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02/27/2015 03:15 PM House LABOR & COMMERCE

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Heard & Held
Moved HB 116 Out of Committee
         HB 116-EXTEND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD                                                                     
4:16:37 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR  OLSON announced  that  final order  of  business would  be                                                               
HOUSE BILL  NO. 116,  "An Act extending  the termination  date of                                                               
the  Alcoholic  Beverage  Control  Board; and  providing  for  an                                                               
effective date."                                                                                                                
4:17:00 PM                                                                                                                    
LAURA STIDOLPH,  Staff, Representative  Kurt Olson,  Alaska State                                                               
Legislature, on  behalf of  the House  Labor &  Commerce Standing                                                               
Committee, Representative  Kurt Olson,  Chair, presented  HB 116.                                                               
This  bill  would  extend  the  sunset  date  for  the  Alcoholic                                                               
Beverage Control  (ABC Board) to  June 30,  2018.  Each  year the                                                               
Division   of  Legislative   Audit  reviews   state  boards   and                                                               
commissions  to determine  whether they  should be  reestablished                                                               
per AS  24.44.   The Division of  Legislative Audit  reviewed the                                                               
activities  of   the  Alcoholic  Beverage  Control   Board  ("ABC                                                               
Board").  The  purpose of the legislative audit  was to determine                                                               
whether there is  a demonstrated public need for  the ABC Board's                                                               
continued existence and whether it  has been serving the public's                                                               
interest effectively.                                                                                                           
MS.  STIDOLPH reported  that the  board has  resolved all  issues                                                               
found  in prior  audits with  two  being resolved  and one  being                                                               
partially resolved.  She directed  attention to the five findings                                                               
and  recommendations  in  the  most recent  audit.    First,  the                                                               
legislative  auditors recommended  including  having the  board's                                                               
director ensure  that all board  meetings are  properly published                                                               
on  the  state's  online  public  notice  system.    Second,  the                                                               
legislative  auditors recommended  that the  board should  notify                                                               
local  governing  bodies of  applications  for  new and  transfer                                                               
licenses  within 10  days  of receipt.    Third, the  legislative                                                               
auditors  recommended  that  the   board  should  issue  catering                                                               
permits in  accordance with statutory requirements.   Fourth, the                                                               
legislative  auditors recommended  that  the  board should  issue                                                               
recreational  site  licenses  in accordance  with  statutes;  and                                                               
finally,  the legislative  auditors  recommended  that the  board                                                               
should implement  a process to  monitor and track  all complaints                                                               
to ensure they are resolved in a timely manner.                                                                                 
MS.  STIDOLPH reported  that the  Division  of Legislative  Audit                                                               
recommended that  the ABC Board  be extended three years  to June                                                               
30, 2018.   The legislative  auditors serve public's  interest by                                                               
effectively  licensing and  regulating  the manufacture,  barter,                                                               
possession  and  sale  of  alcoholic beverages  in  Alaska.    In                                                               
closing,  she  related the  auditors  found  that the  ABC  Board                                                               
serves an  important role  in guarding the  health and  safety of                                                               
Alaskans by  protecting the general public  through the issuance,                                                               
renewal,  revocation,   and  suspension  of   alcoholic  beverage                                                               
licenses.  The continuation of  this board is very important, she                                                               
4:19:54 PM                                                                                                                    
KRIS  CURTIS, Legislative  Auditor,  Legislative Audit  Division,                                                               
Legislative  Agencies and  Offices,  reported  that the  division                                                               
conducted a sunset  review of the ABC Board and  concluded it was                                                               
serving  the  public  interests;   however,  the  division  noted                                                               
several  operational improvements  were needed  in the  licensing                                                               
and  general administration  of the  board.   She  said that  the                                                               
board is  set to sunset  in June  2015 and the  legislative audit                                                               
recommended a conditional  five-year extension.  At  the time the                                                               
audit was  completed in  May 2014, the  outcome of  the marijuana                                                               
initiative was  not yet  known, so the  audit suggested  a three-                                                               
year  extension, just  in case  the marijuana  initiative passed,                                                               
since  the  initiative  will  significantly  expand  the  board's                                                               
4:20:45 PM                                                                                                                    
MS.  CURTIS  referring  to  page  9  of  the  legislative  audit,                                                               
reviewed  the   recommendations.    She  directed   attention  to                                                               
Recommendation  1, which  recommended that  the board's  director                                                               
