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          SB 136-LIMITATIONS ON FIREARMS RESTRICTIONS                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
3:42:21 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR HUGHES announced the consideration  of SENATE BILL NO. 136,                                                               
"An Act relating to firearms and other weapons restrictions."                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
3:42:37 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR ROBERT  MYERS, speaking  as sponsor,  stated that  SB 136                                                               
seeks  to clarify  what sort  of restrictions  can and  cannot be                                                               
imposed during a  disaster declaration on the ability  to own and                                                               
operate firearms. He  noted that this issue came  up in Anchorage                                                               
in the context  of essential services. The  bill effectively says                                                               
that  a state  agency  or  municipality may  not  use a  disaster                                                               
declaration  as the  basis for  imposing new  firearms rules.  He                                                               
deferred further introduction to his staff, Michaella Anderson.                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
3:44:30 PM                                                                                                                    
MICHAELLA  ANDERSON, Staff,  Senator Robert  Myers, Alaska  State                                                               
Legislature, Juneau, Alaska, reported  that seven states mandated                                                               
the  complete or  partial closure  of firearms  stores or  ranges                                                               
during  the pandemic  because they  were deemed  nonessential. SB
136 seeks to prevent that from happening in Alaska.                                                                             
                                                                                                                                
She referred to the sponsor statement for SB 136 that read as                                                                   
follows:                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
     Governors of the  United States may declare  a state of                                                                    
     emergency   in  the   event   of   a  disaster.   These                                                                    
     declarations generally provide  expansive police powers                                                                    
     to  regulate  states  during  emergency  situations  to                                                                    
     protect  the  public  health and  safety.  While  these                                                                    
     police  powers   are  usually  granted  by   the  state                                                                    
     constitution,  state statutes  clarify  and define  the                                                                    
     extent  of the  emergency authority  granted during  an                                                                    
     emergency  declaration.  Thus, state  legislatures  can                                                                    
     create reasonable  regulations to define  and establish                                                                    
     the restrictions  on constitutional rights that  may or                                                                    
     may not be justified in times of emergency.                                                                                
                                                                                                                                
     It is the  goal of SB 136 to clarify  the extent of the                                                                    
     emergency   authority  granted   during  an   emergency                                                                    
     declaration in  regard to the  Second Amendment  and to                                                                    
     prevent the  unnecessary infringements on the  right to                                                                    
     keep   and  bear   arms.   SB   136  establishes   that                                                                    
     notwithstanding a declaration  of a disaster emergency,                                                                    
     neither the state or a  municipal agency may not forbid                                                                    
     the possession,  use or transfer of  a firearm, firearm                                                                    
     accessory,  ammunition, or  other  weapon for  personal                                                                    
     use.  In addition,  SB 136  also  establishes that  the                                                                    
     closure  and limitation  of commerce  under the  police                                                                    
     powers of the  governor must be equally  applied to all                                                                    
     forms of  commerce, and prevents undue  restrictions of                                                                    
     businesses   associated   with  firearms   and   public                                                                    
     shooting range facilities.                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
     It is the duty of  the state legislature to clarify the                                                                    
     extent    of   the    emergency   authority    granting                                                                    
     restrictions   on  constitutional   rights  during   an                                                                    
     emergency  declaration. SB  136 provides  clarification                                                                    
     that  neither  the  state  or  municipal  agencies  may                                                                    
     unnecessarily infringe  upon Alaskan citizens  right to                                                                    
     keep and bear arms.                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
3:45:16 PM                                                                                                                    
MS. ANDERSON summarized the sectional analysis for SB 136 that                                                                  
read as follows:                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                
     Section 1.                                                                                                               
     Adds new sections to Article 5 of AS 44.99.                                                                                
        a) Establishes that notwithstanding a disaster                                                                          
             emergency declared under AS  26.23.020, a state                                                                    
             or  municipal   agency  may   not  impose   the                                                                    
             following:                                                                                                         
               a.  Forbid the  possession, use,  or transfer                                                                    
                  of  a   firearm,   a  firearm   accessory,                                                                    
                  ammunition, or  other weapon  for personal                                                                    
                  use.                                                                                                          
               b.  Order the  seizure or  confiscation of  a                                                                    
                  firearm, a firearm  accessory, ammunition,                                                                    
                  or other weapon for personal use.                                                                             
