Legislature(2001 - 2002)
2001-04-28 House JournalFull Journal pdf
2001-04-28 House Journal Page 1320 HB 204 The following was read the second time: HOUSE BILL NO. 204 "An Act relating to the Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education and the Alaska Student Loan Corporation; relating to student financial aid programs and the financing of those programs; establishing the Alaska Advantage Loan Program and the Alaska Supplemental Education Loan Program; increasing the bonding authorization of the Alaska Student Loan Corporation; providing for liens resulting from a default under AS 14.43 or AS 14.44; relating to the duties of the recorder regarding those liens; relating to defaults under the Western Regional Higher Education Compact; relating to the prohibition on discrimination regarding programs under AS 14.43; relating to fees for the review of certain postsecondary institutions; making conforming amendments; and providing for an effective date." with the: Journal Page EDU RPT 5DP 840 FN2: (EED) 841 HES REFERRAL WAIVED 868 FIN RPT 9DP 1AM 1029 FN2: (EED) 1030 Representative James moved and asked unanimous consent that HB 204 be considered engrossed, advanced to third reading, and placed on final passage. There being no objection, it was so ordered. HB 204 was read the third time. 2001-04-28 House Journal Page 1321 The question being: "Shall HB 204 pass the House?" The roll was taken with the following result: HB 204 Third Reading Final Passage YEAS: 38 NAYS: 0 EXCUSED: 1 ABSENT: 1 Yeas: Berkowitz, Bunde, Chenault, Cissna, Coghill, Crawford, Croft, Davies, Dyson, Fate, Green, Guess, Halcro, Harris, Hayes, Hudson, James, Joule, Kapsner, Kerttula, Kohring, Kott, Lancaster, Masek, McGuire, Meyer, Morgan, Moses, Mulder, Murkowski, Ogan, Porter, Rokeberg, Scalzi, Stevens, Whitaker, Williams, Wilson Excused: Kookesh Absent: Foster And so, HB 204 passed the House. Representative James 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. HB 204 was referred to the Chief Clerk for engrossment. Representative Cissna later declared a conflict of interest.