Legislature(2017 - 2018)GRUENBERG 120

04/18/2017 03:00 PM House STATE AFFAIRS

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        HB 224-REEMPLOYMENT OF RETIRED TEACHERS & ADMIN                                                                     
4:06:58 PM                                                                                                                    
CHAIR KREISS-TOMKINS  announced that the final  order of business                                                               
would be HOUSE BILL NO. 224,  "An Act relating to reemployment of                                                               
persons who retire under the teachers' retirement system."                                                                      
4:07:40 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  JENNIFER JOHNSTON,  Alaska State  Legislature, as                                                               
prime  sponsor of  HB 224,  stated  that Alaska  has many  budget                                                               
challenges  and  has  challenges   in  recruiting  and  retaining                                                               
qualified teachers in  the rural areas.  She said  that even with                                                               
the  University of  Alaska Anchorage  (UAA) graduating  qualified                                                               
teachers, there  is still a  teacher shortage; and  districts are                                                               
struggling every year to fill the positions.                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE JOHNSTON  relayed that  HB 224 would  allow school                                                               
districts  to rehire  retired educators  to work  as contractors,                                                               
which  would  offer savings  to  the  district.   Under  HB  224,                                                               
educators younger  than age 62 may  be rehired after one  year of                                                               
retirement;  educators age  62  and older  may  be rehired  after                                                               
three months  of retirement.   If the  school district  uses this                                                               
tool, it must  contribute [12.6] percent salary  base rate toward                                                               
paying down  the unfunded  liability of the  pension fund  of the                                                               
Teachers'  Retirement  System  (TRS)  but won't  be  required  to                                                               
contribute other costs beyond the salary.                                                                                       
REPRESENTATIVE JOHNSTON  maintained that the two  benefits of the                                                               
proposed legislation are  cost savings and expanding  the pool of                                                               
qualified teachers.   She added  that it also might  provide some                                                               
mentorship within school districts.                                                                                             
4:09:18 PM                                                                                                                    
ROBERT  ERVINE, Staff,  Representative Jennifer  Johnston, Alaska                                                               
State Legislature,  on behalf  of Representative  Johnston, prime                                                               
sponsor of HB  224, stated that Section 1 of  HB 224 would modify                                                               
the terms  of the teacher  employment and tenure to  allow school                                                               
districts to rehire educators who  have retired under the defined                                                               
benefit plan or  the defined contribution plan - Tier  II or Tier                                                               
III.   Section 1 clarifies  that if  an educator is  younger than                                                               
age 62, he/she  must be retired for a year  before being rehired,                                                               
or if  age 62 or older,  must be retired for  three months before                                                               
being  rehired.    Section  1 also  would  require  employers  to                                                               
contribute to TRS for reemployed educators.                                                                                     
MR. ERVINE  relayed that Section  2 would allow for  retirees who                                                               
are rehired,  as permitted by  Section 1, to continue  to receive                                                               
their retirement benefits during the period of reemployment.                                                                    
MR.  ERVINE  said  that  Section  3  would  ensure  that  retired                                                               
teachers who are rehired don't  accrue more benefits.  He relayed                                                               
that Section  4 would  clarify in the  TRS statutes  that members                                                               
will continue  to receive benefits,  and deductions for  TRS will                                                               
not come  from their salaries but  from the school district  in a                                                               
separate  payment.    Section  4   also  states  that  reemployed                                                               
educators   will  not   receive   credited   time  during   their                                                               
MR.  ERVINE stated  that  Section 5  would  further clarify  that                                                               
school districts  will have to contribute  to TRS.  He  said that                                                               
Section 6  would apply the provision  of HB 224 to  the contracts                                                               
that are made.                                                                                                                  
4:11:12 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE WOOL summarized:   a retired teacher  goes back to                                                               
work; he/she  still collects retirement; and  the school district                                                               
pays into  the TRS fund,  but the rehired  teacher does not.   He                                                               
asked if normally a teacher pays into the fund.                                                                                 
REPRESENTATIVE  JOHNSTON responded  that  with both  TRS and  the                                                               
Public  Employees' Retirement  System (PERS),  the public  agency                                                               
employer pays  an assessed fee.   The fee for teachers  is [12.6]                                                               
percent of the  salary base, which is  both defined contributions                                                               
and  contributing  contributions.    She said  that  the  rehired                                                               
