Legislature(2009 - 2010)
2010-04-12 House JournalFull Journal pdf
2010-04-12 House Journal Page 2195 HB 365 The following was read the second time: HOUSE BILL NO. 365 "An Act relating to sharing records regarding fish purchased by fish processors with certain federal agencies, to requirements to obtain and maintain a fisheries business license, and to payment of industry fees required of fish processors; and providing for an effective date." 2010-04-12 House Journal Page 2196 with the: Journal Page FSH RPT 3DP 3NR 1762 FN1: ZERO(DFG) 1763 FN2: ZERO(REV) 1763 RES RPT 4DP 1NR 2AM 2165 LETTER OF INTENT WITH RES REPORT 2165 FN1: ZERO(DFG) 2166 FN2: ZERO(REV) 2166 Representative Johansen moved and asked unanimous consent that HB 365 be considered engrossed, advanced to third reading, and placed on final passage. There being no objection, it was so ordered. HB 365 was read the third time. The question being: "Shall HB 365 pass the House?" The roll was taken with the following result: HB 365 Third Reading Final Passage YEAS: 34 NAYS: 0 EXCUSED: 0 ABSENT: 6 Yeas: Austerman, Buch, Chenault, Cissna, Crawford, Dahlstrom, Doogan, Fairclough, N.Foster, Gara, Gardner, Gatto, Gruenberg, Harris, Hawker, Herron, Holmes, Johansen, Joule, Kawasaki, Keller, Kelly, Kerttula, Lynn, Millett, Munoz, Olson, Petersen, Salmon, Stoltze, Thomas, Tuck, P.Wilson, T.Wilson Absent: Edgmon, Guttenberg, Johnson, Neuman, Ramras, Seaton And so, HB 365 passed the House. Representative Johansen moved and asked unanimous consent that the roll call on the passage of the bill be considered the roll call on the effective date clause. There being no objection, it was so ordered. **The presence of Representatives Guttenberg and Edgmon was noted. 2010-04-12 House Journal Page 2197 Representative Millett moved and asked unanimous consent that the House adopt the following letter of intent: "The Alaska Legislature recognizes that passage of provisions in HB 365 is a necessary step to enable a planned permit buyback program in the Southeast Alaska Salmon Seine fishery to move forward. Further, while the Legislature recognizes the value of reducing the number of permits in the Southeast Salmon Seine fishery, it is also concerned that the permit buyback program not remove more permits than necessary for the health and viability of the fishery, nor result in negative economic impacts to the region or state, including diminishment of the economic benefits of the investments that have been made in Southeast Alaska communities. Specifically, the Legislature is passing this legislation with the understanding, and the assurance of the Southeast Revitalization Association, that the permit reduction program the association seeks to undertake for the Southeast Alaska Salmon Seine fishery and to implement through the provisions of this bill will not reduce the number of permits in that fishery to less than 260." There being no objection, it was so ordered. HB 365 was referred to the Chief Clerk for engrossment.