Legislature(2021 - 2022)BUTROVICH 205

03/09/2022 03:30 PM Senate RESOURCES

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                    ALASKA STATE LEGISLATURE                                                                                  
              SENATE RESOURCES STANDING COMMITTEE                                                                             
                         March 9, 2022                                                                                          
                           3:35 p.m.                                                                                            
MEMBERS PRESENT                                                                                                               
Senator Joshua Revak, Chair                                                                                                     
Senator Peter Micciche, Vice Chair                                                                                              
Senator Gary Stevens                                                                                                            
Senator Jesse Kiehl                                                                                                             
Senator Scott Kawasaki                                                                                                          
MEMBERS ABSENT                                                                                                                
Senator Click Bishop                                                                                                            
Senator Natasha von Imhof                                                                                                       
COMMITTEE CALENDAR                                                                                                            
SENATE BILL NO. 223                                                                                                             
"An Act relating to the confidentiality of certain state records                                                                
relating to animals; and providing for an effective date."                                                                      
     - HEARD & HELD                                                                                                             
PREVIOUS COMMITTEE ACTION                                                                                                     
BILL: SB 223                                                                                                                  
SHORT TITLE: CONFIDENTIALITY OF ANIMAL RECORDS                                                                                  
SPONSOR(s): SENATOR(s) MYERS                                                                                                    
02/22/22       (S)       READ THE FIRST TIME - REFERRALS                                                                        
02/22/22       (S)       RES                                                                                                    
03/09/22       (S)       RES AT 3:30 PM BUTROVICH 205                                                                           
WITNESS REGISTER                                                                                                              
SENATOR ROBERT MYERS                                                                                                            
Alaska State Legislature                                                                                                        
Juneau, Alaska                                                                                                                  
POSITION STATEMENT: Sponsor of SB 223.                                                                                        
MICHAELLA ANDERSON, Staff                                                                                                       
Senator Robert Myers                                                                                                            
Fairbanks, Alaska                                                                                                               
POSITION STATEMENT: Introduced SB 223 on behalf of the sponsor.                                                               
KEVIN KEHOE, President                                                                                                          
Alaska Wild Sheep Foundation (AWSF)                                                                                             
Anchorage, Alaska                                                                                                               
POSITION STATEMENT: Testified on SB 223 by invitation.                                                                        
SCOTT MUGRAGE, President                                                                                                        
Alaska Farm Bureau (AFB)                                                                                                        
Delta Junction, Alaska                                                                                                          
POSITION STATEMENT: Testified in support of SB 223.                                                                           
SUZY CROSBY, Owner                                                                                                              
Cottonwood Creek Farm                                                                                                           
Wasilla, Alaska                                                                                                                 
POSITION STATEMENT: Testified in support of SB 223.                                                                           
KELLI FOREMAN, Assistant Executive Director                                                                                     
Kodiak Baptist Mission                                                                                                          
Heritage Farm Ranch                                                                                                             
Kodiak, Alaska                                                                                                                  
POSITION STATEMENT: Testified in support of SB 223.                                                                           
JENNIFER YUHAF, representing self                                                                                               
Fairbanks, Alaska                                                                                                               
POSITION STATEMENT: Testified in support of SB 223.                                                                           
CHRISTINA CARPENTER, Director                                                                                                   
Division of Environmental Health                                                                                                
Department of Environmental Conservation                                                                                        
Anchorage, Alaska                                                                                                               
POSITION STATEMENT: Answered questions during the hearing on SB
ACTION NARRATIVE                                                                                                              
3:35:34 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR  JOSHUA   REVAK  called   the  Senate   Resources  Standing                                                             
Committee meeting  to order at 3:35  p.m. Present at the  call to                                                               
order were  Senators Kiehl, Kawasaki, Micciche,  and Chair Revak.                                                               
Senator Stevens arrived during the course of the meeting.                                                                       
