Legislature(2017 - 2018)HOUSE FINANCE 519

04/14/2017 01:30 PM FINANCE

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01:38:25 PM Start
01:40:13 PM Spring Revenue Forecast: Powerpoint
03:37:42 PM HB103
03:55:40 PM HB76
04:27:17 PM HB128
05:02:01 PM SB3
05:27:23 PM HB167
05:57:15 PM Adjourn
* first hearing in first committee of referral
+ teleconferenced
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+ Presentation: Spring Revenue Forecast by TELECONFERENCED
Commissioner Randall Hoffbeck, Dept. of Revenue
Heard & Held
Heard & Held
Heard & Held
Moved HCS SB 3(TRA) Out of Committee
+ Bills Previously Heard/Scheduled TELECONFERENCED
Moved CSHB 103(FIN) Out of Committee
HOUSE BILL NO. 128                                                                                                            
     "An Act  relating to management  of enhanced  stocks of                                                                    
     shellfish; authorizing  certain nonprofit organizations                                                                    
     to engage  in shellfish enhancement  projects; relating                                                                    
     to application  fees for  salmon hatchery  permits; and                                                                    
     providing for an effective date."                                                                                          
4:27:17 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  ORTIZ, SPONSOR,  thanked  the committee  for                                                                    
hearing HB 128. He noted  Ms. Decker had mentioned pieces of                                                                    
a puzzle being put together  to help spur the development of                                                                    
Alaska's  mariculture industry.  He opined  that HB  128 was                                                                    
one  of  the pieces  of  the  puzzle.  He read  the  sponsor                                                                    
     Enhancement  of Alaska's  shellfish industry  holds the                                                                    
     potential   of  expanded   economic  opportunities   in                                                                    
     Alaska's coastal  communities and  increased resilience                                                                    
     of the State's fisheries portfolio.                                                                                        
     To  tap this  potential  HB 128  allows qualified  non-                                                                    
     profits  to   pursue  enhancement   and/or  restoration                                                                    
     projects involving shellfish  species including red and                                                                    
     blue  king  crab,  sea  cucumber,  abalone,  and  razor                                                                    
     The  bill creates  a  regulatory  framework with  which                                                                    
     Alaska  Department   of  Fish   and  Game   can  manage                                                                    
     shellfish  enhancement projects  and outlines  criteria                                                                    
     for issuance  of permits. It sets  out stringent safety                                                                    
     standards  to  ensure   sustainability  and  health  of                                                                    
     existing natural stocks. The  Commissioner of ADFG must                                                                    
     also  make   a  determination  of   substantial  public                                                                    
     benefit before a project can proceed.                                                                                      
     In addition,  the bill sets  the application fee  for a                                                                    
     shellfish enhancement project at  $1,000 and amends the                                                                    
     application fee for a salmon hatchery permit,                                                                              
     increasing the fee from $100 to $1,000.                                                                                    
     HB 128  plays an important  role in the  development of                                                                    
     mariculture  in   Alaska  by  providing  a   method  to                                                                    
     increase the available harvest  of shellfish for public                                                                    
     use in an environmentally safe manner.                                                                                     
Co-Chair  Foster reviewed  the available  testifiers in  the                                                                    
room and online.                                                                                                                
Vice-Chair   Gara   asked   about   Representative   Ortiz's                                                                    
reference   to  a   provision  in   the  legislation   about                                                                    
protecting against contamination or  danger to wild species.                                                                    
He  asked  if  the  representative  was  referring  to  wild                                                                    
shellfish or  wild fish also. Representative  Ortiz asked if                                                                    
Vice-Chair Gara was talking about salmon.                                                                                       
Vice-Chair Gara  responded affirmatively. He wanted  to make                                                                    
sure there  were provisions  in place  to ensure  that there                                                                    
was no  danger of  contamination that  would spread  to wild                                                                    
fish  or shellfish.  Representative Ortiz  deferred to  DFG.                                                                    
His understanding  was that a totally  different enhancement                                                                    
process was  being discussed. He thought  the shellfish were                                                                    
staying in  one area  without intermixing.  He asked  DFG to                                                                    
add to his comments.                                                                                                            
4:31:34 PM                                                                                                                    
FORREST  BOWERS,  DEPUTY  DIRECTOR, DIVISION  OF  COMMERCIAL                                                                    
FISHERIES, DEPARTMENT  OF FISH AND GAME,  explained that the                                                                    
enhancement  or   rehabilitation  projects  that   would  be                                                                    
promoted under  the bill would  target existing  stocks. For                                                                    
example,  there was  a King  Crab stock  around Kodiak.  The                                                                    
abundance level  was too  low to  harvest. The  efforts that                                                                    
would be undertaken  with the bill would  attempt to restore                                                                    
the stock to  a level where fisheries could  occur. The bill                                                                    
would  allow for  a restoration  of  native existing  stocks                                                                    
