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HCS CSSSSB 19(FIN) am H(brf sup maj fld H): "An Act making appropriations, including capital appropriations, supplemental appropriations, reappropriations, and other appropriations; amending appropriations; making appropriations to capitalize funds; and providing for an effective date."

00      HOUSE CS FOR CS FOR SS FOR SENATE BILL NO. 19(FIN) am H(brf sup maj fld H)                                         
01 "An Act making appropriations, including capital appropriations, supplemental                                           
02 appropriations, reappropriations, and other appropriations; amending appropriations;                                    
03 making appropriations to capitalize funds; and providing for an effective date."                                        
04 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:                                                                
05                (SECTION 1 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON PAGE 2)                                                                 
01 * Section 1. The following appropriation items are for capital projects and grants from the                           
02 general fund or other funds as set out in section 2 of this Act by funding source to the                                
03 agencies named for the purposes expressed and lapse under AS 37.25.020, unless otherwise                                
04 noted.                                                                                                                  
05                                   Appropriation General      Other                                                      
06                          Allocations   Items      Funds     Funds                                                       
07                       * * * * *                      * * * * *                                                        
08                 * * * * * Department of Administration * * * * *                                                      
09                       * * * * *                      * * * * *                                                        
10 Public Building Fund Deferred  4,500,000  4,500,000                                                                     
11  Maintenance, Renovation, Repair and                                                                                    
12  Equipment (HD 1-40)                                                                                                    
13                 * * * * *                                                    * * * * *                                
14   * * * * * Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development * * * * *                                      
15                 * * * * *                                                    * * * * *                                
16 Alaska Energy Authority - Rural  1,000,000  1,000,000                                                                   
17  Outdoor Lighting Efficiency Retrofit                                                                                   
18  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
19 Alaska Industrial Development and  4,000,000  4,000,000                                                                 
20  Export Authority - Interior Gas                                                                                        
21  Utility Gas Storage Tanks (HD 1-40)                                                                                    
22 This appropriation is conditional upon the commercialization of the Interior Gas Utility after                          
23 January 1, 2020, but before January 1, 2021.                                                                            
24 Alaska Railroad - Seward Dock  3,100,000  3,100,000                                                                     
25  Replacement (HD 29)                                                                                                    
26 Community Block Grants  (HD 1-40)  6,000,000  6,000,000                                                                 
27 Grants to Named Recipients (AS                                                                                        
28  37.05.316)                                                                                                           
29 Marine Exchange of Alaska - Alaska  400,000  400,000                                                                    
30  Vessel Tracking System  (HD 1-40)                                                                                      
31 Prince William Sound Science Center &  17,500,000  17,500,000                                                           
01  Technology Institute Facilities                                                                                        
02  Replacement (HD 32)                                                                                                    
03                    * * * * *                                       * * * * *                                          
04          * * * * * Department of Education and Early Development * * * * *                                            
05                    * * * * *                                       * * * * *                                          
06 Major Maintenance Grant Fund (AS                                                                                      
07  14.11.007)                                                                                                           
08 K-12 Major Maintenance (HD 1-40)    7,400,000  7,400,000                                                                
09                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                              
10            * * * * * Department of Environmental Conservation * * * * *                                               
11                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                              
12 Clean Water Capitalization Grant -  1,000,000             1,000,000                                                     
13  Subsidy Funding (HD 1-40)                                                                                              
14 Drinking Water Capitalization Grant -  2,500,000          2,500,000                                                     
15  Subsidy Funding (HD 1-40)                                                                                              
16 Cruise Ship Air Pollutant Monitoring  115,000              115,000                                                      
17  Equipment (HD 33)                                                                                                      
18 Oil and Hazardous Substance First     400,000   400,000                                                                 
19  Responder Equipment and Preparedness                                                                                   
20  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
21 Village Safe Water and Wastewater:  52,750,000           52,750,000                                                   
22  Infrastructure Projects                                                                                              
23  Village Safe Water and   31,650,000                                                                                    
24   Wastewater Infrastructure                                                                                             
25   Projects: First Time                                                                                                  
26   Service Projects (HD 1-40)                                                                                            
27  Village Safe Water and   21,100,000                                                                                    
28   Wastewater Infrastructure                                                                                             
29   Projects: Expansion,                                                                                                  
30   Upgrade, and Replacement of                                                                                           
31   Existing Service (HD 1-40)                                                                                            
01                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                         
02                 * * * * * Department of Fish and Game * * * * *                                                       
03                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                         
04 Marine Mammal Research (HD 1-40)    1,000,000             1,000,000                                                     
05 Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund  3,500,000           3,500,000                                                     
06  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
07 Pink Salmon Disaster - 2016 Gulf of  3,630,000            3,630,000                                                     
08  Alaska (HD 1-40)                                                                                                       
09 Sport Fish Hatchery Facility Upgrades  1,500,000  1,500,000                                                             
10  and Improvements - William Jack                                                                                        
11  Hernandez and Ruth Burnett (HD 1-40)                                                                                   
12 Sport Fish Recreational Boating and  3,000,000  3,000,000                                                               
13  Angler Access (HD 1-40)                                                                                                
14 Wildlife Management, Research and  3,200,000  3,200,000                                                                 
15  Hunting Access (HD 1-40)                                                                                               
16 It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Fish and Game allocate up to                                 
17 $2,000,000 of Pittman-Robertson federal funds for agreements with nonstate entities, the                                
18 Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, and local governments that provide the required                                   
19 federal match for eligible Pittman-Robertson projects. The Department of Fish and Game                                  
20 shall advertise and communicate an opportunity for these entities to submit proposals for a                             
21 period of at least 120 days that will close by August 1 to allow for federal agency approval by                         
22 the end of the federal fiscal year on September 30. The Department of Fish and Game shall                               
23 maintain the list of projects, award grants to eligible applicants before reverting or returning                        
24 any Pittman-Robertson funds, and submit a report to the Legislative Finance Division by                                 
25 December 15 of each year.                                                                                               
26                         * * * * *                * * * * *                                                            
27                   * * * * * Office of the Governor * * * * *                                                          
28                         * * * * *                * * * * *                                                            
29 Statewide Deferred Maintenance,  21,000,000 21,000,000                                                                  
30  Renovation, and Repair (HD 1-40)                                                                                       
31 It is the intent of the legislature that the Office of Management and Budget submit a                                   
01 prioritized list of deferred maintenance projects across all executive branch agencies to the                           
02 finance committees and the Legislative Finance Division no later than December 31, 2019.                                