teacher would  be part  of that  salary base.   The fee  for PERS                                                               
employees is 22 percent of the salary base.                                                                                     
REPRESENTATIVE  WOOL  asked  if  there would  be  any  difference                                                               
between the  contribution levels  of the rehired  retired teacher                                                               
and the  regular teacher.  He  stated that he would  like to know                                                               
what the difference  would be between the two teachers  as far as                                                               
TRS is concerned.                                                                                                               
MR. ERVINE answered  that there would be no  difference; it would                                                               
be the same contribution level.                                                                                                 
4:12:57 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE LEDOUX  referred to  the "cost  savings" mentioned                                                               
in  the sponsor  statement  [included in  the committee  packet].                                                               
She asked,  if the  contributions are at  the same  level, "where                                                               
are the cost savings coming from?"                                                                                              
REPRESENTATIVE JOHNSTON  replied that the retired  employee would                                                               
continue  to receive  health  care and  other  benefits from  the                                                               
retirement  system.   She  maintained  that  the school  district                                                               
might not have to  pay as much to hire the  retired teacher as it                                                               
would a teacher without health  care benefits or other retirement                                                               
REPRESENTATIVE LEDOUX asked if the  school district would have to                                                               
pay into TRS for the rehired retired teacher.                                                                                   
REPRESENTATIVE  JOHNSTON explained  that when  PERS and  TRS were                                                               
changed in  2008, the  whole base salary  for the  hiring entity,                                                               
such as  a municipality  or a school  district, was  assessed for                                                               
the  amount  that the  entity  must  pay towards  the  retirement                                                               
system  - 22  percent  [for PERS,  12.6 percent  for  TRS].   The                                                               
rehired  retired  teacher would  be  part  of that  salary  base;                                                               
therefore, the  entity would be  paying for the  teacher's salary                                                               
as it's "prorated out towards the pension."                                                                                     
REPRESENTATIVE  LEDOUX asked  for the  source of  savings if  the                                                               
school  district  is paying  into  the  retirement system.    She                                                               
conceded  that  savings  are  not   necessarily  needed  for  the                                                               
proposed legislation to make sense.                                                                                             
REPRESENTATIVE  JOHNSTON  responded  that the  principle  savings                                                               
would be derived  from the teacher not requiring  the health care                                                               
benefits  that other  teachers would  require.   She agreed  that                                                               
satisfying  the need  for  teachers may  be  more important  than                                                               
saving  money under  the proposed  legislation.   She  maintained                                                               
that the intent of HB 224 is to enlarge the pool of teachers.                                                                   
REPRESENTATIVE  LEDOUX  offered a  scenario:    Two teachers  are                                                               
being considered for  hire; each would be paid  $50,000 per year.                                                               
One  teacher is  a retired  teacher  wanting to  be rehired;  the                                                               
other teacher  is a  new teacher.   Representative  LeDoux asked,                                                               
"Can you explain to me how it would work for each one?"                                                                         
REPRESENTATIVE  JOHNSTON replied  that  for the  new hire,  there                                                               
would be  encumbered costs  - a health  care plan,  payments into                                                               
the retirement system, and continuing education incentives.                                                                     
4:17:20 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  LEDOUX asked  what Representative  Johnston means                                                               
by "encumbered costs."                                                                                                          
REPRESENTATIVE JOHNSTON  replied that the benefits  that a person                                                               
receives along  with his/her salary  is what she is  referring to                                                               
as encumbered costs.                                                                                                            
REPRESENTATIVE JOHNSTON explained that  the rehired teacher would                                                               
not necessarily need  the health care benefits  or the continuing                                                               
education incentives;  the only  additional expense would  be the                                                               
salary base formula going into the pension fund.                                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  LEDOUX summarized  by saying  the rehire  doesn't                                                               
have as many encumbered costs.                                                                                                  
REPRESENTATIVE  JOHNSTON concurred,  but  reminded the  committee                                                               
that the  most important  aspect of  the proposed  legislation is                                                               
not cost savings but addressing  the teacher shortage by allowing                                                               
school districts access to a larger teacher pool.                                                                               
4:19:26 PM                                                                                                                    