rather than  introducing a  new species  into an  area where                                                                    
they were not native.                                                                                                           
4:32:42 PM                                                                                                                    
MARY HAKALA,  STAFF, REPRESENTATIVE DAN ORTIZ,  added that a                                                                    
definition was provided  on page 9, line 3 of  the bill. The                                                                    
bill  specifically   spoke  to  shellfish.   The  definition                                                                    
detailed that shellfish was  exclusively indigenous to state                                                                    
waters.  She highlighted  a  provision on  page  5, line  11                                                                    
regarding collecting  brood stock.  The permit  holder would                                                                    
be directed to (where  feasible) first take shellfish native                                                                    
to the  area in which  the shellfish would be  released. She                                                                    
continued that in  some case where an  entity was restocking                                                                    
depleted stock it could take  from another area. She thought                                                                    
there were strong directives in the bill.                                                                                       
Vice-Chair Gara was mainly  concerned with protecting native                                                                    
stock.  He asked  if the  bill authorized  hatcheries beyond                                                                    
the relocation of  shellfish from one area to  another or if                                                                    
it  had more  to do  with enhancement  that did  not involve                                                                    
hatcheries. Mr.  Bowers responded  that hatcheries  could be                                                                    
used as  tools for  enhancements. However, there  were other                                                                    
methods available.                                                                                                              
Vice-Chair Gara asked if there  were rules in place to avoid                                                                    
contaminating native fish with  hatchery species. Mr. Bowers                                                                    
replied that all of the  shellfish that would potentially be                                                                    
involved in  one of the projects  would undergo pathological                                                                    
testing for  disease. The department  had a  genetics policy                                                                    
that  ensured that  genetic diversity  of native  stocks was                                                                    
maintained.   In  addition,   the  department   had  fishery                                                                    
management  policies dealing  with  harvest  rates to  avoid                                                                    
overexploiting stocks.                                                                                                          
Vice-Chair Gara  remarked that  he was  not a  scientist. He                                                                    
asked for assurance that there were  rules in place to do no                                                                    
harm  to  native  stocks.  Mr.  Bowers  responded  that  the                                                                    
department's directive  was to do no  harm. The department's                                                                    
interest was in conserving the  wild resources of the state,                                                                    
enhancing them  if they  became depleted,  or rehabilitating                                                                    
them.  The  department would  not  permit  a project  if  it                                                                    
thought it would do harm.                                                                                                       
4:36:17 PM                                                                                                                    
Representative  Wilson asked  how  the  issue was  different                                                                    
from mixing wild salmon with  farmed salmon. She wondered if                                                                    
the state would  be raising shellfish in a  separate way and                                                                    
then mixing  them with wild  shellfish. Mr.  Bowers answered                                                                    
that there were a number  of ways in which enhancement could                                                                    
occur. One  approach to shellfish  enhancement was  to take,                                                                    
for example, female King Crab  bred and fertilized naturally                                                                    
in the wild, brought into  a hatchery where they would span.                                                                    
The juvenile crab  would be raised up to a  certain size and                                                                    
released  into   the  wild.   Essentially,  they   would  be                                                                    
naturally  produced  organisms  that   had  been  helped  to                                                                    
survive  a  vulnerable  life  stage. They  would  not  be  a                                                                    
hatchery-produced  fish. They  would  be  native and  placed                                                                    
back  into their  native habitat.  He  suggested that  other                                                                    
approaches might  include moving  organisms such  as abalone                                                                    
closer  together.  Speculations  had been  made  that  their                                                                    
reproduction  was  limited   because  the  individuals  were                                                                    
geographically too  far apart  to breed  successfully. There                                                                    
were  other  approaches  as  well  including  back  planning                                                                    
hatchery-produced organisms to  speed up natural recruitment                                                                    
to allow  fisheries to happen  more quickly. In the  case of                                                                    
the  fish  Representative  Wilson mentioned,  some  interior                                                                    
hatcheries were  non-native species  like Rainbow  Trout. He                                                                    
noted   that   triploid   organisms  could   not   reproduce                                                                    
naturally.  They were  introduced into  areas such  as land-                                                                    
locked  lakes  where  they  could  not  interact  with  wild                                                                    
Representative  Wilson discussed  the general  concern about                                                                    