03                    * * * * *                                     * * * * *                                            
04           * * * * * Department of Military and Veterans Affairs * * * * *                                             
05                    * * * * *                                     * * * * *                                            
06 State Homeland Security Grant Programs  4,500,000         4,500,000                                                     
07  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
08                       * * * * *                         * * * * *                                                     
09               * * * * * Department of Natural Resources * * * * *                                                     
10                       * * * * *                         * * * * *                                                     
11 Abandoned Mine Lands Reclamation  3,200,000  3,200,000                                                                  
12  Federal Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                              
13 Cooperative Water Resource Program  500,000  500,000                                                                    
14  Pass-through to USGS for Stream Gaging                                                                                 
15  Projects (HD 1-40)                                                                                                     
16 Critical Minerals Mapping - 3DEEP (HD  3,000,000  3,000,000                                                             
17  1-40)                                                                                                                  
18 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill (EVOS) Parks  1,151,296  1,151,296                                                               
19  Habitat Restoration and Protection (HD                                                                                 
20  1-40)                                                                                                                  
21 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill (EVOS) Purchase  3,950,000  3,950,000                                                            
22  Corr Parcel Surface Estate (HD 30)                                                                                     
23 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill (EVOS) Purchase  500,000  500,000                                                                
24  Deep Creek Properties (HD 31)                                                                                          
25 Federal and Local Government Funded  1,400,000  1,400,000                                                               
26  Forest Resource and Fire Program (HD                                                                                   
27  1-40)                                                                                                                  
28 Geological Mapping for Energy  300,000  300,000                                                                         
29  Development (USGS STATEMAP) (HD 1-40)                                                                                  
30 National Historic Preservation Fund  500,000  500,000                                                                   
31  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
01 National Recreational Trails Federal  800,000    50,000    750,000                                                      
02  Grant Program - Community Organization                                                                                 
03  Trail Construction and Maintenance (HD                                                                                 
04  1-40)                                                                                                                  
05 National Recreational Trails Federal  800,000    50,000    750,000                                                      
06  Grant Program - Deferred Trail                                                                                         
07  Maintenance in DPOR Units (HD 1-40)                                                                                    
08 Settlers Cove Federal Land Access  703,000  703,000                                                                     
09  Program (HD 36)                                                                                                        
10 Snowmobile Trail Development Program  250,000 250,000                                                                   
11  and Grants (HD 1-40)                                                                                                   
12 Specialty Crop Grant for Peony  1,400,000  1,400,000                                                                    
13  Research (HD 1-40)                                                                                                     
14 State Parks Public Use Cabins (HD 1-  300,000 300,000                                                                   
15  40)                                                                                                                    
16                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                         
17                 * * * * * Department of Public Safety * * * * *                                                       
18                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                         
19 Marine Fisheries Patrol Improvements  1,100,000  1,100,000                                                              
20  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
21                         * * * * *               * * * * *                                                             
22                   * * * * * Department of Revenue * * * * *                                                           
23                         * * * * *               * * * * *                                                             
24 Alaska Housing Finance Corporation                                                                                    
25 AHFC Competitive Grants for Public  750,000  750,000                                                                    
26  Housing (HD 1-40)                                                                                                      
27 AHFC Energy Programs Weatherization  2,000,000  2,000,000                                                               
28  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
29 AHFC Federal and Other Competitive  6,000,000  6,000,000                                                                
30  Grants (HD 1-40)                                                                                                       
31 AHFC Housing and Urban Development  2,500,000  2,500,000                                                                
01  Capital Fund Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                         
02 AHFC Housing and Urban Development  4,000,000             4,000,000                                                     
03  Federal HOME Grant (HD 1-40)                                                                                           
04 AHFC Teacher, Health and Public Safety  500,000            500,000                                                      
05  Professionals Housing (HD 1-40)                                                                                        
06                   * * * * *                                            * * * * *                                      
07         * * * * * Department of Transportation and Public Facilities * * * * *                                        
08                   * * * * *                                            * * * * *                                      
09 Alaska Marine Highway System - Tazlina  3,000,000 3,000,000                                                             
10  and Hubbard Side Doors Installation                                                                                    
11  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
12 Decommissioning and Remediation of  2,200,000 2,200,000                                                                 
13  Class V Injection Wells (HD 1-40)                                                                                      
14 This appropriation is to be taken from the Response Account of the Oil and Hazardous                                    
15 Substance Release Prevention and Response Fund.                                                                         
16 Federal-Aid Highway Project Match  450,000 450,000                                                                      
17  Credits (HD 1-40)                                                                                                      
18 State Equipment Fleet Replacement (HD  12,500,000  12,500,000                                                           
19  1-40)                                                                                                                  
20 It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities                         
21 coordinate with the Finance Committee Co-Chairs or their designee(s) to develop improved                                
22 standard operating procedures guiding the replacement of equipment managed by the state                                 
23 equipment fleet in order to ensure the state's maximum return on investment.                                            
24 Airport Improvement Program  208,700,000  208,700,000                                                                 
25 It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities                         
26 submit a quarterly report of Federal Aviation Administration grant awards that were accepted                            
27 by the Department during FY2020 to the House and Senate Finance Committees no later than                                
28 30 days after the end of each quarter.  The legislature will consider the value and effectiveness                       
29 of the reporting in regard to the potential of a single appropriation without allocations for                           
30 future Airport Improvement Programs.                                                                                    
31  Alaska International     68,700,000                                                                                    
01   Airport System (HD 1-40)                                                                                              
02  Rural Airport Improvement 140,000,000                                                                                  
03   Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                                     
04 Surface Transportation Program                                                                                        
05 It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities                         
06 submit a quarterly report of Federal Highway Administration funding obligations that occur                              
07 during FY2020 to the House and Senate Finance Committees no later than 30 days after the                                
08 end of each quarter.  The legislature will consider the value and effectiveness of the reporting                        
09 in regard to the potential of a single appropriation without allocations for future Surface                             
10 Transportation Programs.                                                                                                
11 Surface Transportation Program FHWA  690,000,000       690,000,000                                                      
12  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
13 Statewide Federal Programs        48,500,000             48,500,000                                                   
14  Commercial Vehicle       5,500,000                                                                                     
15   Enforcement Program (HD 1-                                                                                            
16   40)                                                                                                                   
17  Cooperative Reimbursable 15,000,000                                                                                    
18   Projects (HD 1-40)                                                                                                    
19  Federal Emergency Projects 10,000,000                                                                                  
20   (HD 1-40)                                                                                                             
21  Federal Transit          10,000,000                                                                                    
22   Administration Grants (HD                                                                                             
23   1-40)                                                                                                                 
24  Highway Safety Grants    8,000,000                                                                                     
25   Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                                     
26                         * * * * *              * * * * *                                                              
27                    * * * * * University of Alaska * * * * *                                                           
28                         * * * * *              * * * * *                                                              
29 University of Alaska Deferred       5,000,000  5,000,000                                                                
30  Maintenance, Renovation, and Repair                                                                                    
31  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
01            (SECTION 2 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01 * Sec. 2. The following sets out the funding by agency for the appropriations made in sec. 1 of                       
02 this Act.                                                                                                               
03  Funding Source                                            Amount                                                       
04 Department of Administration                                                                                          
05  1147  Public Building Fund                               4,500,000                                                     
06  *** Total Agency Funding ***                             4,500,000                                                     
07 Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development                                                            
08  1002  Federal Receipts                                   6,000,000                                                     
09  1018  Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trust--Civil               17,500,000                                                     
10  1102  Alaska Industrial Development & Export Authority Receipts 4,000,000                                              
11  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 1,000,000                                                                  
12  1206  Commercial Vessel Passenger Excise Tax 3,500,000                                                                 
13  *** Total Agency Funding *** 32,000,000                                                                                
14 Department of Education and Early Development                                                                         
15  1197  Alaska Capital Income Fund 7,400,000                                                                             
16  *** Total Agency Funding *** 7,400,000                                                                                 
17 Department of Environmental Conservation                                                                              
18  1002  Federal Receipts 52,250,000                                                                                      
19  1052  Oil/Hazardous Release Prevention & Response Fund 400,000                                                         
20  1075  Alaska Clean Water Fund 1,000,000                                                                                
21  1100  Alaska Drinking Water Fund 2,500,000                                                                             
22  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 500,000                                                                    
23  1166  Commercial Passenger Vessel Environmental Compliance Fund 115,000                                                
24  *** Total Agency Funding *** 56,765,000                                                                                
25 Department of Fish and Game                                                                                           
26  1002  Federal Receipts 8,900,000                                                                                       
27  1024  Fish and Game Fund 3,050,000                                                                                     
28  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 3,880,000                                                                  
29  *** Total Agency Funding *** 15,830,000                                                                                
30 Office of the Governor                                                                                                
31  1197  Alaska Capital Income Fund 21,000,000                                                                            
01  *** Total Agency Funding *** 21,000,000                                                                                
02 Department of Military and Veterans Affairs                                                                           
03  1002  Federal Receipts 4,500,000                                                                                       
04  *** Total Agency Funding *** 4,500,000                                                                                 