            SB 223-CONFIDENTIALITY OF ANIMAL RECORDS                                                                        
3:36:14 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR REVAK  announced the consideration  of SENATE BILL  NO. 223                                                               
"An Act relating to the  confidentiality of certain state records                                                               
relating to animals; and providing for an effective date."                                                                      
3:37:04 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR ROBERT  MYERS, Alaska State Legislature,  Juneau, Alaska,                                                               
sponsor  of SB  223,  stated that  there have  been  a number  of                                                               
iterations  of this  bill, but  the basic  premise is  to address                                                               
privacy  concerns   about  information  associated   with  animal                                                               
records. He deferred further introduction to Michaella Anderson                                                                 
3:37:54 PM                                                                                                                    
MICHAELLA  ANDERSON,  Staff,  Senator  Robert  Myers,  Fairbanks,                                                               
Alaska, introduced  SB 223 on  behalf of the sponsor  speaking to                                                               
the following sponsor statement:                                                                                                
     This   proposed   legislation   would   make   selected                                                                    
     information that  livestock producers must  disclose to                                                                    
     the  State of  Alaska confidential  and not  subject to                                                                    
     public   disclosure   resulting   in   protection   for                                                                    
     livestock  producers'  proprietary business  interests.                                                                    
     The  Department  of   Environmental  Conservation  will                                                                    
     still  be   able  to   release  information   to  other                                                                    
     government  officials  regarding disease  outbreaks  to                                                                    
     protect  human   and  animal  health.  It   would  also                                                                    
     encourage  animal  owners  to  voluntarily  test  their                                                                    
     animals as  they would have the  assurance that testing                                                                    
     results  would be  considered confidential  under state                                                                    
     Alaskan  livestock producers  are  already required  to                                                                    
     disclose information  to comply with state  and federal                                                                    
     rules  and  regulations,  such  as  animal  importation                                                                    
     paperwork,  test  results,  farm location,  and  animal                                                                    
     identification.  Under current  statutes these  records                                                                    
     are   public  records   under   Alaska  Statute   40.21                                                                    
     (Management  and Preservation  of  Public Records)  and                                                                    
     are subject  to disclosure to the  public upon request.                                                                    
     This  creates a  considerable competitive  disadvantage                                                                    
     for  a  livestock  producer  operating  in  Alaska.  In                                                                    
     addition, because animal owners  know that certain test                                                                    
     results  and  animal  records  are  subject  to  public                                                                    
     record  requests, some  have declined  to have  animals                                                                    
     tested  voluntarily for  contagious  diseases. Lack  of                                                                    
     testing  has  the potential  to  increase  the risk  of                                                                    
     animal disease outbreaks due to  a reluctance to submit                                                                    
     non-regulatory test results to the  State or to ask the                                                                    
     State  for   guidance  or  outbreak   intervention.  An                                                                    
     outbreak of disease could  cause significant threats to                                                                    
     animal  health,  public  health, the  environment,  the                                                                    
     food supply,  and the agricultural  industry. Voluntary                                                                    
     testing  of animals  decreases the  potential for  more                                                                    
     serious   outbreaks.    Changing   statute    to   make                                                                    
     proprietary information  confidential will  remove this                                                                    
     downside to voluntary testing.                                                                                             
     Confidential records  may still  be disclosed  to other                                                                    
     local, state,  or federal health officials  if there is                                                                    
     a threat  to the health or  safety of an animal  or the                                                                    
     public  under  the  proposed  changes.  The  Department                                                                    
     would  continue to  keep the  public informed  of known                                                                    
     animal diseases  but will release information  in a way                                                                    
     that does not identify a particular owner or animal.                                                                       
     Business owners that the  Department regulates in other                                                                    
     sectors  of food  production in  Alaska are  allowed to                                                                    
     keep  this  type  of  information  out  of  the  public                                                                    
     domain. AS  40.25.120 lists 16 situations  where public                                                                    
     records  may   be  withheld  from   public  inspection,                                                                    
     including "records required to  be kept confidential by                                                                    
     a federal law or regulation  or by state law." The lack                                                                    