LISA PARADY,  PhD, Executive Director,  Alaska Council  of School                                                               
Administrators  (ACSA),   testified  that  she   is  representing                                                               
superintendents,  secondary  and  elementary  school  principals,                                                               
school   business   officials,    and   other   school   district                                                               
administrators.    In  response  to  Representative  LeDoux,  she                                                               
stated that  the proposed legislation  is focused on  "supply and                                                               
demand" - trying to increase the  teacher pool.  She relayed that                                                               
the  retiree would  be rehired  in an  "at-will" situation.   She                                                               
maintained  that  one  can  be  retired from  any  state  in  the                                                               
country,  come  to  Alaska,  and  be  employed  as  an  educator;                                                               
Alaska's own retired teachers are prohibited from doing so.                                                                     
DR.  PARADY maintained  that the  intent of  HB 224  is to  allow                                                               
retired  teachers  to  be  employed  under  an  at-will  contract                                                               
without impacting their retirement benefits.   She stated that in                                                               
a  compromise  with  the   Department  of  Administration  (DOA),                                                               
included in the proposed legislation  is the requirement that the                                                               
districts pay the  12.6 percent employer contribution  to TRS, as                                                               
they would  with a  non-retired employee.   She relayed  that the                                                               
rehired  retiree   would  be  under  contract   with  the  school                                                               
district, and  the legislature  would not  be involved  with that                                                               
DR.  PARADY suggested  there  may  be cost  savings  if a  school                                                               
district negotiated a lower salary  with the employee than he/she                                                               
received  before retirement.   She  reiterated that  the employee                                                               
would not be availing themselves  of the benefits offered through                                                               
the school district, because  his/her [retirement] benefits would                                                               
be  intact.   She  offered  that  the  school district  would  be                                                               
willing to  pay the  additional amount to  TRS because  it needed                                                               
the employee;  the employee would  not pay into TRS  because they                                                               
would be an independent at-will  employee under contract with the                                                               
district.   She added  that the  district might  decide to  pay a                                                               
greater salary  for a "high  need" position  - such as  a special                                                               
education teacher  - but less  for a  teacher in a  position that                                                               
the school  district decided was  of lesser  value to them.   She                                                               
reiterated that  the intent  of the  proposed legislation  is not                                                               
cost savings but the teacher shortage crisis.                                                                                   
REPRESENTATIVE LEDOUX asked  why a teacher would  retire, then go                                                               
back to work.                                                                                                                   
4:23:42 PM                                                                                                                    
DR.  PARADY  replied  that  the  proposed  legislation  does  not                                                               
address  the retiree's  intent.    HB 224  would  allow a  school                                                               
district to avail itself of the  services of a retired person if,                                                               
in  fact, there  is someone  available  who is  willing to  work;                                                               
currently a  retired teacher  is prohibited from  doing so.   She                                                               
maintained  that  the  proposed   legislation  would  provide  an                                                               
additional   tool  to   school   districts;  it   is  not   about                                                               
incentivizing  someone  to  retire  or  not  to  retire.    If  a                                                               
community  has  retired educators  and  the  school district  has                                                               
trouble  filling a  teaching  position, HB  224  would allow  the                                                               
school district to  hire a retired educator who  is familiar with                                                               
both Alaska students and the state and is willing to teach.                                                                     
DR.  PARADY  reviewed  for  the  committee  the  history  of  the                                                               
provision under  the proposed legislation.   Previous legislation                                                               
with  this  provision  was  in existence  starting  in  2001  and                                                               
sunsetting  in  2009.    At  the point  of  sunset,  the  teacher                                                               
shortage  was reaching  a crisis  level.   She  relayed that  DOA                                                               
reported  that 325  retired teachers  were rehired  from 2001  to                                                               
2010,  and  because the  teachers  were  counted each  year,  the                                                               
actual number of teachers rehired may  have been much lower.  She                                                               
relayed that the average period  of reemployment was 18.7 months;                                                               
the shortest period  3 months; and the longest  period 46 months.                                                               
The  employer employing  the largest  number of  retired teachers                                                               
was  the Lower  Kuskokwim School  District (LKSD);  and the  most                                                               