               c.   Limit  the   quantity  or   place  other                                                                    
                  restrictions on  the  sale  or service  of                                                                    
                  firearms, firearm accessories, ammunition,                                                                    
                  or other weapons for personal use.                                                                            
               d. Unless  the closure or  limitation applies                                                                    
                  equally to  all forms  of commerce  within                                                                    
                  the  jurisdiction,  close  or   limit  the                                                                    
                  operating hours of the following:                                                                             
                    i. An entity engaged in the sale or                                                                         
                       service    of    firearms,    firearm                                                                    
                       accessories, ammunition, or other                                                                        
                       weapons for personal use, or                                                                             
                    ii. An indoor or outdoor shooting                                                                           
                       range.                                                                                                   
               e.  Suspend or  revoke  a permit  to carry  a                                                                    
                  concealed   handgun   issued    under   AS                                                                    
                  18.65.700,  except   as  provided   in  AS                                                                    
                  18.65.735 and 18.65.740; or                                                                                   
               f. Refuse  to accept an application  to carry                                                                    
                  a   concealed   handgun,    provided   the                                                                    
                  application   contains   the   information                                                                    
                  required under AS 18.65.710.                                                                                  
        b) Establishes that this section does not apply to                                                                      
             the  possession   of  a   firearm,  a   firearm                                                                    
             accessory, ammunition,  or  other  weapon by  a                                                                    
             person   who   is   prohibited   from   legally                                                                    
             possessing  a  firearm,  a  firearm  accessory,                                                                    
             ammunition, or other weapon under state law.                                                                       
        c) Establishes that a person may bring a civil                                                                          
             action in  superior  court  if  the  person  is                                                                    
             adversely affected  by a  violation  of (a)  of                                                                    
             this section, and the person is the following:                                                                     
               a.  Qualified under  state law  to possess  a                                                                    
                  firearm, a firearm  accessory, ammunition,                                                                    
                  or other weapon; or                                                                                           
               b. A membership organization consisting of                                                                       
                  two or more individuals eligible under (1)                                                                    
                  of this  subsection that  is dedicated  in                                                                    
                  whole or in part to the  protection of the                                                                    
                  rights  of  persons  who  possess  or  use                                                                    
                  firearms or other weapons.                                                                                    
        d) Notwithstanding AS 09.17.020(f) - (h), a                                                                             
             prevailing plaintiff under (c)  of this section                                                                    
             may recover.                                                                                                       
               a. The greater amount of actual economic                                                                         
                  damages or punitive damages in the amount                                                                     
                  of three times the plaintiff's attorney                                                                       
                  fees.                                                                                                         
               b. Court costs; and                                                                                              
               c. Attorney fees.                                                                                                
        e) Defines "State or Municipal Agency" to include                                                                       
             the  following:  University  of   Alaska  or  a                                                                    
             department,  institution,   board,  commission,                                                                    
             division, council, committee, authority, public                                                                    
             corporation,    school    district,    regional                                                                    
             educational   attendance    area,   or    other                                                                    
             administrative unit of a municipality or of the                                                                    
             executive, judicial,  or legislative  branch of                                                                    
             state government,  and  includes  employees  of                                                                    
             those entities.                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
     Section 2.                                                                                                               
     Repeals AS 44.99.500(g)(1) which is the definition of                                                                      
     a firearm accessory.                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
MS. ANDERSON advised  that the definition of  a firearm accessory                                                               
is in the new Sec. 44.99.595.                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
3:46:40 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR HUGHES  recalled that  when the  governor issued  a mandate                                                               
early in the  pandemic that closed all  but essential businesses,                                                               
marijuana shops and alcohol venders  were allowed to remain open,                                                               
but places  that sold firearms  had to  close. She asked  if that                                                               
mandate was statewide at least for a while.                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
3:47:22 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR  MYERS  offered his  understanding  that  when the  state                                                               