     of  a  similar  exemption   for  animal  testing  works                                                                    
     against  the interests  of private  business owners  in                                                                    
     the agricultural  sector, and against the  interests of                                                                    
     public and environmental health.                                                                                           
MS. ANDERSON stated that the fiscal note for SB 223 is zero.                                                                    
3:39:53 PM                                                                                                                    
MS. ANDERSON read the following sectional analysis for SB 223:                                                                  
     Section 1. AS 03.05 is  amended by adding a new section                                                                  
     AS  03.05.084 Confidentiality  of certain  information;                                                                    
        a. Notwithstanding 03.05.010(a)(2), records related                                                                     
          to an animal shall  be maintained by Department of                                                                    
          Environmental  Conservation  is  confidential  and                                                                    
          not subject to disclosure  under the Alaska Public                                                                    
          Records Act if the record                                                                                             
          1. Identifies an individual animal, breed of                                                                          
             animal, business, or animal owner;                                                                                 
          2. Contains record of test results or samples for                                                                     
             an individual animal; or                                                                                           
          3. Contains trade  secrets or proprietary business                                                                    
             or financial information                                                                                           
        b.   Notwithstanding   (a.),   the   Department   of                                                                    
          Environmental     Conservation    may     disclose                                                                    
          information  to  other governments  or  government                                                                    
          agencies if  the department determines there  is a                                                                    
          health or  safety threat to animals  or the public                                                                    
          and  disclosure  of  information is  necessary  to                                                                    
          address the threat                                                                                                    
        c. If the Department of Environmental Conservation                                                                      
          discloses information  under (b.),  the department                                                                    
          shall   then,   upon    request,   disclose   that                                                                    
          information to the  public as long as  it does not                                                                    
          identify a person or animal                                                                                           
     Section  2. Adds  a new  section  to read:  TRANSITION:                                                                  
     REGULATIONS.    The    Department   of    Environmental                                                                    
     Conservation   may  adopt   regulations  necessary   to                                                                    
     implement this  Act. The regulations take  effect under                                                                    
     AS  44.62  (Administrative   Procedure  Act),  but  not                                                                    
     before  the effective  date of  the law  implemented by                                                                    
     the regulation.                                                                                                            
     Section 3. Section 2 takes  effect immediately under AS                                                                  
3:42:15 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR KIEHL  asked how this  compares to the  other inspections                                                               
that the Department of  Environmental Conservation is responsible                                                               
for performing.                                                                                                                 
MS.  ANDERSON  deferred to  the  department  to answer  how  this                                                               
compares  to  other  inspections.  She directed  attention  to  a                                                               
sample  DEC  inspection  document  that was  distributed  to  the                                                               
committee  that   shows  the  information  that   is  subject  to                                                               
disclosure about  the owner  when an animal  is imported  into or                                                               
tested in  the state. The  information includes an  individual or                                                               
business name, phone number, and microchip number.                                                                              
3:43:37 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR KAWASAKI asked why somebody might want this information.                                                                
MS. ANDERSON  answered that  there are  record requests  to track                                                               
when  animals come  into the  state  and are  sold under  certain                                                               
state   trademarks.  There   have  also   been  record   requests                                                               
concerning test  results to  track diseases  such as  rabies. The                                                               
bill would  allow records requests  to determine whose  dogs have                                                               
rabies or  whose goats and  sheep have  disease that can  pass to                                                               
wild populations.                                                                                                               
SENATOR KAWASAKI offered his perspective  that it was a good idea                                                               
to know about disease like rabies in a community.                                                                               
MS. ANDERSON responded  that DEC and the  State Veterinary Office                                                               
could  share that  information between  agencies,  but under  the                                                               
bill personal contact  information and whether or  not a specific                                                               
dog had rabies would not be available to the public.                                                                            
SENATOR KAWASAKI indicated he would have questions for DEC.                                                                     