releasing them [enhancement fish]  into the wild potentially                                                                    
causing  issues with  the population.  She  wondered how  to                                                                    
address the concern. She asked for clarification.                                                                               
4:40:12 PM                                                                                                                    
Mr.  Bowers responded  that the  native  organisms would  be                                                                    
placed  back  into  the  area where  they  would  have  been                                                                    
produced in  the wild.  He cited the  example of  Kodiak Red                                                                    
King  Crab. The  department  was not  moving organisms  into                                                                    
places  where  they  were  not native.  He  noted  that  the                                                                    
existing hatchery programs were  situated in areas where the                                                                    
department  believed  straying   and  interbreeding  between                                                                    
hatchery  and naturally  produced fish  would be  minimized.                                                                    
There  were protections  in place.  He  reemphasized he  was                                                                    
speaking about native organisms.                                                                                                
Representative Wilson asked if  any other states had similar                                                                    
programs. Mr. Bowers was not aware of any.                                                                                      
Representative  Guttenberg  reiterated the  information  Mr.                                                                    
Bowers  had provided.  He asked  if there  had been  lessons                                                                    
learned regarding  overharvesting issues that would  help in                                                                    
avoiding recreating problems from the past.                                                                                     
Mr. Bowers replied  that in the case of Red  King Crab, some                                                                    
of the  declines were  due to over  fishing. There  had also                                                                    
been changes in  the North Pacific eco system  that made the                                                                    
environment  less favorable  for  shellfish than  it was  30                                                                    
years  to  40  years  ago.  The  department  had  learned  a                                                                    
significant   amount   about  conservative   management   of                                                                    
shellfish  stocks  because  of their  volatile  history.  In                                                                    
general, the  department's harvest  policies were  much more                                                                    
conservative at present then they  were 30 years or 40 years                                                                    
ago. The department  has spent a significant  amount of time                                                                    
working on  the issue  with the  Alaska Board  of Fisheries.                                                                    
The department's  stock assessment  was better than  it used                                                                    
to  be.  With  regard  to  other  research,  the  department                                                                    
believed some  of the  stocks had  not rebuilt  because they                                                                    
were  recruitment limited.  In other  words, there  were not                                                                    
enough juvenile  crab being  produced to  overcome predation                                                                    
and natural mortality  to rebuild the stock  to levels where                                                                    
harvests could be  sustained. The intent of the  bill was to                                                                    
overcome  the recruitment  limitation  in order  to get  the                                                                    
stocks back  to a sustainable level.  Enhancement would help                                                                    
to provide additional harvest opportunity.                                                                                      
4:44:52 PM                                                                                                                    
Representative Guttenberg  asked if the department  would be                                                                    
able  to  monitor  the  habitat  changes  to  determine  the                                                                    
success of the harvest. Mr.  Bowers indicated that the major                                                                    
benchmark  of  success would  be  abundance  or stock  size,                                                                    
which was  measured through  annual surveys.  Even fisheries                                                                    
that had been  closed for several years, such  as Kodiak Red                                                                    
King Crab stocks, were still surveyed annually.                                                                                 
Representative   Ortiz  furthered   that   in  addition   to                                                                    
overharvesting  being a  contributing  factor to  decreasing                                                                    
stocks  in shellfish  in Southeast  Alaska,  sea otters  and                                                                    
other predators have influenced stock levels.                                                                                   
Representative Guttenberg  referred to page 9,  Section 6 of                                                                    
the  bill. He  asked  about the  definition  of a  shellfish                                                                    
facility. He  thought the definition  was placed  within the                                                                    
definition of farmed fish. He  asked for clarity. Mr. Bowers                                                                    
answered  that  the section  simply  adds  shellfish to  the                                                                    
exemption  provided  in  the  farmed  fish  definition.  The                                                                    
existing  language  exempted   salmon  hatcheries  from  the                                                                    
farmed  fish definition  and added  shellfish operations  to                                                                    
the exemption under the bill, as they were wild fish.                                                                           
4:48:58 PM                                                                                                                    
Representative  Guttenberg  asked  if  shellfish  hatcheries                                                                    
were  being  added. Mr.  Bowers  responded  that a  hatchery                                                                    
could  be  used.   It  was  one  tool   for  enhancement  or                                                                    
