Legislature(2011 - 2012)SENATE FINANCE 532

04/08/2011 09:00 AM FINANCE


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+ SB 5 MEDICAL ASSISTANCE ELIGIBILITY TELECONFERENCED
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+ SB 27 FLAME RETARDANTS AND TOXIC CHEMICALS TELECONFERENCED
Heard & Held
+ SB 96 APPLICATION OF VILLAGE SAFE WATER ACT TELECONFERENCED
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+ SB 101 ENTITY TRANSACTIONS ACT TELECONFERENCED
Heard & Held
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SENATE BILL NO. 27                                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                
     "An  Act  relating  to  flame  retardants  and  to  the                                                                    
     manufacture,   sale,  and   distribution  of   products                                                                    
     containing     flame     retardants;    relating     to                                                                    
     bioaccumulative toxic  chemicals; and providing  for an                                                                    
     effective date."                                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
9:40:26 AM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
SENATOR  BILL WIELECHOWSKI,  SPONSOR, explained  that SB  27                                                                    
focused on  healthy families and  safer homes.  He explained                                                                    
that  polybrominated  diphenyl  ethers  (PBDEs)  were  flame                                                                    
retardant   chemicals  found   in  televisions,   computers,                                                                    
furniture,  mattresses,  carpets, cell  phones,  microwaves,                                                                    
etc.  He stressed  that  Alaskan's were  at  risk from  PBDE                                                                    
exposure   for  three   reasons:   (1)   Alaskans  spent   a                                                                    
significant amount  of time  indoors, which  increased their                                                                    
exposure PBDE  household dust;  (2) Toxins  including PBDEs,                                                                    
were  concentrated in  cold climates  and carried  in global                                                                    
air  currents;   and  (3)  Alaskans  ate   wild  foods  that                                                                    
concentrated  PBDEs, such  as marine  mammals and  some fish                                                                    
species. He  informed the committee that  U.S. companies had                                                                    
voluntarily agreed to stop  manufacturing PBDEs beginning in                                                                    
2012;  however,  foreign companies  had  not.  He urged  the                                                                    
support  of  the  committee  and  emphasized  that  Alaskans                                                                    
needed  the legislation  to help  protect  their health  and                                                                    
homes.                                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
9:41:46 AM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
CARLA  HART,  STAFF,  SENATOR  WIELECHOWSKI,  presented  the                                                                    
highlights  of  the  bill. She  discussed  that  PBDEs  were                                                                    
pervasive, could  be released from  products in the  form of                                                                    
microscopic  dust, and  could be  easily ingested,  inhaled,                                                                    
and absorbed. The chemicals remained  in the environment for                                                                    
extended  periods of  time, built  up in  fatty tissue,  and                                                                    
became more  concentrated as they  moved up the  food chain.                                                                    
She explained  that PBDEs  were neurotoxins,  which impacted                                                                    
hormones  that regulate  how the  human body  functions. She                                                                    
relayed that  couches manufactured prior to  2004 frequently                                                                    
contained at  least one  pound of  the toxic  chemicals. The                                                                    
chemicals  could be  ingested when  a person  ate food  with                                                                    
their  fingers.  She  stressed  that  the  neurotoxins  were                                                                    
transferred  from  mother  to  child  during  pregnancy  and                                                                    
nursing and  that small  children often  put items  from the                                                                    
floor in  their mouths. Exposure to  small concentrations of                                                                    
PBDEs  at   critical  stages   of  development   could  have                                                                    
permanent  effects  on  development, and  could  potentially                                                                    
trigger cancers and other health problems decades later.                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
Ms.  Hart remarked  that Senator  Donny Olson  had hosted  a                                                                    
session on  Fetal Alcohol  Spectrum Disorder  (FASD) earlier                                                                    
in the  session; the similarity  of the impacts of  FASD and                                                                    
PBDE exposure were notable; however,  a pregnant woman could                                                                    
protect  a   child  from  FASD  by   avoiding  alcohol.  The                                                                    
Environmental  Protection  Agency  (EPA) did  not  have  the                                                                    
authority under  current law  to impose a  ban of  the toxic                                                                    
chemicals; therefore,  individual states  had begun  to take                                                                    
action.  The bill  would not  compromise fire  safety, given                                                                    
that  changes in  product design  had reduced  the need  for                                                                    
chemical  flame   retardants.  She  relayed  that   a  safer                                                                    
chemical  alternative had  passed the  scrutiny of  the fire                                                                    
marshal for State of Washington  and other alternatives were                                                                    
