possesses a firearm without the consent of a parent or guardian of the minor; (4) knowingly possesses a firearm (A) or a defensive weapon within the grounds of or on a parking lot immediately adjacent to a public or private preschool, elementary, junior high, or secondary school without the permission of the chief administrative officer of the school or district or the designee of the chief administrative officer, except that a person 21 years of age or older may possess (i) an unloaded firearm in the trunk of a motor vehicle or encased in a closed container in a motor vehicle; (ii) a defensive weapon; or (B) within the grounds of or on a parking lot immediately adjacent to a center, other than a private residence, licensed under AS 47.35.010 - 47.35.075 or recognized by the federal government for the care of children; (5) possesses or transports a switchblade or a gravity knife. Renumber following sections accordingly. Representative Finkelstein moved and asked unanimous consent that New Amendment No. 4 be adopted. Representative Porter objected. Representative Finkelstein moved and asked unanimous consent that New Amendment No. 4 be withdrawn. There being no objection, New Amendment No. 4 was withdrawn. Representative Phillips moved and asked unanimous consent that HCS CSSB 54(FIN) am H be considered engrossed, advanced to third reading and placed on final passage. Representative Ulmer objected and withdrew the objection. There being no further objection, it was so ordered. HCS CSSB 54(FIN) am H was read the third time. The question being: "Shall HCS CSSB 54(FIN) am H pass the House?" The roll was taken with the following result: 1994-03-04 House Journal Page 2620 SB 54 HCS CSSB 54(FIN) am H Third Reading Final Passage YEAS: 27 NAYS: 10 EXCUSED: 3 ABSENT: 0 Yeas: Barnes, Bunde, Carney, G.Davis, Green, Grussendorf, Hanley, Hudson, James, Kott, Larson, Mackie, Martin, Moses, Mulder, Nordlund, Olberg, Parnell, Phillips, Porter, Sanders, Sitton, Therriault, Toohey, Vezey, Williams, Willis Nays: Brice, Brown, Davidson, Davies, Finkelstein, Foster, MacLean, Navarre, Nicholia, Ulmer Excused: B.Davis, Hoffman, Menard And so, HCS CSSB 54(FIN) am H passed the House. Representative Phillips moved and asked unanimous consent that the roll call on the passage of the bill be considered the roll call on the effective date clause. There being no objection, it was so ordered. Representative Navarre gave notice of reconsideration of his vote on HCS CSSB 54(FIN) am H.