3:45:34 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR REVAK turned to invited testimony on SB 223.                                                                              
3:45:56 PM                                                                                                                    
KEVIN  KEHOE, President,  Alaska  Wild  Sheep Foundation  (AWSF),                                                               
Anchorage, Alaska, testified  on SB 223 by  invitation. He stated                                                               
support  for the  concept of  confidentiality of  domestic animal                                                               
testing and specific support for  version 32-LS1471\G, [which was                                                               
not the bill the committee  was considering]. He said the primary                                                               
purpose of AWSF is to promote  the health and welfare of Alaska's                                                               
wild Caprinae species, which includes  Dall sheep, Rocky Mountain                                                               
goats  and Muskox.  He reported  that AWSF  had contributed  more                                                               
than  $2.5 million  to the  Alaska  Department of  Fish and  Game                                                               
(ADF&G) as a 3:1 match  for federal wildlife restoration funding.                                                               
These contributions  leveraged about $10 million  for wildlife in                                                               
MR.  KEHOE said  AWSF's interest  in  the bill  stems from  their                                                               
ongoing  efforts  to  prevent  the  spread  of  disease  pathogen                                                               
Mycoplasma  ovipneumoniae (M.  ovi) from  domestic to  wild sheep                                                               
and  goat populations.  Domestic  breeders  were concerned  about                                                               
confidentiality  when they  had their  animals tested  because it                                                               
had  the potential  to harm  their professional  reputation. This                                                               
concern caused some breeders to avoid testing.                                                                                  
MR.  KEHOE  stated  that  AWSF  agrees  that  test  results  that                                                               
identify specific  individuals, animals  or farms should  be kept                                                               
confidential. However,  the original  version of  SB 223  did not                                                               
allow   the  release   of  summary   management  information   to                                                               
organizations such  as AWSF  that are  vital stakeholders  in the                                                               
wildlife  support   process.  The   language  in   the  committee                                                               
substitute   (CS)   [work   order  32-LS1571\B]   corrects   that                                                               
deficiency.  [The  committee  did  not adopt  version  B  as  the                                                               
working document until the 4/4/22 hearing on SB 223.]                                                                           
3:48:20 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR MICCICHE asked  for the page and line in  version B where                                                               
that provision was added.                                                                                                       
MR. KAHOE  deferred to Ms.  Anderson to identify the  location of                                                               
that addition in the CS.                                                                                                        
3:48:50 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR REVAK  explained that the  other body added  that provision                                                               
to the companion bill that is  going through the process, and his                                                               
office  was  working  with  the  sponsor  to  draft  a  committee                                                               
substitute (CS) for SB 223 that would include that provision.                                                                   
3:49:19 PM                                                                                                                    
SCOTT  MUGRAGE,  President,  Alaska   Farm  Bureau  (AFB),  Delta                                                               
Junction, Alaska, stated that he  was testifying on behalf of the                                                               
Alaska Farm  Bureau in support of  SB 223. He relayed  that AFB's                                                               
mission is  to promote  the economic  wellbeing and  expansion of                                                               
agriculture  and enrich  the quality  of life  for all  Alaskans.                                                               
This is done through member  driven advocacy and the promotion of                                                               
agriculture-friendly  policies.  He  highlighted  that  when  AFB                                                               
takes a position  on an issue, it is coming  from Alaskan farmers                                                               
and ranchers.                                                                                                                   
MR. MUGRAGE  said AFB has been  working for several years  to get                                                               
the  protections provided  in  SB 223  in  place. Concerns  about                                                               
confidentiality of animal  records is what has  made many farmers                                                               
reluctant to  have their  farm information  go through  an agency                                                               
like  the Department  of Environmental  Conservation (DEC).  When                                                               
state and federal laws require  information to go through DEC for                                                               
such things  as importing animals  and testing animals  or farms,                                                               
he said it's  like going through a  disease surveillance program.                                                               
There's  a good  reason  for  this because  it  helps mitigate  a                                                               
problem and  prevent an  outbreak. Now that  Alaska is  trying to                                                               
increase  its food  production, it  is particularly  important to                                                               
have these protections in place.                                                                                                
MR. MUGRAGE  stated that if  more farmers were to  participate in                                                               
testing,  it  could  result  in  higher  quality  products,  more                                                               
efficient  production, help  in the  early detection  of possible                                                               
outbreaks,  and give  agencies time  to respond  appropriately in                                                               