listed essential  businesses, hunting  and fishing  supply stores                                                               
were deemed essential  and were allowed to  remain open. However,                                                               
the  definitions   were  not  consistently  interpreted   in  the                                                               
implementation.  For  example,  to  be classified  as  a  hunting                                                               
supply store,  a certain square  footage of  the store had  to be                                                               
dedicated to firearms and firearms  materials such as ammunition.                                                               
Stores  that sold  firearms exclusively  were  allowed to  remain                                                               
open but stores  such as Cabela's and  Sportsman's Warehouse were                                                               
ordered to close by the municipality.                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR  MYERS  said  multiple   complaints  were  filed  against                                                               
multiple  stores   that  did   not  close   and  each   time  the                                                               
municipality contacted the  store and came to  resolution. SB 136                                                               
would flip the  burden of proof and instead of  a store having to                                                               
prove to  a municipality that  it was  allowed to stay  open, the                                                               
municipality would be required to prove  to the store that it had                                                               
to close.  The bill states that  a store that sells  firearms may                                                               
be closed if the closure applies  to all forms of commerce in the                                                               
jurisdiction.  He cited  the example  of a  Sportsman's Warehouse                                                               
and a  Target located next  to each  other; they are  either both                                                               
open or both closed.                                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
3:49:36 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR  HUGHES  summarized  that  it  was  a  state  mandate  that                                                               
municipalities   interpreted  differently.   She  asked   if  the                                                               
Municipality  of Anchorage  was  the only  entity  that used  the                                                               
different interpretation.                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR MYERS replied the Municipality  of Anchorage was the only                                                               
one his office heard about.                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR HUGHES referenced the language  in paragraph (4) on page 1,                                                               
lines 13-14 and  asked him to confirm that this  does not address                                                               
essential  versus nonessential  businesses. It  is that  closures                                                               
would apply uniformly to all commerce in the jurisdiction.                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR MYERS answered that is correct.                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
CHAIR HUGHES turned to invited testimony.                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
3:50:47 PM                                                                                                                    
AOIBHEANN  CLINE,  Northwest  Regional Director,  National  Rifle                                                               
Association (NRA),  Fairfax, Virginia, on  behalf of the  tens of                                                               
thousands of  NRA members in  Alaska, spoke in strong  support of                                                               
SB 136. She stated the  Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution                                                               
and Art. I,  Sec. 19 of the Alaska Constitution  provide that the                                                               
right  of  the  people  to  keep  and  bear  arms  shall  not  be                                                               
infringed.  SB 136  aims to  protect that  right by  preventing a                                                               
state or municipal  agency from limiting these rights  based on a                                                               
disaster declaration. She  said the bill is a  response to events                                                               
stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
MS. CLINE  maintained the  COVID-19 pandemic  negatively affected                                                               
Anchorage  based  businesses  under  the  municipality's  "Hunker                                                               
Down" Emergency Order EO-03. The  issue was centered in Anchorage                                                               
during  this pandemic,  but the  NRA believes  that without  this                                                               
legislation any municipality  could be next. SB  136 ensures that                                                               
firearm  related businesses,  shooting ranges,  and the  right to                                                               
keep  and  bear  arms  are  not  unjustly  singled  out  for  any                                                               
political reason. She  cited District of Columbia  v. Heller, 554                                                               
U.S.  570  in  which  the   United  States  Supreme  Court  found                                                               
mandatory  storage  locking  requirements  were  unconstitutional                                                               
because it  rendered firearms impossible  to operate in  order to                                                               
exercise the core Second Amendment right of self-defense.                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
MS. CLINE  described SB  136 as a  narrowly tailored  solution to                                                               
the  specific  problem  of  restrictions  on  firearms  under  an                                                               
emergency declaration and urged support.                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
3:54:13 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR HUGHES opened public testimony on SB 136.                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
3:54:27 PM                                                                                                                    
ANNE CAULFIELD,  Volunteer, Moms Demand  Action for Gun  Sense in                                                               
America, Juneau,  Alaska, stated  that as a  mother, grandmother,                                                               
and retired  school counselor  she was  deeply concerned  that SB
136 would restrict public universities  and school districts from                                                               
setting   firearm  policies.   It   would   also  prevent   local                                                               
authorities from  intervening to  temporarily restrict  access to                                                               
firearms for a person at risk for suicide or domestic violence.                                                                 
                                                                                                                                
She relayed that  as a school counselor she  worked with children                                                               
daily who were exposed to  domestic violence including the deadly                                                               
situations when  a firearm  was involved. This  is a  reality for                                                               
many  children.  She said  children  who  witness family  members                                                               