employed in  one year was  181.   She reported that  the position                                                               
with  the highest  number of  rehires  was "teacher"  at 149;  18                                                               
superintendents;  22 principals;  45 special  education teachers;                                                               
and 12 psychologists.                                                                                                           
DR.  PARADY   referred  to  Slide   3  of  the   ACSA  PowerPoint                                                               
presentation handout and relayed  that Alaska is "working against                                                               
a backdrop of  a teacher shortage nationally."   She offered that                                                               
the Alaska  Teacher Placement (ATP) center  [University of Alaska                                                               
Fairbanks (UAF)]  currently lists 602 openings;  there were about                                                               
700 vacancies at the  start of the year.  At  last year's ATP job                                                               
fair, 35  school districts participated with  185 school district                                                               
personnel  in attendance,  and there  were  265 candidates;  this                                                               
year there  were 212 candidates at  the job fair.   She said that                                                               
historically the  ATP job fair  attracts hundreds of  people from                                                               
all over the country, but  now the applicant pools are shrinking.                                                               
She mentioned that  currently there are 250  teaching jobs listed                                                               
and  given that  school districts  have been  actively recruiting                                                               
for  the   past  three  months,   the  number  of   vacancies  is                                                               
staggeringly high  for Alaska.   She stated that in  Alaska, many                                                               
of the  school districts have  started the school  year unstaffed                                                               
and remain  so.  She  added that this  is common in  rural school                                                               
districts where  the turnover  is high  but historically  has not                                                               
been common in the urban school districts.                                                                                      
DR. PARADY relayed  that there are about 100  positions that were                                                               
not  filled, which  means they  are  being filled  with anyone  -                                                               
substitutes and paraprofessionals  - just to fill the  gaps.  She                                                               
referred to Slide  4 and mentioned that the  University of Alaska                                                               
[UA]  pipelines  teachers  into Alaska  teaching  positions,  but                                                               
there are  not enough teachers to  fill the void.   She said that                                                               
the UA  Colleges and  Schools of Education  produce about  200 to                                                               
250  new teachers  per  year, which  is not  enough  to fill  the                                                               
existing gap.  She relayed that  UA President [Jim] Johnsen has a                                                               
goal of UA  preparing 90 percent of the annual  hired teachers by                                                               
2025.   It  is an  ambitious goal  which ACSA  supports, but  she                                                               
maintained that the  shortage needs to be addressed  now, and the                                                               
proposed legislation may  help to alleviate the gap  until the UA                                                               
Strategic Pathways initiative produces results.                                                                                 
4:29:56 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  LEDOUX  asked  what  the rationale  was  for  not                                                               
allowing the school districts to hire retired teachers.                                                                         
DR. PARADY responded that she  did not know the specific reasons;                                                               
she  conjectured it  was  related  to the  state  not wanting  to                                                               
interfere with the retirement system.   She maintained that under                                                               
the current  staffing crisis,  putting Alaska's  retired teachers                                                               
on equal footing  with all other retired teachers  in the country                                                               
and  allowing Alaska's  retired teachers  to  be in  the pool  of                                                               
applicants balances out that concern.   She maintained that there                                                               
are safeguards included  in the proposed legislation:   the delay                                                               
period before rehiring  and the age consideration.   She referred                                                               
to Slide 12, which states that  rural and remote schools have the                                                               
highest  turnover rate  of principals  and teachers.   The  slide                                                               
illustrates  the  urban  rural   comparisons:    urban  principal                                                               
turnover is  21 percent;  urban teacher  turnover is  14 percent;                                                               
rural remote principal  turnover is 32 percent;  and rural remote                                                               
teacher  turnover  is   31  percent.    She   said  that  student                                                               
achievement depends on hiring high quality teachers.                                                                            
4:33:40 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  WOOL asked  how long  an educator  must work  and                                                               
what  age an  educator  must  be to  retire  with  benefits.   He                                                               
relayed that  Alaska is  having a hard  time filling  trooper and                                                               
Village Public  Safety Officer (VPSA)  positions, and  Alaska has                                                               
the highest  unemployment rate in  the country.  He  asked, "What                                                               
gives?"   He  asked if  it is  just in  salary and  benefits that                                                               