ensure  that all  board meetings  are properly  published on  the                                                               
state's online  public notice system.   Three of the  25 meetings                                                               
held were  not publically noticed,  she said.   Second, referring                                                               
to page  10 of the audit,  she said that the  division's auditors                                                               
recommended [Recommendation  2] that the board  should notify any                                                               
local  governing  bodies of  applications  for  new and  transfer                                                               
licenses within 10 days of receipt  as required by statutes.  The                                                               
auditors found  the board did  not notify local  governing bodies                                                               
within  the  required  timeframe  for two  of  the  ten  licenses                                                               
tested.   She  advised that  these  errors were  caused by  board                                                               
staff not adhering to their policies and procedures.                                                                            
4:21:21 PM                                                                                                                    
MS.  CURTIS directed  attention to  audit Recommendation  3, that                                                               
the  board  should  issue catering  permits  in  accordance  with                                                               
statutory  requirements.   The auditors  reviewed four  licensees                                                               
who had received more than  six consecutive catering permits.  Of                                                               
those,  three   of  the  four  were   non-compliant,  which  each                                                               
represent  a statutory  violation since  the permits  were issued                                                               
with  the intention  of serving  alcohol on  a licensed  premises                                                               
during the  regular operation of  the business rather than  for a                                                               
short-term social gathering  or similar event.   The board issued                                                               
the  permits to  ensure  that the  businesses  could continue  to                                                               
4:21:56 PM                                                                                                                    
MS. CURTIS referred  to page 11 to audit  Recommendation 4, which                                                               
recommended that  the board issue  recreational site  licenses in                                                               
accordance with statutory requirements.   She reported that 15 of                                                               
32 recreational site licenses active  during the audit period, or                                                               
40 percent  of the businesses,  did not  meet the criteria  for a                                                               
recreational  site license.  She  explained  that the  ineligible                                                               
businesses included  a sports  center and  pub, an  exercise gym,                                                               
gift  shop, bowling  alleys,  theatres, and  pool  halls.   These                                                               
business  types did  not meet  the definition  of a  recreational                                                               
site nor were  the operations limited to a season.   The issuance                                                               
of these licenses expanded the  number of establishments licensed                                                               
to sell  alcohol over  the number  allowed for  in statute.   She                                                               
stated that  inquiries with board members  revealed that improper                                                               
issuance of  these recreational  site licenses  was caused  by an                                                               
historic  misunderstanding of  what qualifies  as a  recreational                                                               
4:22:55 PM                                                                                                                    
MS.   CURTIS   referred  to   page   12   to  the   final   audit                                                               
recommendation,  Recommendation 5,  that  the  board implement  a                                                               
process to  monitor and track  all complaints and to  ensure that                                                               
they are resolved  in a timely manner.  Although  the board had a                                                               
process  in place3  to receive  complaints, complaints  were only                                                               
tracked if they  resulted in an inspection or  investigation.  If                                                               
the  complaint  was  deemed  invalid,   it  was  not  documented;                                                               
furthermore, the basis for a  decision not to investigate was not                                                               
documented or  maintained.   She stated  that the  board director                                                               
did  not  consider tracking  all  complaints  as necessary  since                                                               
there was  not any  statutory mandate  to do  so.   She concluded                                                               
that the  department and the board  agreed with all of  the audit                                                               
recommendations and submitted a corrective action plan.                                                                         
4:23:35 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  JOSEPHSON, in  terms of  the misunderstanding  on                                                               
Recommendation  4, asked  whether the  board currently  agrees on                                                               
the foregoing interpretation of the statute.                                                                                    
MS. CURTIS  answered that  the division believes  so.   The board                                                               
and department's response  to the audit indicated  that the board                                                               
had operated under guidance from  the assistant attorney general,                                                               
but  the  board has  since  reconsidered  its process,  including                                                               
taking  public  testimony, and  the  board  has  gone back  to  a                                                               
stricter interpretation of statute.                                                                                             
4:24:34 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE JOSEPHSON referred to  a proposed rewrite of Title                                                               
[4] and  to the  stakeholders who  are working on  it.   He asked                                                               
whether this should give the committee  some pause and if it will                                                               