killed  or seriously  injured by  firearms are  affected by  this                                                               
trauma their entire lives. She  emphasized that such tragedy does                                                               
not  need  to  happen  if  law enforcement  is  able  to  take  a                                                               
reasonable  approach   to  temporarily  restrict   firearms  when                                                               
someone is in danger of hurting themselves or others.                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
MS. CAULFIELD  offered her belief that  Juneau's local officials,                                                               
mayors, and police chiefs were  best equipped to understand local                                                               
crime and how to best address  it. She urged the committee to not                                                               
take away  their ability  to keep all  citizens safe  and instead                                                               
ensure that Alaska has safe communities.                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
3:56:44 PM                                                                                                                    
LUANN  MCVEY,  Member,  Moms  Demand  Action  for  Gun  Sense  in                                                               
America, Douglas, Alaska, echoed  the testimony of Anne Caulfield                                                               
as  a  mother,  grandmother,  and  retired  teacher.  She  stated                                                               
opposition to SB  136 and pointed out that the  state already has                                                               
a  strong  preemption  law  that  keeps  local  authorities  from                                                               
overriding   the  state   policy  on   firearm  regulation.   She                                                               
questioned  the  reason  for  narrowing  that  law  and  stopping                                                               
schools and other entities from  protecting against gun violence.                                                               
She said young people use alcohol  and sometimes it is to excess.                                                               
The  resulting increased  aggression and  impaired judgement  may                                                               
affect a decision about whether to use a gun to solve a problem.                                                                
She emphasized  that guns do  not belong on college  campuses and                                                               
state  legislatures  should  not   make  colleges  less  safe  by                                                               
limiting the ability of a university to set firearm policy.                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
MS.  MCVEY  cited  the findings  of  the  nonprofit  organization                                                               
Everytown  for  Gun  Safety,  which found  that  for  20  million                                                               
students attending  colleges and  universities, an average  of 10                                                               
homicides occur  each year. She  said having more guns  on campus                                                               
increases the likelihood  of more shootings but is  not likely to                                                               
prevent  mass  shootings. She  emphasized  that  SB 136  was  not                                                               
needed and urged the committee to hold the bill in committee.                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
3:58:48 PM                                                                                                                    
ANN GIFFORD, representing self, Juneau,  Alaska, stated she was a                                                               
retired attorney  who had  personal experience  with some  of the                                                               
issues SB 136  addresses because of past work  with Alaska school                                                               
districts  and  local governments.  She  described  SB 136  as  a                                                               
poorly  thought out  bill  that would  establish  bad policy  and                                                               
create legal  chaos. She  highlighted that  the sponsor  said the                                                               
bill is  to ensure that  state and  local agencies do  not create                                                               
new firearm  rules during an  emergency, but the language  in the                                                               
bill  is  much broader.  It  essentially  seeks to  prohibit  any                                                               
municipality,  school district,  or  university or  any state  or                                                               
local agency from  regulating the use or possession  of a firearm                                                               
in  any way.  She pointed  out that  this conflicts  with several                                                               
existing  laws. Like  other constitutional  rights, the  right to                                                               
bear arms  is not unlimited  because guns  do not belong  in some                                                               
places. She pointed  out that Alaska courts and  the U.S. Supreme                                                               
Court have long recognized that  it is legitimate for governments                                                               
to restrict carrying of guns  in sensitive places such as schools                                                               
and government buildings.  She pointed out that  emotions can run                                                               
high when  people talk to  the legislature or local  assembly and                                                               
they can  also run high in  schools over grades and  treatment by                                                               
other  students. Removing  guns from  these places  helps protect                                                               
everyone in  these facilities. She  further pointed out  that the                                                               
kinds of  places and occasions  where guns should not  be allowed                                                               
can vary so what makes sense  in Anchorage may not be appropriate                                                               
in  Sitka.  She  expressed  hope that  the  committee  would  not                                                               
approve  SB  136  that  removes  all local  control  on  such  an                                                               
important topic.                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                
4:00:59 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR GRAY-JACKSON joined the committee meeting.                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
4:01:45 PM                                                                                                                    
MICHAEL  FINDLAY, Director,  Government Relations-State  Affairs,                                                               
National  Shooting  Sports  Foundation  (NSSF),  Washington,  DC,                                                               
stated   that   NSSF   is  the   trade   association   for   most                                                               
manufacturers, retailers,  and gun  ranges in  the nation  and he                                                               
was speaking  in strong  support of  SB 136.  He said  that after                                                               
listening  to  the  opposition   testimony,  he  believes  it  is                                                               
important  to  distinguish  that  SB  136  is  about  limiting  a                                                               
governor's ability  to deem the firearm  industry as nonessential                                                               
in  a crisis.  During the  pandemic NSSF  saw that  for political                                                               