05 Department of Natural Resources                                                                                       
06  1002  Federal Receipts 12,003,000                                                                                      
07  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 400,000                                                                            
08  1018  Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trust--Civil 5,601,296                                                                    
09  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 500,000                                                                    
10  1195  Snow Machine Registration Receipts 250,000                                                                       
11  *** Total Agency Funding *** 18,754,296                                                                                
12 Department of Public Safety                                                                                           
13  1002  Federal Receipts 1,100,000                                                                                       
14  *** Total Agency Funding *** 1,100,000                                                                                 
15 Department of Revenue                                                                                                 
16  1002  Federal Receipts 15,250,000                                                                                      
17  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 500,000                                                                    
18  *** Total Agency Funding *** 15,750,000                                                                                
19 Department of Transportation and Public Facilities                                                                    
20  1002  Federal Receipts 915,700,000                                                                                     
21  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 450,000                                                                            
22  1026  Highways Equipment Working Capital Fund 12,500,000                                                               
23  1027  International Airports Revenue Fund 21,500,000                                                                   
24  1052  Oil/Hazardous Release Prevention & Response Fund 2,200,000                                                       
25  1082  AMHS Vessel Replacement Fund 3,000,000                                                                           
26  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 10,000,000                                                                 
27  *** Total Agency Funding *** 965,350,000                                                                               
28 University of Alaska                                                                                                  
29  1197  Alaska Capital Income Fund 5,000,000                                                                             
30  *** Total Agency Funding *** 5,000,000                                                                                 
31 * * * * * Total Budget * * * * * 1,147,949,296                                                                        
01            (SECTION 3 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01 * Sec. 3. The following sets out the statewide funding for the appropriations made in sec. 1 of                       
02 this Act.                                                                                                               
03  Funding Source                                            Amount                                                       
04 Designated General                                                                                                    
05  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 850,000                                                                            
06  1052  Oil/Hazardous Release Prevention & Response Fund 2,600,000                                                       
07  1082  AMHS Vessel Replacement Fund 3,000,000                                                                           
08  1195  Snow Machine Registration Receipts 250,000                                                                       
09  1197  Alaska Capital Income Fund 33,400,000                                                                            
10  *** Total Designated General *** 40,100,000                                                                            
11 Other Non-Duplicated                                                                                                  
12  1018  Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trust--Civil 23,101,296                                                                   
13  1024  Fish and Game Fund 3,050,000                                                                                     
14  1027  International Airports Revenue Fund 21,500,000                                                                   
15  1102  Alaska Industrial Development & Export Authority Receipts 4,000,000                                              
16  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 16,380,000                                                                 
17  1166  Commercial Passenger Vessel Environmental Compliance Fund 115,000                                                
18  1206  Commercial Vessel Passenger Excise Tax 3,500,000                                                                 
19  *** Total Other Non-Duplicated *** 71,646,296                                                                          
20 Federal Receipts                                                                                                      
21  1002  Federal Receipts 1,015,703,000                                                                                   
22  *** Total Federal Receipts *** 1,015,703,000                                                                           
23 Other Duplicated                                                                                                      
24  1026  Highways Equipment Working Capital Fund 12,500,000                                                               
25  1075  Alaska Clean Water Fund 1,000,000                                                                                
26  1100  Alaska Drinking Water Fund 2,500,000                                                                             
27  1147  Public Building Fund 4,500,000                                                                                   
28  *** Total Other Duplicated *** 20,500,000                                                                              
29            (SECTION 4 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01 * Sec. 4. The following appropriation items are for supplemental capital projects and grants                          
02 from the general fund or other funds as set out in section 5 of this Act by funding source to                           
03 the agencies named for the purposes expressed and lapse under AS 37.25.020, unless                                      
04 otherwise noted.                                                                                                        
05                                   Appropriation General      Other                                                      
06                          Allocations   Items      Funds     Funds                                                       
07                        * * * * *                   * * * * *                                                          
08                  * * * * * Department of Corrections * * * * *                                                        
09                        * * * * *                   * * * * *                                                          
10 MH:  Renovation Required to  1,145,000  1,145,000                                                                       
11  Accommodate Women's Mental Health Unit                                                                                 
12  at Hiland Mountain (HD 14)                                                                                             
13                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                              
14            * * * * * Department of Environmental Conservation * * * * *                                               
15                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                              
16 Statewide Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl  9,425,000 9,425,000                                                                 
17  Substances (PFAS) Response (HD 1-40)                                                                                   
18 It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Environmental Conservation collect                           
19 data on as many per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) as possible, even if that data is                            
20 not being presently analyzed, to build a baseline of data that will be necessary for                                    
21 understanding the amount of PFAS contamination in soil and water across the state, to                                   
22 estimate the cost of clean up, and to develop a long-term plan of action. The substances for                            
23 which data should be collected include perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS),                                             
24 perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), perfluoroheptanoic acid (PFHpA), perfluorohexane sulfonic                                
25 acid (PFHxs), perfluorononanoic acid (PFNA), perfluorobutane sulfonate (PFBS), and the 12                               
26 other compounds listed in the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) method 537.1 testing                                
27 panel, revised November 2018. It is the intent of the legislature that the commissioner of                              
28 environmental conservation notify the legislature if the department has identified substances                           
29 other than those listed above that will be tested, and, if not, the reasons why the department                          
30 has chosen to limit the data collected, including cost, scientific understanding, or lack of                            
31 evidence that those chemicals are found in the soil and water in the state.                                             
01                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                              
02             * * * * * Department of Health and Social Services * * * * *                                              
03                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                              
04 Electronic Visit Verification System  4,272,900           4,272,900                                                     
05  Implementation (HD 1-40)                                                                                               
06                       * * * * *                         * * * * *                                                     
07               * * * * * Department of Natural Resources * * * * *                                                     
08                       * * * * *                         * * * * *                                                     
09 Spruce Beetle Hazard Mitigation     2,000,000             2,000,000                                                     
10  Project (HD 7-12)                                                                                                      
11 Upgrade and Repair of Critical Volcano  4,250,000         4,250,000                                                     
12  Monitoring Instruments (HD 1-40)                                                                                       
13                   * * * * *                                            * * * * *                                      
14         * * * * * Department of Transportation and Public Facilities * * * * *                                        
15                   * * * * *                                            * * * * *                                      
16 Alaska Marine Highway System Vessel  1,400,000 1,400,000                                                                
17  Overhaul, Annual Certification and                                                                                     
18  Shoreside Facilities Rehabilitation                                                                                    
19  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
20 Klondike - Industrial Use Highway     787,000   787,000                                                                 
21  Funding (HD 33)                                                                                                        
22            (SECTION 5 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01 * Sec. 5. The following sets out the funding by agency for the appropriations made in sec. 4 of                       
02 this Act.                                                                                                               
03  Funding Source                                            Amount                                                       
04 Department of Corrections                                                                                             
05  1092  Mental Health Trust Authority Authorized Receipts  1,145,000                                                     
06  *** Total Agency Funding ***                             1,145,000                                                     
07 Department of Environmental Conservation                                                                              
08  1052  Oil/Hazardous Release Prevention & Response Fund   9,425,000                                                     
09  *** Total Agency Funding ***                             9,425,000                                                     
10 Department of Health and Social Services                                                                              
11  1002  Federal Receipts 4,272,900                                                                                       
12  *** Total Agency Funding *** 4,272,900                                                                                 
13 Department of Natural Resources                                                                                       
14  1002  Federal Receipts 6,250,000                                                                                       
15  *** Total Agency Funding *** 6,250,000                                                                                 
16 Department of Transportation and Public Facilities                                                                    
17  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 787,000                                                                            
18  1076  Alaska Marine Highway System Fund 1,400,000                                                                      
19  *** Total Agency Funding *** 2,187,000                                                                                 
20 * * * * * Total Budget * * * * * 23,279,900                                                                           
21            (SECTION 6 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01 * Sec. 6. The following sets out the statewide funding for the appropriations made in sec. 4 of                       
02 this Act.                                                                                                               
03  Funding Source                                            Amount                                                       
04 Designated General                                                                                                    
05  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 787,000                                                                            
06  1052  Oil/Hazardous Release Prevention & Response Fund 9,425,000                                                       
07  1076  Alaska Marine Highway System Fund 1,400,000                                                                      
08  *** Total Designated General *** 11,612,000                                                                            
09 Other Non-Duplicated                                                                                                  
10  1092  Mental Health Trust Authority Authorized Receipts  1,145,000                                                     
11  *** Total Other Non-Duplicated ***                       1,145,000                                                     
12 Federal Receipts                                                                                                      
13  1002  Federal Receipts                                  10,522,900                                                     
14  *** Total Federal Receipts ***                          10,522,900                                                     
15            (SECTION 7 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01 * Sec. 7. The following appropriation items are for operating expenditures from the general                           
02 fund or other funds as set out in the fiscal year 2020 budget summary by funding source to the                          
03 state agencies named and for the purposes set out in the new legislation for the fiscal year                            
04 beginning July 1, 2019, and ending June 30, 2020, unless otherwise indicated. The                                       
05 appropriations in this section fund legislation assumed to have passed during the First Regular                         
06 Session and First Special Session of the Thirty-First Alaska State Legislature. If a measure                            
07 listed in this section fails to pass and its substance is not incorporated in some other measure,                       
08 or is vetoed by the governor, the appropriation for that measure shall be reduced accordingly.                          