lead to  a shorter extension  given the ABC Board's  shared staff                                                               
with the proposed marijuana board.                                                                                              
MS. CURTIS  answered that the  recommendation for  extension took                                                               
into  consideration  the  results  of the  audit,  including  the                                                               
findings  and  recommendations.    When   the  sunset  audit  was                                                               
completed for the  ABC Board, the division did not  have any idea                                                               
if the  marijuana initiative would  pass.  She  acknowledged that                                                               
the proposed  marijuana board envisioned  sharing staff  with the                                                               
ABC  Board; however,  she  did  not see  a  sunset provision  for                                                               
proposed  marijuana  board.    She  suggested  that  if  the  two                                                               
separate  boards  plan  on  sharing staff,  it  is  possible  the                                                               
extension date  could put the sunset  dates of each board  out of                                                               
synch with one another, which  could result in inefficient use of                                                               
audit resources.                                                                                                                
CHAIR OLSON commented  that as the bill  establishing a marijuana                                                               
board continues to move forward  through the legislative process,                                                               
that he will  work to ensure that it shares  the same sunset date                                                               
as the ABC Board.   He also noted that some  of the Department of                                                               
Commerce,   Community  &   Economic  Development's   occupational                                                               
licensing staff was often shared by boards.                                                                                     
MS. CURTIS agreed.                                                                                                              
4:26:55 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  HUGHES  had questions  on  some  of the  proposed                                                               
changes  to the  Title  4 [alcoholic  beverage]  revisions.   She                                                               
suggested that  three years  still works  for a  proposed sunset.                                                               
She asked whether Ms. Curtis had any comments.                                                                                  
MS. CURTIS  answered that at  the time  the field work  was done,                                                               
which  was  in  late  spring,  the  division  was  aware  of  the                                                               
stakeholders group,  but could  not predict  any outcome  at that                                                               
4:27:34 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE KITO referred to  audit Recommendation 2, in which                                                               
two  meetings did  not have  the  appropriate notice.   He  asked                                                               
whether  there  is  any  cause  for the  state  to  find  out  if                                                               
decisions were made without adequate local involvement.                                                                         
MS.  CURTIS  answered   that  the  division  did   not  find  any                                                               
complaints  made  by the  local  governing  body or  any  outcome                                                               
resulting from the lack of timely noticing.                                                                                     
4:28:36 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE KITO  related her  understanding that  the several                                                               
violations  occurred with  Recommendations  3 and  4.   He  asked                                                               
whether the  violations were  corrected and  if the  permits been                                                               
removed, where appropriate.                                                                                                     
MS.  CURTIS answered  that the  audit  team does  not know  that;                                                               
however, it will be a good question for the department.                                                                         
4:29:00 PM                                                                                                                    
CYNTHIA FRANKLIN, Executive  Director, Alcoholic Beverage Control                                                               
Board  ("ABC   Board"),  Department  of  Commerce,   Community  &                                                               
Economic Development (DCCED) introduced herself.                                                                                
4:29:26 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  KITO  asked  for  further  clarification  on  the                                                               
sunset audit  Recommendations 3  and 4, and  if the  changes have                                                               
been implemented and improper permits have been withdrawn.                                                                      
MS. FRANKLIN answered that with  respect to Recommendation 3, the                                                               
catering permits  were for individual  events that had  been held                                                               
prior to  the audit, that  catering events are held  for specific                                                               
events,  and represent  short-term  permission  in which  sellers                                                               
serve  alcohol.   She  elaborated  that  what happened  with  the                                                               
catering permits  predated her tenure  with the board as  of last                                                               
September.    She related  her  understanding  that there  was  a                                                               
practice during  the liquor license  transfers such that  the new                                                               
licensees  had   the  expectation  of  approval.     During  this                                                               
timeframe  catering   permits  were   issued  that   allowed  the                                                               
establishment  to   continue  to   sell  or  serve   alcohol.  In                                                               
particular,  this occurred  with respect  to stock  transfers, in                                                               
which ownership  of the organization  changed but  the day-to-day                                                               
operations were  not changing.   She said the agency  was issuing                                                               
catering  permit to  allow for  "non-interruption" of  service in                                                               