rehabilitation.  Shellfish produced  in  a  hatchery or  any                                                                    
other enhancement  operation that  would be  permitted under                                                                    
the bill would not be considered farmed fish.                                                                                   
Co-Chair Seaton spoke  of segments of shoreline  in his area                                                                    
that  did   not  have  clam  populations   return  after  an                                                                    
earthquake. He wondered if the  state had been successful in                                                                    
reestablishing subsistence and sport  harvest areas that had                                                                    
reduced  stocks  such  that  they  were  not  available  for                                                                    
harvest. He  also wondered about an  overly large population                                                                    
of pink  salmon interfering  with other stocks.  He wondered                                                                    
if  the bill  would apply  to his  examples. He  wondered if                                                                    
there  were  concerns  about   filter  feeders.  Mr.  Bowers                                                                    
appreciated Co-Chair  Seaton bringing up his  question about                                                                    
clams in  South Central  Alaska. They  were stocks  that had                                                                    
declined  significantly over  the previous  several decades.                                                                    
They would be candidate  stocks for rehabilitation under the                                                                    
Co-Chair  Seaton clarified  that  he was  talking about  the                                                                    
harvest of stocks from beaches  and repopulating the beaches                                                                    
-  not bringing  in  stocks from  another  area. Mr.  Bowers                                                                    
answered in the affirmative.  He relayed that the department                                                                    
would look for the nearest  available stock that had surplus                                                                    
biomass available  which would  be used  as brood  stock. He                                                                    
was unaware of  concerns that had been  raised by increasing                                                                    
any  shellfish populations  to  their  native or  historical                                                                    
biomass levels. It would be  a reasonable part of sustaining                                                                    
eco system diversity.                                                                                                           
Representative Pruitt  made a joking  remark. Representative                                                                    
Ortiz responded in kind.                                                                                                        
Co-Chair Foster OPENED Public Testimony for HB 128.                                                                             
4:53:34 PM                                                                                                                    
GINNY ECKERT, ALASKA KING  CRAB RESEARCH, REHABILITATION AND                                                                    
BIOLOGY PROGRAM,  JUNEAU, spoke  in support  of HB  128. She                                                                    
was  a  fisheries  professor at  the  University  of  Alaska                                                                    
Fairbanks.  She provided  additional background  information                                                                    
indicating her  shellfish expertise in Alaska.  She had been                                                                    
doing research  on King Crab  since 2007 to  investigate the                                                                    
feasibility   of   rehabilitation.   She   had   learned   a                                                                    
significant amount about King Crabs  in their early years of                                                                    
life. She was convinced that  one bottleneck was their early                                                                    
life history. For  example, in Kodiak when  she went looking                                                                    
for  small baby  King  Crab she  did not  find  them in  the                                                                    
places  they  had  been  historically.  She  had  worked  on                                                                    
methods  to rear  King  Crab  in a  hatchery.  She had  also                                                                    
conducted  experimental  out-plantings  to  determine  which                                                                    
habitat would best promote survival  for juveniles. She also                                                                    
looked at predation. She reported  that she had not done any                                                                    
experiments  in  areas where  there  were  wild stocks.  She                                                                    
indicated that some of the  concerns that had been discussed                                                                    
such as genetic issues were  real and viable. However, crabs                                                                    
were very different  from salmon and other  fish. King Crabs                                                                    
were reproducing  in the  wild. She  reported that  the goal                                                                    
was  to increase  the survival  of offspring  that had  been                                                                    
produced  in the  wild. She  noted  that in  some cases  the                                                                    
rehabilitation could increase  genetic diversity through the                                                                    
process.  She reported  examples of  hatchery production  in                                                                    
the wild to  restore wild stocks including a  huge effort on                                                                    
the east coast to restore wild  oysters and an effort on the                                                                    
west coast to restore Abalone.                                                                                                  
4:57:16 PM                                                                                                                    
TOMI MARSH,  OCEANS ALASKA, KETCHIKAN  (via teleconference),                                                                    
spoke in  support of HB 76  and HB 128. She  believed HB 128                                                                    
was very  important because it allowed  an infrastructure in                                                                    
order  to  enhance  some  of the  wild  stocks  that  needed                                                                    
rehabilitation  due to  predators or  environmental changes.                                                                    
She emphasized  that Oceans Alaska supported  both pieces of                                                                    
4:58:34 PM                                                                                                                    
ANGEL   DVOBNICA,   ALEUTIAN   PRIBILOF   ISLAND   COMMUNITY                                                                    
DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION  (APICDA), reported  she was  also a                                                                    
member of  the Mariculture  Task Force. The  association had                                                                    
submitted  letters of  support  on both  of the  mariculture                                                                    
bills.   The Aleutian Pribilof Island  Community Development                                                                    
Association  was   one  of  six  groups   in  the  Community                                                                    
Development  Quota Program  and represented  six communities                                                                    
in  the Aleutian  Pribilof Region.  She provided  additional                                                                    
information regarding  the association.  She opined  that HB
128  was necessary  to bring  a certain  program out  of its                                                                    
research  phase  into  implementation. The  association  saw                                                                    
tremendous opportunity in mariculture  in Western Alaska for                                                                    
increasing  access to  commercial and  subsistence fisheries                                                                    
and  to  better understand  in  impacts  of climate  related                                                                    
ocean changes  on important  fisheries species  and building                                                                    
resiliency to those changes. The  communities of APICDA were                                                                    
heavily invested  in fisheries  and were very  interested in                                                                    
mariculture  development.  Such  development could  play  an                                                                    
important   role  in   diversifying  the   existing  seafood                                                                    
operations. She  indicated that  both mariculture  bills had                                                                    
wide  support throughout  Western  Alaska  and thought  both                                                                    
were  necessary. She  added that  on  a personal  note as  a                                                                    
Dungeness crab fisherman in the  Southeast she would support                                                                    
Representative Pruitt's amendment.                                                                                              
5:01:08 PM                                                                                                                    
Co-Chair Foster CLOSED Public Testimony on HB 128.                                                                              
Co-Chair Foster indicated amendments for  HB 128 were due on                                                                    
Tuesday, April 18, 2017 by 5:00 p.m.                                                                                            
HB  128  was  HEARD  and   HELD  in  committee  for  further                                                                    
Co-Chair  Foster  relayed  that there  were  two  additional                                                                    
bills to be heard before the end of the meeting.                                                                                

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
HB0076 CS Sectional Analysis 03.15.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Sponsor Statement 01.26.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document - Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation Letter 03.01.2017.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document - Alaska Shellfish Growers Letter 03.03.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document - APICDA 03.06.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document - City and Borough of Wrangell Letter 03.01.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document - Ketchikan Gateway Borough Letter 03.02.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document - Mariculture Task Force Letter 03.03.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document - OceansAlaska Letter 03.06.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document - Shelly Wright Letter 03.02.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document - Southeast Conference Resolution 03.02.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document-Alaska Municipal League 01.26.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document-City and Borough of Wrangell 01.26.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB0076 Supporting Document-Ketchikan Gateway Borough 01.26.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB76 and HB128 Supporting Document-APICDA 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 76
HB 128
HB128 Amend Document-M.Adkison 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Opposing Document-N. Hilstrand 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Sectional Analysis 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Sponsor Statement 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Supporting Document-AFDF 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Supporting Document-AK Mariculture Task Force 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Supporting Document-Alutiiq Pride Shellfish Hatchery 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Supporting Document-ASGA 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Supporting Document-B Yuknis 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Supporting Document-City & Borough of Wrangell 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Supporting Document-JEDC 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Supporting Document-Ketchikan Gateway Borough 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Supporting Document-SE conference 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128 Supporting Document-SWAMC 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HB128-Supporting Document-SARDFA 4.4.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 128
HCS SB3 - Explanation of Changes.PDF HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
SB 3
HCS SB3 - Sectional Analysis.PDF HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
SB 3
HCS SB3 - Sponsor Statement.PDF HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
SB 3
SB 3 - Letter of Support - AK Chamber.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
SB 3
SB 3 - new cruise line in Alaska.PDF HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
SB 3
SB3 - FINAL Small Ship 2016 Sampling Report 1-3-17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
SB 3
SB3 - Environmental Compliance Info Sheet.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
SB 3
SB3 - vessel vs. muni discharge.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
SB 3
SB3 - Letter of Support - Alaskan Dream Cruises.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
SB 3
SB3 - Small Vessel Discharge Bill FAQs 1.3.2017.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
SB 3
HB167 Additional Document - Statutory Recommendations to Rules.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 167
HB167 Suggested Improvements to the Performance Review Program.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 167
HB167 Sponsor Statement.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 167
Spring Revenue Forecast DOR 2017 RSB - 4.14.17.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HFIN DOR Spring Revenue Forecast
DOR Spring 2017 Revenue Forecast Presentation - FINAL.PDF HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HFIN DOR Spring Revenue Forecast PP
HB 103 - Amendments.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 103
HB103_Support_041417.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
HB 103
SB3 Support UFA to Hse Finance 030117.pdf HFIN 4/14/2017 1:30:00 PM
SB 3