09           Appropriation                                                                                                 
10 HB   14  ASSAULT; SEX OFFENSES; SENT. AGGRAVATOR                                                                      
11  Department of Corrections                                                                                              
12   Population Management                                                                                                 
13    Institution Director's Office                                                                                        
14     1169 PCE Endow                                         524,500                                                      
15 HB   49  CRIMES; SENTENCING;DRUGS;THEFT; REPORTS                                                                      
16  Department of Administration                                                                                           
17   Legal and Advocacy Services                                                                                           
18    Office of Public Advocacy                                                                                            
19     1169 PCE Endow                                         694,700                                                      
20    Public Defender Agency                                                                                               
21     1169 PCE Endow                                        1,300,900                                                     
22   Motor Vehicles                                                                                                        
23    Motor Vehicles                                                                                                       
24     1005 GF/Prgm                                            14,400                                                      
25     1169 PCE Endow                                          20,000                                                      
26  Department of Corrections                                                                                              
27   Administration and Support                                                                                            
28    Information Technology MIS                                                                                           
29     1169 PCE Endow                                         175,000                                                      
30   Population Management                                                                                                 
31    Institution Director's Office                                                                                        
01     1169 PCE Endow                                        3,511,900                                                     
02    Statewide Probation and Parole                                                                                       
03     1169 PCE Endow                                         127,800                                                      
04    Parole Board                                                                                                         
05     1169 PCE Endow                                          77,300                                                      
06   Health and Rehabilitation Services                                                                                    
07    Physical Health Care                                                                                                 
08     1169 PCE Endow                                        4,045,300                                                     
09   24 Hour Institutional Utilities                                                                                       
10    24 Hour Institutional Utilities                                                                                      
11     1169 PCE Endow                                         438,400                                                      
12  Department of Health and Social Services                                                                               
13   Children's Services                                                                                                   
14    Family Preservation                                                                                                  
15     1169 PCE Endow                                          73,300                                                      
16  Department of Law                                                                                                      
17   Criminal Division                                                                                                     
18    Criminal Justice Litigation                                                                                          
19     1169 PCE Endow                                        1,602,700                                                     
20  Department of Public Safety                                                                                            
21   Statewide Support                                                                                                     
22    Laboratory Services                                                                                                  
23     1169 PCE Endow                                         342,500                                                      
24  Judiciary                                                                                                              
25   Alaska Court System                                                                                                   
26    Trial Courts                                                                                                         
27     1169 PCE Endow                                        1,136,500                                                     
28 SB   10  EXTEND SUICIDE PREVENTION COUNCIL                                                                            
29  Department of Health and Social Services                                                                               
30   Behavioral Health                                                                                                     
31    Suicide Prevention Council                                                                                           
01     1037 GF/MH                                             -61,700                                                      
02 It is the intent of the legislature that grant funding be divided 50% to rural school districts and                     
03 50% to urban school districts. Further, it is the intent of the legislature that the Suicide                            
04 Prevention Council and the Department of Education and Early Development work together                                  
05 to develop a long-term sustainability plan for suicide prevention training. The plan should                             
06 include implementation of a "Train the Trainer" model so districts can provide ongoing                                  
07 training. The plan should be submitted to the Presiding Officers of the legislature and the                             
08 Legislative Finance Division by December 1, 2019.                                                                       
09 SB   41  NUMBER OF SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES                                                                              
10  Judiciary                                                                                                              
11   Alaska Court System                                                                                                   
12    Trial Courts                                                                                                         
13     1169 PCE Endow                                          62,000                                                      
14 SB   44  TELEHEALTH: PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS; DRUGS                                                                      
15  Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development                                                             
16   Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing                                                                     
17    Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing                                                                    
18     1156 Rcpt Svcs                                           5,300                                                      
19 SB   61  FISHERMEN'S FUND:VESSEL OWNER BENEFITS                                                                       
20  Department of Labor and Workforce Development                                                                          
21   Workers' Compensation                                                                                                 
22    Fishermen's Fund                                                                                                     
23     1032 Fish Fund                                          16,100                                                      
24 SB   93  MEDICAL PROVIDER INCENTIVES/LOAN REPAYM'T                                                                    
25  Department of Health and Social Services                                                                               
26   Public Health                                                                                                         
27    Emergency Programs                                                                                                   
28     1108 Stat Desig                                        814,300                                                      
29 *** Total New Legislation Funding ***                    14,921,200                                                     
30            (SECTION 8 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01    * Sec. 8. LEGISLATIVE INTENT. It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of                           
02 Transportation and Public Facilities begin work on the Juneau Access Improvements Project                               
03 as soon as possible.                                                                                                  
04    * Sec. 9. SUPPLEMENTAL DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. The sum of $3,000,000                                            
05 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Corrections, health and                                      
06 rehabilitation services, physical health care, for increased costs due to nursing shortages,                            
07 medical fees, chronic diseases, and pharmaceuticals for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                           
08    * Sec. 10. FEDERAL AND OTHER PROGRAM RECEIPTS. Federal receipts, designated                                        
09 program receipts under AS 37.05.146(b)(3), information services fund program receipts under                             
10 AS 44.21.045(b), Exxon Valdez oil spill trust receipts under AS 37.05.146(b)(4), receipts of                            
11 the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, receipts of the Alaska marine highway system fund                               
12 under AS 19.65.060(a), receipts of the vaccine assessment account (AS 18.09.230), receipts                              
13 of the University of Alaska under AS 37.05.146(b)(2), receipts of the highways equipment                                
14 working capital fund under AS 44.68.210, and receipts of commercial fisheries test fishing                              
15 operations under AS 37.05.146(c)(21) that are received during the fiscal year ending June 30,                           
16 2020, and that exceed the amounts appropriated by this Act are appropriated conditioned on                              
17 compliance with the program review provisions of AS 37.07.080(h).                                                       
18    * Sec. 11. INSURANCE CLAIMS. The amounts to be received in settlement of insurance                                 
19 claims for losses and the amounts to be received as recovery for losses are appropriated from                           
20 the general fund to the                                                                                                 
21            (1)  state insurance catastrophe reserve account (AS 37.05.289(a)); or                                       
22            (2)  appropriate state agency to mitigate the loss.                                                          
23    * Sec. 12. NATIONAL PETROLEUM RESERVE - ALASKA IMPACT GRANT                                                        
24 PROGRAM. (a) Section 19, ch. 19, SLA 2018, is amended to read:                                                          
25 Sec. 19. NATIONAL PETROLEUM RESERVE - ALASKA IMPACT                                                                   
26 GRANT PROGRAM. The amount received by the National Petroleum Reserve -                                                  
27 Alaska special revenue fund (AS 37.05.530(a)) under 42 U.S.C. 6506a(l) or former 42                                     
28 U.S.C. 6508 by August 31, 2018, estimated to be $24,983,219 [$11,611,722], is                                       
29 appropriated from that fund to the Department of Commerce, Community, and                                               
30 Economic Development for capital project grants under the National Petroleum                                            
31 Reserve - Alaska impact grant program to the following municipalities in the amounts                                    
01       stated:                                                                                                           
02  MUNICIPALITY PROJECT ALLOCATION                                                                                        
03  (1)  City of Nuiqsut Local government operations $  2,049,203                                                      
04     and maintenance [$   949,203]                                                                                       
05  (2)  City of Nuiqsut Youth center operations 267,826                                                                   
06                                and maintenance                                                                          
07  (3)  City of Wainwright Local government operations 1,062,909                                                      
08      [499,251]                                                                                                          
09  (4)  City of Wainwright Youth program 576,549                                                                      
10      [289,272]                                                                                                          
11  (5)  City of Utqiagvik Local government operations 1,890,000                                                           
12  (6)  City of Anaktuvuk Pass Local operations and community 571,536                                                     
13                                center upgrades                                                                          
14  (7)  North Slope Borough Monitoring waterfowl in the 337,550                                                           
15                                National Petroleum Reserve -                                                             
16                                Alaska                                                                                   