the license;  however, it  was determined  to violate  the permit                                                               
statute.    She  reported  that the  practice  had  already  been                                                               
discontinued  by September  2014,  and the  ABC  Board does  have                                                               
safeguards in place to check  all catering permits to ensure that                                                               
the  activity is  not happening.    She said  that involves  some                                                               
coordination  between  the  licensing and  enforcement  sections,                                                               
which  was  not  previously  occurring.   She  stated  that  this                                                               
practice has ceased.                                                                                                            
4:31:43 PM                                                                                                                    
MS. FRANKLIN  said it is  a little  more complicated in  terms of                                                               
the  recreational  site  licenses.   She  explained  that  liquor                                                               
licenses  were  issued to  businesses  that  did not  technically                                                               
qualify  for   recreational  site  licenses.     For  example,  a                                                               
recreational site  license was  issued to  the Alaska  Club South                                                               
location.   However, the  facility is a  gym that  operates every                                                               
day and does not qualify for an  event.  Since they have a liquor                                                               
license, the  ABC Board will  not be  able to review  the license                                                               
until renewal.   However, the board is very  aware it overstepped                                                               
its bounds  in issuing that  and several other  recreational site                                                               
licenses.  She anticipated that  the issue will be addressed when                                                               
these licenses come up for renewal.                                                                                             
4:32:46 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE   KITO   asked   whether  provisions   allow   for                                                               
transition  of facilities.   He  related  his understanding  that                                                               
gaps could exist when transferring  ownership and there is a gap;                                                               
however,   he   asked   whether  another   method   for   issuing                                                               
transitional licenses exists.                                                                                                   
MS.  FRANKLIN answered  not really.   She  characterized this  as                                                               
being  "chicken and  egg" problem  in terms  of stock  transfers,                                                               
depending  on   the  individual   transfer.    For   example,  in                                                               
Anchorage, a beverage license dispensary  license was sold by the                                                               
Sourdough  Mining  Company  to   the  Texas  Roadhouse  with  the                                                               
intention  that  Sourdough  Mining  Company  would  come  in  and                                                               
acquire a restaurant eating place  license that would allow it to                                                               
continue selling beer and wine  with meals.  However, this effort                                                               
requires engaging in  careful planning, and had  he applied ahead                                                               
of  time,  nothing would  have  prevented  approval or  a  smooth                                                               
transition when he sold his  beverage dispensary license.  Due to                                                               
the   way  the   business  transition   occurred,  the   beverage                                                               
dispensary  license was  sold, followed  by an  application being                                                               
submitted for  a restaurant eating place  license.  It led  to an                                                               
interruption in alcohol service  at Sourdough Mining Company, she                                                               
said;  however,  if  the  person  seeking  transfers  could  have                                                               
planned better.                                                                                                                 
4:35:02 PM                                                                                                                    
MS. FRANKLIN stated  that the ABC Board works  to accommodate its                                                               
licensees.  In  this instance the statutes did  not authorize the                                                               
board to  issue catering permits  to Sourdough Mining  Company so                                                               
it could  continue to  serve alcohol to  its customers  while the                                                               
business obtained  its other license.   Although the  board works                                                               
to  assist its  licensees, in  some instances  it is  out of  the                                                               
board's control if licensees wait too long to apply.                                                                            
4:35:44 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE   KITO,   referencing  audit   Recommendation   4,                                                               
expressed  concern   that  some   facilities  may   be  operating                                                               
illegally if they received their  permits in error.  He expressed                                                               
further  concern  that  some  operators  should  have  sought  an                                                               
alcoholic  beverage  license,  but  now  have  recreational  site                                                               
licenses,  especially since  these  establishments  may not  have                                                               
been granted a license.                                                                                                         
MS. FRANKLIN responded that she  did not believe these facilities                                                               
are  operating  in  violation  of the  law  since  the  operators                                                               
legally obtained their  licenses from the ABC Board.   She agreed                                                               
with the audit  finding that the definition  of recreational site                                                               
license had been stretched beyond  its original intent.  However,                                                               
those  decisions  were  apparently  made  upon  advice  of  legal                                                               