under  consideration throughout  the country.  Supporters of                                                                    
the  bill  included  the  Alaska  Fire  Chiefs  Association,                                                                    
Alaska   Association   of    Professional   Fire   Fighters,                                                                    
Association   of   Village   Council  Presidents,   Arc   of                                                                    
Anchorage,  Nome   Eskimo  Community,   Alaska  Inter-Tribal                                                                    
Council, Alaska  Nurses Association, and the  Native Village                                                                    
of Savoonga.                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
Ms.  Hart noted  that the  Division of  Environmental Health                                                                    
under  the Department  of  Environmental Conservation  (DEC)                                                                    
did  not  have  a  toxicologist despite  the  prevalence  of                                                                    
household and industrial toxins.  She discussed that the DEC                                                                    
fiscal  note  included  funding for  one  toxicologist.  The                                                                    
fiscal  notes  from the  Departments  of  Health and  Social                                                                    
Services  (DHSS)  and Public  Safety  (DPS)  were zero.  She                                                                    
detailed  that  the  annual   financial  impact  equated  to                                                                    
approximately $139,000 or $0.20 per Alaskan.                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
9:45:33 AM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
Co-Chair  Stedman delineated  that there  were three  fiscal                                                                    
notes for SB 27, including two  zero notes from DHSS and DPS                                                                    
and one  fiscal note  in the amount  of $139,000  in general                                                                    
funds  from  DEC  for  the  funding  of  one  new  full-time                                                                    
environmental program specialist position.                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                
9:46:51 AM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
DR.  SARAH JANSON,  NATURAL RESOURCES  DEFENSE COUNCIL  (via                                                                    
teleconference),  spoke  in support  of  SB  27. She  was  a                                                                    
physician who specialized  in occupational and environmental                                                                    
medicine and was a reproductive  biologist with expertise in                                                                    
chemicals that  mimicked hormones. She explained  that flame                                                                    
retardant chemicals  such as  PBDEs were  hormone disrupting                                                                    
chemicals that  interfered with the body's  natural hormones                                                                    
including those  critical in  brain and  reproductive system                                                                    
development.  Flame   retardants  like  PBDEs   were  common                                                                    
components in  household items  and had  become incorporated                                                                    
into  human  bodies.  Humans  were  among  the  most  highly                                                                    
exposed;  exposure  came  from   multiple  places,  but  was                                                                    
particularly prevalent  in dust  that leached  from consumer                                                                    
products in households. Pregnant  and nursing mothers passed                                                                    
chemicals to developing fetuses  and infants during critical                                                                    
windows of brain and  reproductive system development. Small                                                                    
children  had been  found to  have exposure  of up  to three                                                                    
times more  than their  mothers due  to their  propensity to                                                                    
put items from the floor in their mouths.                                                                                       
                                                                                                                                
Ms. Janson  explained that the  chemicals had been  found to                                                                    
disrupt  the  thyroid  hormone  and  sex  hormones  such  as                                                                    
estrogen and  testosterone. Health outcomes  associated with                                                                    
harm  in lab  animals included  damage to  brain development                                                                    
that   resulted  in   hyperactivity  and   memory  problems,                                                                    
reproductive  harm  such  as  low  sperm  counts  and  small                                                                    
testicles, and  cancer. She  was troubled  that many  of the                                                                    
outcomes, which had once only  been found in animal studies,                                                                    
had been found in human  populations. A recent study of U.S.                                                                    
children had  found that  those with  high PBDE  exposure in                                                                    
the  womb performed  worse on  learning, memory,  attention,                                                                    
and physical  development. The use  of PBDEs  would continue                                                                    
to add to  the negative impact on the  environment and human                                                                    
bodies.  She  relayed  that continued  exposure  put  future                                                                    
generations  at risk  for  chronic  disease and  irreparable                                                                    
harm.                                                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
Senator Olson  asked how  the dangers  of PBDEs  compared to                                                                    
other neurotoxins, such as cadmium, mercury, and other.                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
Ms. Janson  replied that  it was  difficult to  separate the                                                                    
contribution  of PBDEs  from  other  heavy metals,  mercury,                                                                    