17  (8)  North Slope Borough Areawide air quality study 1,187,500                                                          
18  (9)  North Slope Borough Monitoring nearshore fish and 562,500                                                         
19                                fish habitats in the National                                                            
20                                Petroleum Reserve - Alaska                                                               
21  (10)  North Slope Borough Monitoring fish in the Colville 187,500                                                      
22                                River for presence of                                                                    
23                                water mold                                                                               
24  (11)  City of Atqasuk Local government operations 393,061                                                              
25                                and youth program                                                                        
26  (12)  City of Nuiqsut Kisik Center maintenance project 192,035                                                         
27  (13)  North Slope Borough Community winter access trails 5,904,721                                                 
28      [3,576,798]                                                                                                        
29  (14)  City of Utqiagvik Repair of the City of Utqiagvik's 160,000                                                      
30                                shop subfloor and BCI support                                                            
31  (15)  City of Utqiagvik Purchase of new John Deere 400,000                                                             
01                                loader                                                                                   
02       (16)  City of Utqiagvik Purchase of new tent for existing 147,690                                                 
03                                hockey facility                                                                          
04       (17)  City of Nuiqsut   Playground upgrades         385,116                                           
05       (18)  City of Nuiqsut   Community recreation and    400,000                                           
06                                youth center operations                                                              
07  (19)  City of Nuiqsut Capacity building planning 245,000                                                 
08  (20)  City of Wainwright Skate park design 47,000                                                          
09  (21)  North Slope Borough Village comprehensive plan  1,000,000                                            
10                                updates                                                                              
11  (22)  North Slope Borough Police training and personnel 300,000                                            
12  (23)  North Slope Borough Land management enforcement 500,000                                              
13  (24)  North Slope Borough Inupiatun revitalization 682,000                                                 
14  (25)  North Slope Borough Student outreach and science 377,500                                             
15                                education                                                                            
16  (26)  North Slope Borough Upgrades to search and   1,155,000                                               
17                                rescue equipment                                                                     
18  (27)  North Slope Borough Health assessment petroleum/  187,500                                            
19                                heavy metal testing                                                                  
20  (28)  North Slope Borough Acoustic monitoring of fish 335,000                                              
21  (29)  North Slope Borough Portable boat ramps 3,000,000                                                    
22  (30)  City of Anaktuvuk Pass Local operations 478,523                                                      
23 (b)  The amount received by the National Petroleum Reserve - Alaska special revenue                                     
24 fund (AS 37.05.530(a)) under 42 U.S.C. 6506a(l) or former 42 U.S.C. 6508 by August 31,                                  
25 2019, estimated to be $6,428,714, is appropriated from that fund to the Department of                                   
26 Commerce, Community, and Economic Development for capital project grants under the                                      
27 National Petroleum Reserve - Alaska impact grant program to the following municipalities in                             
28 the amounts stated:                                                                                                     
29  MUNICIPALITY PROJECT ALLOCATION                                                                                        
30  (1)  North Slope Borough Community winter access trails $   1,672,077                                                  
31  (2)  North Slope Borough Health impact assessment -  350,000                                                           
01                                mental health                                                                            
02       (3)  North Slope Borough EMS and emergency training  1,174,100                                                    
03                                equipment upgrades                                                                       
04       (4)  North Slope Borough Winter sampling of fish in the  160,000                                                  
05                                nearshore and arctic lagoons                                                             
06       (5)  North Slope Borough Monitoring ice seal movements,  171,745                                                  
07                                behavior, and condition in                                                               
08                                the Arctic                                                                               
09       (6)  City of Atqasuk    Local government operations 455,792                                                       
10                                and youth programs                                                                       
11       (7)  City of Utqiagvik  Purchase heating system for  1,660,000                                                    
12                                administrative building and                                                              
13                                Piuraagvik Recreation Center                                                             
14       (8)  City of Utqiagvik  Local government operations 785,000                                                       
15    * Sec. 13. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, COMMUNITY, AND ECONOMIC                                                         
16 DEVELOPMENT. (a) The unexpended and unobligated balances, estimated to be a total of                                    
17 $905,065, of the appropriations made in sec. 4, ch. 15, SLA 2009, page 47, lines 11 - 12, and                           
18 allocated on page 47, lines 13 - 16 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, cruise                         
19 ship-related projects, Haines, Beach Road widening and Front Street intersection                                        
20 improvements - $2,945,500), estimated balance of $780,065, and sec. 4, ch. 15, SLA 2009,                                
21 page 47, lines 11 - 12, and allocated on page 47, lines 30 - 32 (Department of Transportation                           
22 and Public Facilities, cruise ship-related projects, Juneau, Thane Road pavement rehabilitation                         
23 - $4,000,000), estimated balance of $125,000, are reappropriated to the Department of                                   
24 Commerce, Community, and Economic Development for replacement of the Alaska Railroad                                    
25 Corporation dock in Seward.                                                                                             
26 (b)  The unexpended and unobligated balance, not to exceed $225,000 of the total                                        
27 estimated balance of $640,794, of the appropriation made in sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page                              
28 122, lines 19 - 21, and allocated on page 122, line 33, through page 123, line 5, as amended                            
29 by sec. 21(j)(67), ch. 1, TSSLA 2017 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred                            
30 maintenance, renewal, repair and equipment, Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson facilities                                  
31 deferred maintenance) is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce, Community, and                                   
01 Economic Development for payment as a grant under AS 37.05.316 to the Alaska Peace                                      
02 Officers Association Farthest North Chapter for the design of a shooting range at the Interior                          
03 Public Safety Training Facility.                                                                                        
04 (c)  The unexpended and unobligated balance of income accrued on or before June 30,                                     
05 2019, of the Exxon Valdez oil spill restoration fund, estimated to be $200,000, is appropriated                         
06 to the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development for payment as a                                     
07 grant under AS 37.05.316 to the Prince William Sound Science and Technology Institute, dba                              
08 Prince William Sound Science Center, for planning and constructing a facility, including any                            
09 necessary acquisition of land, for research related to the restoration of natural resources and                         
10 services injured as a result of the Exxon Valdez oil spill.                                                             
11 (d)  The sum of $4,000,000 is appropriated from the receipts of the Alaska Industrial                                   
12 Development and Export Authority to the Department of Commerce, Community, and                                          
13 Economic Development for payment as a grant under AS 37.05.316 to the Northwest Arctic                                  
14 Borough for costs of school construction and major maintenance.                                                       
15    * Sec. 14. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. (a) The sum of $6,000,000 is appropriated                                    
16 from the power cost equalization endowment fund (AS 42.45.070(a)) to the Department of                                  
17 Corrections for the costs of reopening the Palmer Correctional Center for the fiscal year                               
18 ending June 30, 2020.                                                                                                   
19 (b)  The sum of $10,669,100 is appropriated from the power cost equalization                                            
20 endowment fund (AS 42.45.070(a)) to the Department of Corrections for the costs of                                      
21 reopening the Palmer Correctional Center for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020.                                      
22 (c)  It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Corrections submit the                                  
23 following reports to the senate secretary and chief clerk of the house of representatives on or                         
24 before the first day of the Second Regular Session of the Thirty-First Alaska State Legislature                         
25 and notify the legislature that the reports are available:                                                              
26 (1)  an offender profile report as of June 30, 2018, that is prepared in the                                            
27 historical manner;                                                                                                      
28 (2)  an offender profile report as of June 30, 2019, that is prepared in the                                            
29 historical manner;                                                                                                      
30 (3)  a detailed report of the increase in the prisoner population between                                               
31 June 30, 2019, and December 31, 2019, categorized by offense classification, for prisoners                              
01                 (A)  confined in state correctional facilities;                                                         
02                 (B)  housed in community residential centers;                                                           
03                 (C)  on pretrial electronic monitoring; and                                                             
04                 (D)  on post-trial electronic monitoring;                                                               
05 (4)  a detailed report of the specific actions and efforts taken by the                                                 
06 Department of Corrections to ensure that prisoners who are eligible to be housed in                                     
07 community residential centers or placed on electronic monitoring have been considered for                               
08 such placement and, if denied, the rationale for denying the placement; and                                             
09            (5)  a report of the number of persons under pretrial supervision who are                                    
10 committed to the custody of the commissioner of corrections as of December 31, 2019,                                    
11 categorized by offense classification.                                                                                  
12    * Sec. 15. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT. (a) The                                                  
13 unexpended and unobligated balance, estimated to be $49,766, of the appropriation made in                               
14 sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 80, lines 23 - 24 (Department of Education and Early                                    
15 Development, abandoned school site assessments - $125,000) is reappropriated to the                                     
16 Department of Education and Early Development for abandoned school site assessments.                                    
17 (b) The proceeds from the sale of Department of Education and Early Development                                         
18 state-owned land in Sitka received during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2020, June 30,                               
19 2021, and June 30, 2022, are appropriated to the Department of Education and Early                                      
20 Development, Mt. Edgecumbe boarding school, for maintenance and operations for the fiscal                               
21 years ending June 30, 2020, June 30, 2021, June 30, 2022, and June 30, 2023.                                            
22    * Sec. 16. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. The unexpended and                                                     
23 unobligated balance, estimated to be $34,577, of the appropriation made in sec. 1, ch. 5,                               