counsel.    She did  not  think  anyone  could argue  that  those                                                               
licensed establishments were operating  in violation of the state                                                               
law, in  particular, since they obtained  their licenses lawfully                                                               
with local  approval and  other approval  that must  occur before                                                               
the  licenses  are issued.    Further,  after the  licenses  were                                                               
issued,  the ABC  Board  received an  opinion  from the  auditing                                                               
agency  that  the  licenses "stretched  the  boundaries"  of  the                                                               
statutory definition  of what  would have  been allowed,  but she                                                               
did not believe that statement would invalidate the licenses.                                                                   
4:37:52 PM                                                                                                                    
MS. FRANKLIN understood his concern  and said the board will take                                                               
up those individually as they come  up for renewal.  In addition,                                                               
this agency also changed departments  during the audit period and                                                               
the assistant attorney  general changed, as well.   Thus, the ABC                                                               
Board has  a fresh  outlook on  this statute.   She said  she has                                                               
faith that the  licenses in question will  ultimately be strictly                                                               
reviewed  during the  renewal process,  which occurs  every other                                                               
4:38:51 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE COLVER directed attention to  the fiscal note.  He                                                               
said that the  FY 16 budget is $3.35 million,  with a fund source                                                               
of $1.575 million  in general fund monies  and approximately $1.8                                                               
million in  program receipts.  He  said he was interested  in the                                                               
program  receipts from  the industry  and  how much  goes to  the                                                               
general  treasury.   He  acknowledged that  a  number of  alcohol                                                               
taxes also  generate revenue  and he was  also interested  in the                                                               
tax collections.                                                                                                                
MS. FRANKLIN answered  that she doesn't have the  tax receipts on                                                               
hand.    She  agreed  that  the receipts  for  fees  for  alcohol                                                               
licensing are reflected in the  fiscal note, which includes money                                                               
for  agency as  expanded.   In November,  with passage  of ballot                                                               
measure 2,  the agency scope  has expanded to  include marijuana.                                                               
What is  not reflected in the  fiscal note would be  the receipts                                                               
from the proposed  licensees since the ABC Board is  not sure how                                                               
many  licenses will  be issued  or  the amount  of the  potential                                                               
receipts.   Thus more funds are  reflected in the budget  for the                                                               
first  year of  marijuana  licensing, but  it  isn't possible  to                                                               
project  receipts until  the licenses  issued, which  is a  first                                                               
year problem for the agency.                                                                                                    
4:41:48 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE COLVER said he did  not have access to last year's                                                               
information  so  he  cannot  compare  the  board's  budget.    He                                                               
surmised  that the  $1.575 million  is being  charged off  to new                                                               
regulations.   He asked  whether Ms.  Franklin could  provide the                                                               
committee with  how much of  the funding  is to regulate  the new                                                               
industry and the agency budget.                                                                                                 
MS. FRANKLIN answered  that the ABC Board FY 15  budget was $1.75                                                               
million and  the FY  16 budget for  regulating the  new substance                                                               
includes  a  large  one-time  appropriation  for  a  database  to                                                               
replace  the  current  paper-based  agency.   Thus  far  she  has                                                               
received a substantial  number of questions and  demand for data.                                                               
The fiscal note includes $500,000  for a database.  She explained                                                               
that  the budget  doesn't double  since  it does  not double  the                                                               
agency,  but proposes  to  add  six employees  through  an FY  15                                                               
supplemental budget  and FY  16 budget  request. She  stated that                                                               
the agency budget would expand  from 10 to 16 statewide positions                                                               
to regulate  the substances.   She clarified  that it  appears to                                                               
mirror  the  budget since  it  has  a  one-time expense  for  the                                                               
4:44:10 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE COLVER  referred to the  fiscal note for  FY 17-FY                                                               
19  seems to  show the  same increment,  which doesn't  reflect a                                                               
one-time  database upgrade.   He  suggested that  he may  wish to                                                               
tweak the out years.                                                                                                            
MS. FRANKLIN agreed.                                                                                                            
4:44:44 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE HUGHES referred to  the proposed Title 4 revisions                                                               
and  asked  for  further  clarification  on  how  the  three-year                                                               
extensions might impact the ABC Board.                                                                                          