the event of  an outbreak. Provisions in SB 223  will ensure that                                                               
the public  will have  access to  information about  animals that                                                               
are imported into the state  and the parasites and pathogens that                                                               
are found in  Alaska, but the information will be  big picture to                                                               
protect  the identify  of a  particular owner  or animal.  SB 223                                                               
also  has  provisions to  allow  confidential  information to  be                                                               
disclosed to the relevant health  officials so that problems that                                                               
arise can be mitigated.                                                                                                         
3:53:04 PM                                                                                                                    
SUZY  CROSBY,  Owner,  Cottonwood Creek  Farm,  Wasilla,  Alaska,                                                               
stated  wholehearted  support  for SB  223,  the  confidentiality                                                               
bill.  She  agreed  with  Mr. Mugrage  about  the  importance  of                                                               
testing and also the negative  effect if an animal tests positive                                                               
and  the  information  that  is  released to  the  public  is  so                                                               
granular it identifies the specific  animal and farm. That farmer                                                               
is suddenly a pariah in  the community, and that discourages that                                                               
farmer and  others from testing  in the  future. She said  it's a                                                               
big  issue  for livestock  owners  to  know that  their  personal                                                               
information  is  protected  when they  participate  in  available                                                               
programs. She encouraged the committee to pass the bill.                                                                        
3:55:20 PM                                                                                                                    
KELLI  FOREMAN,  Assistant  Executive  Director,  Kodiak  Baptist                                                               
Mission,  Heritage Farm  Ranch, Kodiak,  Alaska, stated  that she                                                               
was calling  to voice full support  of [SB 223]. She  shared that                                                               
she had  22 after school  farm and ranch  kids with her  and that                                                               
she explained  the bill to  them with  an analogy. She  asked the                                                               
kids  to imagine  her standing  up and  describing in  detail how                                                               
each of  them had  done on their  subject matter  tests. Everyone                                                               
would hear  that Reilly  did very  poorly in  an area,  how Lilly                                                               
did, that Grayson was weak in  an area, and that Fletcher was the                                                               
star student. Doing that would  decrease her ability to teach the                                                               
kids and would not help them grow as individuals.                                                                               
Confidentiality  of animal  records is  the same.  Alaska farmers                                                               
are working to increase sustainability  and expand, and with that                                                               
comes the need to test in order  to be and do better. There needs                                                               
to be a little buffer, she  said. For the kids it's that everyone                                                               
doesn't have detailed  knowledge about their test  scores and for                                                               
farmers  it's the  ability  to  test their  herds  to mitigate  a                                                               
problem before it  becomes an outbreak, but  without the specific                                                               
information  about the  animal  and farm  being  released to  the                                                               
MS. FOREMAN relayed that she runs  the goat dairy at the farm and                                                               
the  test results  for the  milk that  goes on  the shelf  at the                                                               
grocery  store  is and  should  be  completely disclosed  to  the                                                               
public. But  the confidentiality  provisions in  SB 223  are also                                                               
important  to  encourage  testing   for  things  like  Mycoplasma                                                               
ovipneumoniae (M. ovi).                                                                                                         
3:57:10 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR STEVENS joined the meeting.                                                                                             
3:58:07 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR REVAK opened public testimony on SB 223.                                                                                  
3:58:21 PM                                                                                                                    
JENNIFER  YUHAF,  representing  self, Fairbanks,  Alaska,  stated                                                               
support for SB 223 with  the amendments previously discussed. She                                                               
relayed  that she  is a  health care  professional and  a privacy                                                               
rights  advocate.  What  she  sees   in  the  bill  is  that  the                                                               
information that  is necessary to  ensure health  and enforcement                                                               
is  already  collected,  but  it doesn't  belong  in  the  public                                                               
domain. That is why she supports the bill.                                                                                      
4:00:09 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR REVAK closed public testimony on SB 223.                                                                                  
4:00:27 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR  KIEHL asked  which inspection  reports  for animals  and                                                               
food  stuffs  are subject  to  public  disclosure and  which  are                                                               
confidential.  He  mentioned  Paralytic  Shellfish  Poison  (PSP)                                                               
testing  for commercial  shellfish,  restaurant inspections,  and                                                               
diary inspections.                                                                                                              
4:01:08 PM                                                                                                                    