24 FSSLA 2011, page 89, lines 5 - 7, and allocated on page 90, lines 5 - 8, as amended by sec.                             
25 21(j)(48), ch. 1, TSSLA 2017 (Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, Military and                                 
26 Veterans' Affairs deferred maintenance projects, Military Youth Academy, deferred                                       
27 maintenance, renewal, and replacement) is reappropriated to the Department of Natural                                   
28 Resources for the Flattop Mountain Trail clean up pilot project.                                                        
29    * Sec. 17. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY. (a)  The unexpended and unobligated                                        
30 general fund balances, estimated to be a total of $659,958, of the following appropriations are                         
31 reappropriated to the Department of Public Safety for Alaska state troopers law enforcement                             
01 equipment replacement:                                                                                                  
02            (1)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 128, lines 11 - 13 (Department of Public                                 
03 Safety, Alaska state troopers law enforcement equipment - $500,000), estimated balance of                               
04 $27,577;                                                                                                                
05            (2)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 74, lines 29 - 31 (Department of Public                                  
06 Safety, Alaska state troopers law enforcement equipment - $400,000), estimated balance of                               
07 $382,381; and                                                                                                           
08            (3)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 60, lines 19 - 20 (Department of Public                                  
09 Safety, Alaska state troopers law enforcement equipment - $250,000), estimated balance of                               
10 $250,000.                                                                                                               
11 (b)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, estimated to be a total of                                   
12 $248,203, of the following appropriations are reappropriated to the Department of Public                                
13 Safety for Alaska wildlife troopers law enforcement equipment replacement:                                              
14 (1)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 75, lines 4 - 6 (Department of Public                                               
15 Safety, Alaska wildlife troopers law enforcement equipment - $400,000), estimated balance of                            
16 $34,247; and                                                                                                            
17 (2)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 60, lines 21 - 22 (Department of Public                                             
18 Safety, Alaska wildlife troopers law enforcement equipment - $250,000), estimated balance of                            
19 $213,956.                                                                                                               
20 (c)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, estimated to be a total of                                   
21 $289,493, of the following appropriations are reappropriated to the Department of Public                                
22 Safety for village public safety officer equipment replacement:                                                         
23 (1)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 128, lines 30 - 32 (Department of Public                                            
24 Safety, village public safety officer equipment - $375,000), estimated balance of $9,232;                               
25 (2)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 75, lines 13 - 15 (Department of Public                                             
26 Safety, village public safety officer equipment - $400,000), estimated balance of $30,426; and                          
27 (3)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 60, lines 27 - 28 (Department of Public                                             
28 Safety, village public safety officer equipment - $250,000), estimated balance of $249,835.                             
29    * Sec. 18. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC FACILITIES. (a) The                                             
30 proceeds from the sale of Alaska marine highway system assets received during the fiscal                                
31 years ending June 30, 2020, June 30, 2021, or June 30, 2022, are appropriated to the Alaska                             
01 marine highway system vessel replacement fund (AS 37.05.550).                                                           
02       (b)  The unexpended and unobligated balances, estimated to be a total of $1,604,457,                              
03 of the following appropriations are reappropriated to the harbor facility grant fund                                    
04 (AS 29.60.800) for harbor facility matching grants:                                                                     
05 (1)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 135, lines 20 - 21, and allocated on page                                           
06 135, lines 28 - 29 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, municipal harbor                                
07 facility grant fund (AS 29.60.800), Nome, Nome harbor - $1,500,000), estimated balance of                               
08 $454,886;                                                                                                               
09            (2)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 135, lines 20 - 21, and allocated on page                                
10 135, lines 32 - 33 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, municipal harbor                                
11 facility grant fund (AS 29.60.800), Seldovia, small boat harbor - $1,000,000), estimated                                
12 balance of $297,243; and                                                                                                
13 (3)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 135, lines 20 - 21, and allocated on page                                           
14 136, lines 5 - 7 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, municipal harbor facility                         
15 grant fund (AS 29.60.800), Sitka, Alaska Native Brotherhood (ANB) Harbor - $4,250,000),                                 
16 estimated balance of $852,328.                                                                                          
17    * Sec. 19. FUND CAPITALIZATION. (a) The amount of statutory designated program                                     
18 receipts received by the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation for the fiscal year ending                              
19 June 30, 2020, not to exceed $25,000,000, is appropriated to the Alaska liquefied natural gas                           
20 project fund (AS 31.25.110).                                                                                            
21 (b)  The vaccine assessment program receipts collected under AS 18.09.220, estimated                                    
22 to be $12,500,000, are appropriated to the vaccine assessment fund (AS 18.09.230).                                      
23    * Sec. 20. FUND TRANSFER. The balance of the large passenger vessel gaming and                                     
24 gambling tax account (AS 43.35.220) on June 30, 2020, estimated to be $10,700,000, is                                   
25 appropriated to the general fund.                                                                                       
26    * Sec. 21. HOUSE DISTRICTS 5 - 6. Section 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 27, lines 16 - 17, is                          
27 amended to read:                                                                                                        
28   APPROPRIATION GENERAL                                                                                                 
29   ITEMS FUND                                                                                                            
30 Ahtna, Inc. - Public Boat 300,000 300,000                                                                               
31  Landing Completion and Property                                                                                    
01  Acquisition (HD 39)                                                                                                
02    * Sec. 22. HOUSE DISTRICT 30. Section 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 12, lines 3 - 4, is                                
03 amended to read:                                                                                                        
04   APPROPRIATION GENERAL                                                                                                 
05   ITEMS FUND                                                                                                            
06 Kenai - Kenai River South and North Beach 1,900,000 1,900,000                                                       
07  Dip Net Access (HD 29)                                                                                                 
08    * Sec. 23. HOUSE DISTRICTS 35 - 36. Section 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 28, lines 8 - 11,                            
09 is amended to read:                                                                                                     
10   APPROPRIATION GENERAL                                                                                                 
11   ITEMS FUND                                                                                                            
12 Ketchikan Gateway Borough - 7,500,000 7,500,000                                                                         
13  [ALASKA] Marine [HIGHWAY                                                                                               
14  SYSTEM] & [NOAA] Moorage                                                                                               
15  Facility (HD 1)                                                                                                      
16    * Sec. 24. OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR. (a) The unexpended and unobligated balances,                                    
17 estimated to be a total of $1,850,000, of the appropriations made in sec. 29, ch. 2, 4SSLA                              
18 2016, as amended by sec. 25(c), ch. 1, TSSLA 2017 (Office of the Governor, Office of the                                
19 Governor to advance state government efficiency efforts and to evaluate the current structure                           
20 and focus of the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, the Alaska Energy Authority, and the                               
21 Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority for the fiscal years ending June 30,                                 
22 2017, June 30, 2018, and June 30, 2019), estimated balance of $750,000, and sec. 25(d), ch. 1,                          
23 TSSLA 2017 (Office of the Governor, Office of the Governor for costs associated with state                              
24 government efficiency efforts and to pursue economic development opportunities for                                      
25 consideration at the state and federal levels for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2018, and                            
26 June 30, 2019), estimated balance of $1,100,000, are reappropriated to the Office of the                                
27 Governor for capital costs related to elections voting system replacement and security and                              
28 renovation and repair of, technology improvements to, and other necessary capital projects                              
29 related to executive branch office buildings and facilities.                                                            
30 (b)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, not to exceed $600,000                                       
31 of the total estimated balance of $650,000, of the following appropriations are reappropriated                          
01 to the Office of the Governor for capital costs related to elections voting system replacement                          
02 and security, renovation and repair of, technology improvements to, and other necessary                                 
03 capital projects related to executive branch office buildings and facilities, and U.S. Census                           
04 complete count:                                                                                                         
05            (1)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 15, line 23 (Office of the Governor,                                     
06 commissions/special offices - $2,457,600);                                                                              
07            (2)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 15, line 28 (Office of the Governor,                                     
08 executive operations - $13,841,000);                                                                                    
09            (3)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 15, line 33, through page 16, line 3 (Office                             
10 of the Governor, Office of the Governor state facilities rent - $1,086,800);                                            
11 (4)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 16, line 7 (Office of the Governor, office of                                       
12 management and budget - $2,566,100); and                                                                                