lead,  cadmium, and  PCBs  [polychlorinated biphenyls]  that                                                                    
were  historically used  as flame  retardant chemicals.  The                                                                    
chemicals  could  all  cause   greater  harm  when  combined                                                                    
together.  She  did  not know  a  specific  percentage  that                                                                    
caused  conditions such  as attention  deficit hyperactivity                                                                    
disorder;  however,  she  opined  that  the  elimination  of                                                                    
exposure to  the chemicals would  have a  significant impact                                                                    
on public and reproductive health.                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                
Senator Olson  queried the specific neoplasias  that existed                                                                    
as a  result of PBDEs.  Ms. Janson responded that  there was                                                                    
animal  research  data related  to  Deca  PBDEs, which  were                                                                    
listed by the  EPA as a probable human  carcinogens based on                                                                    
thyroid tumors and liver abnormalities.                                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
Senator Olson asked  what negative effects had  been seen in                                                                    
Europe that had caused the European Union to ban PBDEs.                                                                         
                                                                                                                                
Ms. Janson answered that PBDE  levels in breast milk in some                                                                    
European countries had declined  subsequent to their removal                                                                    
from consumer products.  She did not know  whether a follow-                                                                    
up  study on  health impacts  had been  conducted; the  body                                                                    
took a long time to  metabolize the chemicals; therefore, it                                                                    
would take considerable time before  health impacts could be                                                                    
measured as a result of the removal of PBDEs from products.                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
9:53:10 AM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
DR. ANDRE  FELIZ, MEDICAL RESEARCHER, DOCTOR,  UNIVERSITY OF                                                                    
CALIFORNIA  DAVIS,  DEPARTMENT   OF  COMPARATIVE  PATHOLOGY,                                                                    
CALIFORNIA  CITIZENS FOR  FIRE SAFETY  (via teleconference),                                                                    
testified  against   SB  27.  His   expertise  was   in  air                                                                    
particulate  pollution and  he  explained  that science  had                                                                    
been  unable  to directly  link  health  problems to  PBDEs.                                                                    
There  had been  no  reported literature  about any  adverse                                                                    
health impacts in humans resulting  from exposure to Deca or                                                                    
other polybrominated  fire retardants. His  research focused                                                                    
on  air particulate  matter and  how humans  received toxins                                                                    
from dust and inhaled chemicals.  He had found that the dust                                                                    
constituted a  higher environmental danger than  some of the                                                                    
toxic chemicals  that people believed  were in the  dust. He                                                                    
stressed  that  the danger  of  fire  was greater  than  the                                                                    
danger of  PBDE exposure. He emphasized  that 3,500 children                                                                    
had  died as  a result  of  fire in  the prior  year and  90                                                                    
percent  of  the  cases  were   at  home.  He  stressed  the                                                                    
importance of  fire retardants in  the prevention  of fires.                                                                    
He  had worked  with  burn victims  and  relayed that  scars                                                                    
could  last  a lifetime.  He  believed  that before  banning                                                                    
PBDEs  that  it was  important  to  consider their  roll  in                                                                    
saving lives.  He addressed the  danger of  replacing PBDEs,                                                                    
which  had  been  studied  for over  30  years,  with  newer                                                                    
alternatives that had only been studied for a few years.                                                                        
                                                                                                                                
9:57:13 AM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
PETE   ERRIGO,  SELF,   BIRD  CREEK   (via  teleconference),                                                                    
testified  against  SB 27.  He  expressed  concern that  the                                                                    
removal   of  fire   retardants  would   expose  people   to                                                                    
unnecessary  risk.  He  believed there  was  legislation  in                                                                    
place  that   would  phase  in   new  fire   retardants  and                                                                    
recommended allowing time for the bill to take effect.                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
9:58:30 AM                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
PATTIE SAUNDERS, THE ARC  OF ANCHORAGE (via teleconference),                                                                    
testified  in  support of  SB  27.  She discussed  that  the                                                                    
organization    served     Alaskans    with    developmental                                                                    
disabilities and  mental health issues. She  emphasized that                                                                    
preventing a  single occurrence of  developmental disability                                                                    