reasons some  governors decided not  to follow the  guidance from                                                               
the  White   House.  Gun  ranges,  retailers,   and  the  firearm                                                               
manufacturing industry were deemed  essential, but these were not                                                               
always included in governor declarations.                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
MR. FINDLAY  maintained that SB  136 simply says that  a governor                                                               
may not treat  the Second Amendment as  nonessential. Thus people                                                               
should be  afforded the opportunity  to exercise these  rights to                                                               
protect  their families  during  times of  crisis.  On behalf  of                                                               
NSSF, he reiterated strong support for SB 136.                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                
4:03:53 PM                                                                                                                    
CARRIE HANSON,  Volunteer, Moms  Demand Action  for Gun  Sense in                                                               
America, Soldotna, Alaska, stated that  as a lifelong Alaskan who                                                               
has witnessed many instances when  guns were not used responsibly                                                               
she was  testifying to ask  the committee  to oppose SB  136. She                                                               
said  too many  Alaskans die  each  year from  gun homicide,  gun                                                               
suicide,  or unintentional  shootings. She  pointed out  that the                                                               
state has the highest rate of  gun deaths in the country and that                                                               
over 66  percent of the gun  deaths in the state  are by suicide.                                                               
This  is  more than  double  the  national average.  She  further                                                               
pointed out that guns are the  leading cause of death for Alaskan                                                               
children and teens  and that 2010 to 2019 the  rate of gun deaths                                                               
in Alaska increased more than 19 percent.                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
MS. HANSON  said it  is clear  that the gun  crisis in  Alaska is                                                               
getting worse and the legislature  should respond with reasonable                                                               
steps  to  lower the  rate  of  gun  deaths. However,  a  blanket                                                               
preemption is not  necessary because there is already  a law that                                                               
governs  the  municipal  regulation  of firearms.  She  cited  an                                                               
instance in  Soldotna two  years ago  when a  man unintentionally                                                               
discharged his  weapon while in a  coffee shop and hit  his wife.                                                               
She emphasized that guns do not  belong in every public place and                                                               
note that states  that have allowed guns on  college campuses now                                                               
struggle with the safety and  economic consequences. She said the                                                               
fact  that insurance  companies view  guns  on campus  as a  huge                                                               
liability  helps  explain why  they  are  not  a good  idea.  She                                                               
highlighted  that a  guns on  campus  bill in  West Virginia  was                                                               
estimated  to  cost  $11  million to  implement,  and  asked  the                                                               
committee to refrain from passing SB 136 from committee.                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
4:06:33 PM                                                                                                                    
HEATHER  KOPONEN, representing  self,  Fairbanks, Alaska,  stated                                                               
appreciation for  the testimony  opposing SB 136  from Caulfield,                                                               
McVey, Gifford, and Hanson and  offered her belief that it should                                                               
be  weighted more  heavily  than testimony  from  Cline with  the                                                               
National  Rifle   Association  and  Findlay  with   the  National                                                               
Shooting Sports  Foundation because they profit  financially from                                                               
passage of  the legislation. She  refuted the claim  that firearm                                                               
stores  are essential  business. While  it may  be essential  for                                                               
somebody who  is hunting to be  able to buy ammunition,  she said                                                               
it is not essential to make  money from weapons that cause severe                                                               
injury and death. She said the  bill is more about broadening the                                                               
strength  of  gun   lobbyists  and  her  belief   is  that  their                                                               
interpretation of  Second Amendment rights  in the context  of SB
136 is dubious. She urged the committee not to hold the bill.                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
4:08:50 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR HUGHES  closed public testimony  on SB 136.  She encouraged                                                               
anyone listening to send written testimony to scra@akleg.gov.                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
4:09:18 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR HUGHES held SB 136 in committee.                                                                                          

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
SB 135 v. A Sponsor Statemnet 5.13.21.pdf SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 135
SB 135 v. A Legislation.PDF SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 135
SB 135- Presentation 5.13.21.pdf SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 135
SB 135 Fiscal Note DOA-SSOA 5.7.21.pdf SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 135
SB 119 v. G Sectional Analysis.pdf SCRA 5/11/2021 3:30:00 PM
SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 119
SB 119 v. G Legislation.PDF SCRA 5/11/2021 3:30:00 PM
SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 119
SB 119 Sponsor Statement.pdf SCRA 5/11/2021 3:30:00 PM
SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 119
SB 119 Zero Fiscal Note.pdf SCRA 5/11/2021 3:30:00 PM
SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 119
SB 136 v. A Legislation.PDF SCRA 5/11/2021 3:30:00 PM
SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 136
SB 136 Fiscal Note LAW-CRIM-CJL.pdf SCRA 5/11/2021 3:30:00 PM
SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 136
SB 136 Research Document-COVID-19 Emergency Restrictions on Firearms.pdf SCRA 5/11/2021 3:30:00 PM
SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 136
SB 136 v. A Sectional Analysis.pdf SCRA 5/11/2021 3:30:00 PM
SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 136
SB 136 Presentation.pdf SCRA 5/11/2021 3:30:00 PM
SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 136
SB 136 v. A Sponsor Statement.pdf SCRA 5/11/2021 3:30:00 PM
SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 136
SB 136 Support Letter-Alaska Outdoor Council 5.6.21.pdf SCRA 5/11/2021 3:30:00 PM
SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 136
SB 136 Support Letter- NRA 5.11.21.pdf SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 136
SB 136 Public Support Letters 5.12.2021.pdf SCRA 5/13/2021 3:30:00 PM
SB 136
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