13 (5)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 16, line 10 (Office of the Governor,                                                
14 elections - $4,252,600).                                                                                                
15 (c)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, not to exceed $50,000 of                                     
16 the total estimated balance of $650,000, of the appropriations listed in (b)(1) - (5) of this                           
17 section are reappropriated to the Office of the Governor for capital costs related to                                   
18 redistricting.                                                                                                          
19 (d)  If the amount available for reappropriation under (b) and (c) of this section is less                              
20 than $650,000, then the reappropriations made in (b) and (c) of this section shall be reduced in                        
21 proportion to the amount of the shortfall.                                                                            
22    * Sec. 25. REAPPROPRIATION OF LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS. The                                                      
23 unexpended and unobligated general fund balances of the following appropriations are                                    
24 reappropriated to the Alaska Legislature, Legislative Council, council and subcommittees, for                           
25 renovation and repair of, technology improvements to, and other necessary projects related to                           
26 legislative buildings and facilities:                                                                                   
27 (1)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 39, line 28 (Alaska Legislature, Budget and                                         
28 Audit Committee - $14,409,300);                                                                                         
29 (2)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 39, line 32 (Alaska Legislature, Legislative                                        
30 Council - $25,605,900);                                                                                                 
31 (3)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 40, line 13 (Alaska Legislature, information                                        
01 and teleconference - $3,183,500);                                                                                       
02            (4)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 40, line 16 (Alaska Legislature, legislative                             
03 operating budget - $20,549,800);                                                                                        
04            (5)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 40, line 21 (Alaska Legislature, House                                   
05 session per diem - $1,303,500); and                                                                                     
06            (6)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 40, line 25 (Alaska Legislature, Senate                                  
07 session per diem - $651,700).                                                                                           
08    * Sec. 26. ALASKA HOUSING CAPITAL CORPORATION. (a) The unexpended and                                              
09 unobligated general fund balances, estimated to be a total of $9,286,780, of the following                              
10 appropriations are reappropriated to the Alaska Housing Capital Corporation account:                                    
11 (1)  sec. 1, ch. 159, SLA 2004, page 34, line 33, and allocated on page 35, lines                                       
12 16 - 17 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                                
13 highway safety grants program - $1,885,000), estimated balance of $3,846;                                               
14 (2)  sec. 4, ch. 3, FSSLA 2005, page 97, lines 20 - 21, and allocated on page                                           
15 98, lines 14 - 16, as amended by sec. 40(f), ch. 18, SLA 2014 (Department of Transportation                             
16 and Public Facilities, Congestion, Mitigation and Safety Initiative, Kenai Peninsula,                                   
17 Kalifornsky Beach Road rehabilitation), estimated balance of $110,262;                                                  
18 (3)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2006, page 41, lines 9 - 11 (Lake and Peninsula                                                
19 Borough, Kokhanok wind generator - $148,000), estimated balance of $29,619;                                             
20 (4)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2006, page 87, lines 19 - 20, as amended by sec.                                               
21 41(d)(17), ch. 38, SLA 2015 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Togiak dust                            
22 and break-up control), estimated balance of $198,361;                                                                   
23 (5)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2006, page 107, line 12, and allocated on page 108,                                            
24 lines 5 - 6 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, transportation initiative,                             
25 Palmer/Wasilla highway improvements - $12,000,000), estimated balance of $324,167;                                      
26 (6)  sec. 4(c), ch. 82, SLA 2006, page 120, lines 26 - 29 (Department of                                                
27 Transportation and Public Facilities, Fairbanks, Yankovich Road/Miller Hill Road, multi-use                             
28 path construction - $1,500,000), estimated balance of $77,797;                                                          
29 (7)  sec. 1, ch. 30, SLA 2007, page 78, lines 27 - 30 (Department of                                                    
30 Transportation and Public Facilities, Knik-Goosebay Road and Vine Road Intersection, traffic                            
31 signal installation - $1,500,000), estimated balance of $81,064;                                                        
01 (8)  sec. 42(i), ch. 30, SLA 2007, as amended by sec. 41(d)(24), ch. 38, SLA                                            
02 2015 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, grinding and repavement of Beaver                             
03 Loop, Gaswell Road, Funny River Road, and Sterling Highway from Mackie Lake                                             
04 intersection to Soldotna), estimated balance of $32,271;                                                                
05 (9)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 159, lines 28 - 29, as amended by sec.                                             
06 35(c), ch. 18, SLA 2014, and sec. 19(b)(1), ch. 1, TSSLA 2017 (Department of Transportation                             
07 and Public Facilities, Trunk Road, phase 1 - $24,000,000), estimated balance of $110,000;                               
08 (10)  sec. 14(l), ch. 14, SLA 2009, as amended by sec. 35(a), ch. 5, FSSLA                                              
09 2011 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, construction of a new Ketchikan                               
10 airport ferry to replace the M/V Bob Ellis, mooring and transfer facility repairs, and M/V Oral                         
11 Freeman construction costs incurred before January 1, 2002 - $4,250,000), estimated balance                             
12 of $1,579;                                                                                                              
13 (11) sec. 1, ch. 15, SLA 2009, page 16, lines 30 - 31, as amended by sec.                                               
14 21(j)(15), ch. 1, TSSLA 2017 (Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, Army Guard                                   
15 facilities projects), estimated balance of $13,836;                                                                     
16 (12)  sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 36, lines 17 - 18, as amended by sec.                                              
17 21(j)(19), ch. 1, TSSLA 2017 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Debarr                                
18 Road school zone), estimated balance of $17,082;                                                                        
19 (13)  sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 36, lines 32 - 33, as amended by secs.                                             
20 38(b) - (m), ch. 16, SLA 2013, and sec. 21(j)(20), ch. 1, TSSLA 2017 (Department of                                     
21 Transportation and Public Facilities, Holt-Lamplight Road repaving), estimated balance of                               
22 $314,329;                                                                                                               
23 (14)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 32, lines 15 - 18 (Hooper Bay, boat                                               
24 harbor landing geotechnical drilling and reconnaissance - $200,000), estimated balance of                               
25 $127,180;                                                                                                               
26 (15)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 64, lines 22 - 25 (Ketchikan Little                                               
27 League, baseball and softball indoor training facility - $200,000), estimated balance of                                
28 $5,508;                                                                                                                 
29 (16)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 89, lines 5 - 7, and allocated on page 90,                                        
30 lines 5 - 8, as amended by sec. 21(j)(48), ch. 1, TSSLA 2017 (Department of Military and                                
31 Veterans Affairs, Military and Veterans' Affairs deferred maintenance projects, Military                                
01 Youth Academy, deferred maintenance, renewal, and replacement), estimated balance of                                    
02 $34,577;                                                                                                                
03 (17)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 89, lines 5 - 7, and allocated on page 90,                                        
04 lines 15 - 17, as amended by sec. 21(j)(50), ch. 1, TSSLA 2017 (Department of Military and                              
05 Veterans Affairs, Military and Veterans' Affairs deferred maintenance projects, Wasilla,                                
06 Alcantra Armory deferred maintenance), estimated balance of $115,760;                                                   
07 (18)  sec. 4, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 135, lines 24 - 25, and allocated on page                                         
08 136, lines 14 - 17 (Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development,                                        
09 Alaska Energy Authority, ARCTEC energy projects, AEA, Quartz Creek to Soldotna                                          
10 transmission maintenance and repair - $5,000,000), estimated balance of $26,678;                                        
11 (19)  sec. 4, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 137, lines 24 - 26, as amended by sec.                                            
12 27(d)(17), ch. 2, 4SSLA 2016, page 45, lines 20 - 23 (Department of Commerce, Community,                                
13 and Economic Development, Alaska Energy Authority, energy generation projects, AEA,                                     
14 Sitka Blue Lake Hydroelectric Project expansion - $28,500,000), estimated balance of                                    
15 $377,499;                                                                                                               
16 (20)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 5, lines 12 - 13 (Department of                                                    
17 Commerce, Community, and Economic Development, community block grants - $6,060,000),                                    
18 estimated balance of $17,378;                                                                                           
19 (21)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 37, lines 4 - 5 (Pilot Point, bulkhead repair                                      
20 - $129,000), estimated balance of $37,005;                                                                              
21 (22)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 42, lines 8 - 11 (Matanuska-Susitna                                                
22 Borough, Talkeetna Public Library and Community Resource Center - $2,800,000), estimated                                
23 balance of $423,029;                                                                                                    
24 (23)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 51, lines 16 - 19 (American Red Cross of                                           
25 Alaska, disaster response communication module - $300,000), estimated balance of $35,660;                               
26 (24)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 62, line 33, through page 63, line 5                                               
27 (Anchorage School District, Lake Hood Elementary School classroom technology -                                          
28 $174,000), estimated balance of $6,936;                                                                                 
29 (25)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 96, lines 24 - 27 (Northern Southeast                                              
30 Regional Aquaculture Association, Haines/Skagway spawning channels - $620,000),                                         
31 estimated balance of $80,536;                                                                                           