CHRISTINA CARPENTER,  Director, Division of  Environmental Health                                                               
(DEH),  Department  of   Environmental  Conservation,  Anchorage,                                                               
Alaska, advised that the division  houses the state veterinarian,                                                               
the food  safety and sanitation  program, and the  drinking water                                                               
program.   Those  records   currently  are   subject  to   public                                                               
disclosure and DEH publishes  restaurant inspections and drinking                                                               
water results for public water  systems online. HB 223 would take                                                               
a  very limited  scope of  the records  the state  veterinarian's                                                               
office   maintains   and   shield  the   personally   identifying                                                               
4:02:16 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR KIEHL asked  when and for what  purpose these inspections                                                               
are  done.  He  recalled  that restaurants  are  inspected  on  a                                                               
regular  schedule and  said he  knows  that commercial  shellfish                                                               
farmers test all  product before it goes to market.  He asked how                                                               
frequently  and the  purpose of  the  agriculture testing  that's                                                               
addressed in the bill.                                                                                                          
MS. CARPENTER  answered that  the bill  is designed  to encourage                                                               
surveillance testing so DEH is  able to understand what pathogens                                                               
currently  are in  domestic livestock.  The testing  generally is                                                               
not done  on a specific frequency,  but the division does  have a                                                               
voluntary  chronic  wasting   disease  surveillance  program  for                                                               
reindeer herders  in Alaska. Regular testing  provides a baseline                                                               
so the response can be timelier if disease is found.                                                                            
SENATOR KIEHL said  he was trying to tease out  why these records                                                               
need to be confidential while others remain public.                                                                             
4:04:48 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR MICCICHE  asked if  any of the  diseases that  are tested                                                               
for are transmissible to humans.                                                                                                
MS. CARPENTER  answered yes.  Rabies, for  example, is  a disease                                                               
that  is transmissible  between  humans and  animals. The  Alaska                                                               
Department of  Fish and Game  (ADF&G) has a  surveillance program                                                               
for wildlife  and DEH has  programs to test domestic  animals. In                                                               
the  event  of  a  disease  outbreak, all  the  state  and  local                                                               
government agencies can respond.                                                                                                
4:05:51 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR MICCICHE  asked if  DEH tests for  any diseases  that are                                                               
transmissible to humans through meat products.                                                                                  
MS. CARPENTER answered yes, but she  would have to follow up with                                                               
the details because the state veterinarian wasn't online.                                                                       
4:06:55 PM                                                                                                                    
SENATOR  MICCICHE  asked if  someone  who  sells livestock  could                                                               
provide testing information to a buyer if they chose to do so.                                                                  
MS. CARPENTER answered that is correct.                                                                                         
4:07:39 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR REVAK  asked her  to confirm  that SB  223 does  not hinder                                                               
DEC's ability  to respond to  a disease outbreak. It  proposes to                                                               
keep the unique identifying information  about animals and owners                                                               
MS.  CARPENTER  answered  that  the bill  would  not  hinder  the                                                               
department in any  way. The intention of limiting  the release of                                                               
personal  identifying information  is  to  encourage testing  and                                                               
facilitate a  timelier response in  the event that a  pathogen or                                                               
disease outbreak is identified.                                                                                                 
4:09:19 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR REVAK  recapped that  livestock owners  are less  likely to                                                               
have their animals  tested if they know that their  names and the                                                               
disease  found   in  their  herd   is  public   information.  The                                                               
confidentiality  proposed in  SB 223  could actually  help public                                                               
MS. CARPENTER answered that is correct.                                                                                         
CHAIR REVAK asked if this would hinder public safety in any way.                                                                
MS. CARPENTER answered no.                                                                                                      
4:10:20 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR REVAK held SB 223 in committee.                                                                                           
4:10:43 PM                                                                                                                    
There being no further business to come before the committee,                                                                   
Chair Revak adjourned the Senate Resources Standing Committee                                                                   
meeting at 4:10 p.m.                                                                                                            

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
SB223 Sectional Analysis 3.7.2022.pdf SRES 3/9/2022 3:30:00 PM
SB 223
SB223 Letter of Support Alaska Farm Bureau.pdf SRES 3/9/2022 3:30:00 PM
SB 223
SB223 Sponsor Statement 3.7.2022.pdf SRES 3/9/2022 3:30:00 PM
SB 223
SB223 Supporting Documents Sample Veterinary Inspection Form.pdf SRES 3/9/2022 3:30:00 PM
SB 223