would save between $1 million  and $3 million over a child's                                                                    
lifetime according  to national  experts and  the Governor's                                                                    
Council on  Special Education and  Disabilities. One  out of                                                                    
six families  was impacted  by developmental  disability and                                                                    
the  savings represented  by  preventable disabilities  were                                                                    
"staggering." She  highlighted that  the bill would  work to                                                                    
remove PBDEs from the environment  and would help to protect                                                                    
brain  development  in children.  The  bill  would create  a                                                                    
registry  of   safe  fire  retardants  that   would  protect                                                                    
children,  families,  and  firefighters. She  detailed  that                                                                    
monetary savings provided by the  bill would be substantial;                                                                    
the  prevention  of  10 disabilities  per  year  would  save                                                                    
between  $10  million and  $30  million  over the  next  ten                                                                    
years. She  was perplexed  by testimony that  stated concern                                                                    
about burn  victims but downplayed the  impacts of chemicals                                                                    
that could  cause disabilities in  children, which  could be                                                                    
replaced  by  equally   effective  safer  alternatives.  She                                                                    
queried the relationship between  the testifier and chemical                                                                    
manufacturers  or industry  representatives. She  reiterated                                                                    
that  $139,000  per year  was  a  small  amount to  pay  and                                                                    
wondered whether  committee members  could face  the parents                                                                    
of babies  born with  preventable diseases. She  opined that                                                                    
critics of the  bill were unwilling to take  modest steps to                                                                    
protect children and other.                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                
10:02:48 AM                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
DR.  LAUREN HEINE,  ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER,  was present  to                                                                    
discuss alternatives  to PBDEs.  She worked  with businesses                                                                    
such  as  Hewlett-Packard,  Apple,  and  Walmart  that  were                                                                    
interested in  developing products that were  beneficial for                                                                    
human health  and the  environment. She  pointed out  that a                                                                    
fire retardant  must meet  required fire  safety performance                                                                    
to be  considered an  alternative; therefore,  banning PBDEs                                                                    
would not  restrict fire safety. She  stressed that although                                                                    
fire  safety had  saved  lives there  was  no evidence  that                                                                    
PDBEs had  done so.  United States manufacturers  had agreed                                                                    
to  phase  out  PBDEs;  however, the  chemicals  were  still                                                                    
imported  into the  country in  products.  She informed  the                                                                    
committee  that Walmart  had recently  banned products  that                                                                    
contained  the  chemicals.  Mattress manufacturers  did  not                                                                    
need  PBDEs  and used  a  flame  retardant barrier  instead.                                                                    
Plastic manufacturers such as  DSM, Apple, Seagate, Hewlett-                                                                    
Packard,  and  other  did  not   use  any  brominated  flame                                                                    
retardants. She  thought it was  odd that related  bans were                                                                    
normally seen  negatively. She believed  the state  would be                                                                    
sending an important signal that:  (1) People needed to know                                                                    
the contents in products that  they were making and selling;                                                                    
and  (2) Manufacturers  needed  to  make safer  alternatives                                                                    
that were  consistent with what  people valued.  She pointed                                                                    
out that DOW  Chemical had just offered an  alternative to a                                                                    
brominated  flame retardant  that  had  health benefits  and                                                                    
would  be  used with  EPA  partnerships.  She stressed  that                                                                    
bills like SB  27 sent important signals  through the supply                                                                    
chain and  drove innovation for  new products  and processes                                                                    
in the  U.S. She  thought there was  an opportunity  to move                                                                    
towards safer and healthier products.                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                
10:07:36 AM                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                
Senator Olson asked how the cost  increase due to the use of                                                                    
alternative  flame retardant  chemicals  would impact  young                                                                    
parents and other consumers.                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                
Senator  Wielechowski responded  that both  fire safety  and                                                                    
health  safety could  be accomplished.  He  did not  believe                                                                    