01 (26)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 97, lines 5 - 10 (Nuvista Light and Electric                                       
02 Cooperative, Calista Region multiple tri-village services consolidation model - $1,500,000),                            
03 estimated balance of $57,355;                                                                                           
04 (27) sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 134, line 22, and allocated on page 135,                                            
05 lines 9 - 12 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, safety, highway safety                                
06 corridor, Sterling Highway, Sterling to Soldotna widening - $1,730,000), estimated balance of                           
07 $470,934;                                                                                                               
08 (28)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 136, line 30, and allocated on page 137,                                           
09 lines 3 - 4 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, regulatory compliance,                                 
10 emergency and non-routine repairs - $2,000,000), estimated balance of $1,000;                                           
11 (29)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 36, lines 10 - 12 (Anchorage School                                                
12 District, Dimond High School heated sidewalk - $300,000), estimated balance of $69,230;                                 
13 (30)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 70, lines 15 - 17, and allocated on page                                           
14 70, lines 20 - 21 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance,                                  
15 renewal, repair and equipment, Fairbanks Armory deferred maintenance - $320,000),                                       
16 estimated balance of $12,203;                                                                                           
17 (31)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 8, line 33, through page 9, line 3                                                 
18 (Anchorage, Yosemite Drive area drainage and road upgrade - $8,000,000), estimated balance                              
19 of $1,569,195;                                                                                                          
20 (32)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 15, lines 29 - 31 (Palmer, Palmer-Wasilla                                          
21 highway corridor plan U.S. DOT TIGER grant matching funds - $5,000), estimated balance of                               
22 $5,000;                                                                                                                 
23 (33)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 31, lines 22 - 24 (Anchorage School                                                
24 District, Sand Lake Elementary School moveable walls replacement - $80,000), estimated                                  
25 balance of $9,260;                                                                                                      
26 (34)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 35, lines 28 - 30 (Boys and Girls Clubs of                                         
27 the Kenai Peninsula, Nikiski clubhouse youth transportation - $100,000), estimated balance of                           
28 $18,740;                                                                                                                
29 (35)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 41, lines 24 - 27 (Kenai Peninsula                                                 
30 Borough, North Peninsula Recreation Service Area, Nikiski pool tile and drains replacement -                            
31 $190,000), estimated balance of $6,832;                                                                                 
01 (36)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 56, lines 11 - 12, and allocated on page                                           
02 56, lines 15 - 16 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance,                                  
03 renewal, repair and equipment, Fairbanks Armory deferred maintenance - $280,000),                                       
04 estimated balance of $14,261;                                                                                           
05 (37)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 62, lines 28 - 29 (Department of                                                   
06 Transportation and Public Facilities, Chena Small Tracts Road, multi-use path construction -                            
07 $1,000,000), estimated balance of $20,043;                                                                              
08 (38)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 62, lines 31 - 32 (Department of                                                   
09 Transportation and Public Facilities, Pittman Road rehabilitation and resurfacing -                                     
10 $2,000,000), estimated balance of $280,653;                                                                             
11 (39)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 63, line 4, and allocated on page 63, lines                                        
12 7 - 10 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, economic development,                                       
13 Deadhorse airport rescue and fire fighting/snow removal equipment building expansion -                                  
14 $8,618,577), estimated balance of $2,178;                                                                               
15 (40)  sec. 1, ch. 38, SLA 2015, page 4, lines 8 - 9, and allocated on page 4,                                           
16 lines 19 - 20 (Department of Environmental Conservation, municipal water, sewage, and solid                             
17 waste facilities grants (AS 46.03.030), Naknek, sewer relocation and system upgrade -                                   
18 $498,293), estimated balance of $71,996;                                                                                
19 (41)  sec. 21(b), ch. 2, 4SSLA 2016 (Department of Environmental                                                        
20 Conservation, Sitka South Lake and West DeGroff water and sewer replacement), estimated                                 
21 balance of $25,000;                                                                                                     
22 (42)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2018, page 29, line 28 (Department of Public Safety,                                          
23 village public safety officer program - $13,977,400), estimated balance of $2,977,500; and                              
24 (43)  sec. 32, ch. 19, SLA 2018 (Department of Commerce, Community, and                                                 
25 Economic Development for payment as a grant under AS 37.05.315 to the City of Seward for                                
26 hazardous material removal and site remediation at the Jesse Lee Home), estimated balance of                            
27 $1,073,441.                                                                                                             
28 (b)  The unexpended and unobligated balance remaining after the appropriation made                                      
29 in sec. 13(b) of this Act of the appropriation made in sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 122, lines                        
30 19 - 21, and allocated on page 122, line 33, through page 123, line 5, as amended by sec.                               
31 21(j)(67), ch. 1, TSSLA 2017 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred                                    
01 maintenance, renewal, repair and equipment, Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson facilities                                  
02 deferred maintenance) is reappropriated to the Alaska Housing Capital Corporation account.                              
03    * Sec. 27. CONSTITUTIONAL BUDGET RESERVE FUND. (a) (This subsection did not                                        
04 receive the affirmative vote of three-fourths of the members of each house of the legislature                           
05 required by art. IX, sec. 17(c), Constitution of the State of Alaska.)                                                  
06 (b)  The unrestricted interest earned on investment of general fund balances for the                                    
07 fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, is appropriated to the budget reserve fund (art. IX, sec. 17,                         
08 Constitution of the State of Alaska). The appropriation made in this subsection is intended to                          
09 compensate the budget reserve fund (art. IX, sec. 17, Constitution of the State of Alaska) for                          
10 any lost earnings caused by use of the fund's balance to permit expenditure of operating and                            
11 capital appropriations made in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, in anticipation of                                 
12 receiving unrestricted general fund revenue.                                                                            
13 (c)  The appropriations made from the constitutional budget reserve fund in secs. 1 - 6                                 
14 of this Act and (a) of this section are made under art. IX, sec. 17(c), Constitution of the State                       
15 of Alaska.                                                                                                              
16    * Sec. 28. LAPSE. (a) The appropriations made in secs. 1, 4, 11(2), 12(b), 13(a), 15(a), 16,                       
17 17, 24, and 25 of this Act are for capital projects and lapse under AS 37.25.020.                                       
18 (b)  The appropriations made in secs. 11(1), 18, 19, and 26 of this Act are for the                                     
19 capitalization of funds and do not lapse.                                                                               
20 (c)  A grant awarded in this Act to a named recipient under AS 37.05.316 is for a                                       
21 capital project and lapses under AS 37.05.316 unless designated for a specific fiscal year.                             
22    * Sec. 29. RETROACTIVITY. (a) If secs. 4 - 6, 9, 12(a), and 30(a) of this Act take effect                          
23 after May 15, 2019, secs. 4 - 6, 9, 12(a), and 30(a) of this Act are retroactive to May 15, 2019.                       
24 (b)  If secs. 13(a) and (b), 15(a), 16, 17, 18(b), 21 - 26, and 30(d) - (f) of this Act take                            
25 effect after June 30, 2019, secs. 13(a) and (b), 15(a), 16, 17, 18(b), 21 - 26, and 30(d) - (f) of                    
26 this Act are retroactive to June 30, 2019.                                                                              
27 (c)  If secs. 1 - 3, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12(b), 13(c) and (d), 14, 15(b), 18(a), 19, 20, 27, 28, and                          
28 30(b) and (c) of this Act take effect after July 1, 2019, secs. 1 - 3, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12(b), 13(c)                       
29 and (d), 14, 15(b), 18(a), 19, 20, 27, 28, and 30(b) and (c) of this Act are retroactive to July 1,                     
30 2019.                                                                                                                 
31    * Sec. 30. CONTINGENCIES. (a) The appropriations made from the constitutional budget                               
01 reserve fund in secs. 1 - 6 of this Act are contingent on passage by the Thirty-First Alaska                            
02 State Legislature in the First Special Session and enactment into law of the appropriation                              
03 made in sec. 27(a) of this Act.                                                                                         
04       (b)  The appropriation made in sec. 14(a) of this Act is contingent on the number of                              
05 persons committed to the custody of the commissioner of corrections who have been                                       
06 convicted of an offense against the state exceeding 5,130 on or before December 31, 2019.                               
07       (c) The appropriation made in sec. 14(b) of this Act is contingent on the number of                             
08 persons committed to the custody of the commissioner of corrections who have been                                       
09 convicted of an offense against the state exceeding 5,500 on or before March 31, 2020.                                  
10 (d) The appropriation made in sec. 19(b) of this Act is contingent on enactment into                                    
11 law of a version of Senate Bill 37, Thirty-First Alaska State Legislature.                                              
12 (e)  The appropriation made in sec. 24, CCS SSHB 39, Thirty-First Alaska State                                          
13 Legislature, is contingent on the failure of a version of Senate Bill 37, Thirty-First Alaska                           
14 State Legislature, to be enacted into law.                                                                              
15 (f)  The appropriation made in sec. 34(g), CCS SSHB 39, Thirty-First Alaska State                                       
16 Legislature, is contingent on the failure of a version of Senate Bill 37, Thirty-First Alaska                           
17 State Legislature, to be enacted into law.                                                                              
18    * Sec. 31. Sections 4 - 6, 9, 12(a), 29, and 30(a) of this Act take effect May 15, 2019.                           
19    * Sec. 32. Sections 13(a) and (b), 15(a), 16, 17, 18(b), 21 - 26, and 30(d) - (f) of this Act                      
20 take effect June 30, 2019.                                                                                              
21    * Sec. 33. Except as provided in secs. 31 and 32 of this Act, this Act takes effect July 1,                        
22 2019.