4:45:21 PM                                                                                                                    
MS. FRANKLIN offered her belief  that the three-year extension is                                                               
a good  plan.  She explained  that the Title 4  revisions will be                                                               
introduced by  Senator Micciche [by the  Senate Rules Committee].                                                               
She reported that  the group has finished its work.   In response                                                               
to earlier  questions, she  stated that no  work went  beyond the                                                               
auditor's   findings   regarding   these  specific   issues,   in                                                               
particular,  the permit  issues.   She suggested  that the  board                                                               
needs  to stick  to the  strict statutory  interpretations.   She                                                               
emphasized the  stakeholders' intention  that the  board strictly                                                               
follow the statutes  when issuing the two types of  permits.  She                                                               
stated  that the  revisions to  Title  4 are  very expensive  but                                                               
since the two-board one agency set  up is reflected in SB 60 [and                                                               
HB 123], she thought a three-year timeline will be appropriate.                                                                 
4:47:00 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  JOSEPHSON  asked  for  further  clarification  on                                                               
whether the stakeholders group was  a balanced membership and for                                                               
the groups that were represented.                                                                                               
MS.  FRANKLIN answered  that the  Title 4  stakeholder group  was                                                               
balanced  with   multiple  representatives  from   public  health                                                               
sector, including that many of  the subcommittee chairs were from                                                               
the  health   sector.    She   reported  that  L.   Diane  Casto,                                                               
[Behavioral  Health],  Department  of Health  &  Social  Services                                                               
chaired  the  underage  drinking subcommittee  and  Jess  Jessee,                                                               
Executive  Director,  Alaska  Mental Health  Trust,  chaired  the                                                               
licensing  subcommittee.    Bob   Klein,  Chair,  ABC  Boar,  and                                                               
[Aleesha  Towns-Bain] of  the Rasmuson  Foundation served  on the                                                               
steering committee.  She said  that the stakeholders consisted of                                                               
representatives from  every sector of liquor  industry, including                                                               
manufacturers,   breweries,  retail   package  stores,   bar  and                                                               
restaurant eating  places.  In  addition, the group  consisted of                                                               
numerous   municipal    members   providing    local   government                                                               
representation.    She stated  that  the  group issued  a  report                                                               
["entitled  Alaska  Title  4  Review  for  the  Alaska  Alcoholic                                                               
Beverage  Control Board  dated November  2014].   She offered  to                                                               
share the  report with the  committee, which also lists  the [70]                                                               
participants, as well as a  PowerPoint that shows the composition                                                               
of each  subcommittee.   She stated  that the  Title 4  group has                                                               
done  substantial  work  since  May 2012,  noting  that  as  some                                                               
members  dropped  off,  others  joined.   She  characterized  the                                                               
entire process as being a fairly incredible process.                                                                            
4:49:27 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR OLSON,  after first determining  no one wished  to testify,                                                               
closed public testimony on HB 116.                                                                                              
4:49:48 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  JOSEPHSON remarked  that it  is evident  that the                                                               
Alcoholic  Beverage Control  Board (ABC  Board) will  exist.   He                                                               
said he  has heard that  Ms. Franklin is doing  a great job.   He                                                               
recommended the committee move the bill out of committee.                                                                       
4:50:14 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE HUGHES  moved to  report HB  116 out  of committee                                                               
with  individual  recommendations  and  the  accompanying  fiscal                                                               
notes.   There being no objection,  HB 116 was reported  from the                                                               
House Labor and Commerce Standing Committee.                                                                                    

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HB32 verA .pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Sponsor Statement.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Sectional Analysis.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Fiscal Note-DOLWD-WC-02-21-15.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Fiscal Note-DOA-DRM-02-20-15.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Supporting Documents-2013 DPS Prescription Drug Statistics.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Supporting Documents-AKDrug Overdose Deaths 2008-12.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Supporting Documents-Health Partners Opiate Drug Screens.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Supporting Documents-Letter NFIB 02-13-2015.PDF HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Supporting Documents-Letter PCI 02-3-2015.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Supporting Documents-Report Lockton & Associates 08-2012.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Supporting Documents-Report Workers Compensation 2012 Issues Report by Joseph Paduda.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB32 Supporting Documents-Letter AK State Chamber 02-26-2015.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 32
HB116 ver A.PDF HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 116
HB116 Sponsor Statement.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 116
HB116 Fiscal Note-DCCED-ABC-02-20-15.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 116
HB116 Supporting Documents-Legislative Audit 05-30-14.pdf HL&C 2/27/2015 3:15:00 PM
HB 116