there was any  evidence that the ban on PBDEs  in Europe and                                                                    
up  to  13 other  states  had  caused  an increase  in  fire                                                                    
related  burns.   He  represented  lower  income   areas  in                                                                    
Anchorage and  he was sympathetic  to their needs.  Bans had                                                                    
caused companies  to become more  innovative and  to provide                                                                    
safer  alternatives.  He did  not  believe  a cost  increase                                                                    
would  result from  a  ban on  the  chemicals because  safer                                                                    
options were available  and were currently used  in 12 other                                                                    
states  and throughout  Europe. The  ban on  PBDEs by  large                                                                    
companies such  as Walmart, Apple, and  Hewlett-Packard, was                                                                    
significant  and   would  help   to  keep  costs   down.  He                                                                    
emphasized  that Alaska  was  particularly  affected by  the                                                                    
risks posed  by the chemicals; studies  showed large amounts                                                                    
of PBDEs in  the breast milk of Yup'ik mothers  due to their                                                                    
subsistence lifestyle.                                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                
SB  27  was   HEARD  and  HELD  in   Committee  for  further                                                                    
consideration.                                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                

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SB 5 - Docs-Theda Pittman Support 3-24-2011.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 - Docs -Letter -Matsu Health Foundation.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 DKC memo DHSS 3-28-11.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs - Juneau Youth Svcs 3-8-2011.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs - Ltr AK Acad.Pediatrics.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs- ADN- ER No Cure-all 7-23-2010.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs -ADN-KidCare funded 664 med nec abortions in 09 6-18-2010.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs -Georgetown U. AK options preg. women 11-4-2011.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs -Kaiser Com.Medicaid.Uninsured Jan.2011.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs -Kaiser state health facts.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs- Ltr Support ANDVSA 2-4-2011.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs-2011 federal poverty guidelines.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs-Kaiser Focus.Health.Reform 11-2010.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs-Leg.Legl.Memo Med.Nec. 3-29-2011.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs-March of Dimes 3-9-2011.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Sectional Summary 27-LS0057B.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 27 (HSS) Sectional Analysis.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 APHA_ Policy Statement 2004.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Document - 2010 supporting letters.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Document - ADN Compass Piece Von Hippel 2-20-11.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Document - Alaska Inter-Tribal Council.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Document - Alaska Nurses Association resolution 10-17-10.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Document - Marc Esslinger 2-19-11.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Document - Peter Brigham 2-18-11.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Documents - AK Professional Fire Fighters 3-3-2011[1].pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Documents - AVCP letter 2-18-11.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Documents - International Association of Professional Fire Fighters 3-1-2010.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Documents - Q&A.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Documents - The Arc of Anchorage.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 Supporting Documents -AK Fire Chiefs Assoc letter 3-4-11.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 96 - Letter of Support City of Klawock.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 96
SB 96 - Letter of Support City of Nenana.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 96
SB 96 - Letter of Support Nenana Native Council.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 96
SB 96 - Letter of Support Nenana School District.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 96
SB 96 - Letter of Support Yakutat City and Borough.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 96
SB 96 - Sponsor Statement.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 96
SB 96-Explanation of Changes.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 96
SB 27 040411 Support Letters .pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 5 - Support Letter Kane 040511.txt SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 Sponsor Statement Rev 1-23-2011.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SHSS 3/7/2011 1:30:00 PM
SB 5
SB 5 ADN Parnell cites abortion in veto 6-4-2010.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SHSS 3/7/2011 1:30:00 PM
SB 5
SB 5 Compton Letter of Support.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 5
SB 5 CMS CHIRPA Letter 5-11-2009.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SHSS 3/7/2011 1:30:00 PM
SB 5
SB 5 Background of SCHIP.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SHSS 3/7/2011 1:30:00 PM
SB 5
SB 5 Docs - Repercussions of Unmet Health Care.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SHSS 3/7/2011 1:30:00 PM
SB 5
SB 15 Sponsor Statement version M.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SHSS 3/16/2011 1:30:00 PM
SB 15
SB 15 Support Letter APOA AACP WPA.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SHSS 3/16/2011 1:30:00 PM
SB 15
SB 15 Support Letter APOA AACP WPA.pdf SFIN 4/6/2011 9:00:00 AM
SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 15
SB 101_Sponsor Statement.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 101
SB 101_Back-Up_CSG Suggested State Legislation.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 101
SB 101_Back-Up_Memo RE Update of Alaska Biz Statutes.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 101
SB 101_Back-Up_ULC Summary.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 101
SB 101_Sectional Summary REVISED March 30 2011.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 101
SB 15 Support Ltr ABADA AMHB.pdf SFIN 4/6/2011 9:00:00 AM
SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 15
CSSB 15 Spronsor Statement version E.pdf SFIN 4/6/2011 9:00:00 AM
SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 15
SB 15 - NEW 040711 SB 15 DOC New SFIN Fiscal Note.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 15
SB 27 - Oceana_Support_Letter_4.7.11.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27
SB 27 - NOAA PBDE Study 04 07 11.pdf SFIN 4/8/2011 9:00:00 AM
SB 27