Alaska  is unable  to compete  with other  states.   He mentioned                                                               
that  Alaska  historically  "outperformed" other  states  in  the                                                               
salary and benefits it offered.                                                                                                 
DR. PARADY  answered, "That absolutely  is a consideration.   She                                                               
related that  there is  a national  shortage of  teachers because                                                               
people are  not choosing education  as a profession.   Alaska has                                                               
lost  competitiveness;  it used  to  lead  the country  with  its                                                               
salary and benefit package; and it has lost that momentum.                                                                      
4:35:41 PM                                                                                                                    
NORM  WOOTEN, Executive  Director, Alaska  Association of  School                                                               
Boards  (AASB),  stated  that the  previous  retire  rehire  bill                                                               
[House Bill 161, passed into  law during the Twenty-Fourth Alaska                                                               
State Legislature,  2005-2006] was for employees  working under a                                                               
waiver  for  hard  to  fill  positions,  which  included  special                                                               
education  teachers  and   secondary  education  mathematics  and                                                               
science teachers.   Generally elementary positions  are easier to                                                               
fill because there are more elementary teachers.                                                                                
MR. WOOTEN maintained  that when the sunset clause  of House Bill                                                               
161  went into  effect  in  2009, AASB  adopted  a resolution  in                                                               
support  of  continuing  the program  and  continues  to  support                                                               
retire rehire  to this day.   He  relayed that the  retire rehire                                                               
program was  initiated for good  reasons, and the  primary reason                                                               
was  to fill  the  positions that  are difficult  to  fill.   The                                                               
conditions of teacher shortage in  Alaska still exist despite the                                                               
arbitrary deadline of the sunset clause.                                                                                        
MR. WOOTEN  testified that the  irony of Alaska's  prohibition is                                                               
that a  teacher can retire  in any  other state, come  to Alaska,                                                               
and  be hired  as  a teacher;  however,  Alaska retired  teachers                                                               
wanting  to teach  again in  Alaska cannot  do so.   Some  people                                                               
"fail"  at  retirement;  and  he  is an  example  of  that.    He                                                               
maintained that  many people  go back  to work  after retirement,                                                               
because  they feel  like they  made a  mistake by  retiring.   He                                                               
reiterated  that Alaska  school  districts need  the services  of                                                               
these retired teachers.                                                                                                         
REPRESENTATIVE  LEDOUX  pointed  out that  the  provisions  under                                                               
House Bill 161  expired in 2009, and  it is now 2017.   She asked                                                               
if  there have  been  efforts made  in  previous legislatures  to                                                               
reinstitute the retire rehire program.                                                                                          
MR. WOOTEN responded  yes.  The AASB has worked  hard to get this                                                               
accomplished, and  "this is the  first time we've gotten  it this                                                               
far ...."                                                                                                                       
4:38:53 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE WOOL  presented a  scenario: A teacher  retires at                                                               
the  time  he/she is  eligible  to  retire; the  teacher  decides                                                               
he/she  wants to  go back  to  teaching after  being retired  six                                                               
months;  he/she negotiates  a contract  with the  school district                                                               
possibly at a  lower pay level; he/she receives  a teacher salary                                                               
and a retirement check, therefore,  makes more money than another                                                               
teacher.    He asked  if  that  would be  a  problem  and if  the                                                               
additional teaching  time would increase the  retirement payments                                                               
when the teacher retires fully.                                                                                                 
MR.  WOOTEN replied  that the  decision to  retire is  a personal                                                               
choice.  He  maintained that when he retired from  his first job,                                                               
he was hired back as a  contractor; therefore, he was getting two                                                               
salaries  - a  contractor salary  and a  retirement salary  - and                                                               
other workers were not getting  two salaries.  He maintained that                                                               
it is a decision that everyone faces  - to stay at his/her job or                                                               
REPRESENTATIVE WOOL  conceded that  as a  contractor, one  is not                                                               
getting all the benefits that employees receive.                                                                                
MR. WOOTEN  answered, that's correct.   He said that  he received                                                               
no benefits when he returned to work as a contractor.                                                                           
REPRESENTATIVE  WOOL  asked  if  a returning  teacher  would  get                                                               
benefits, since he/she  would come back as an employee.   He also                                                               
asked if  that additional work  would enhance  his/her retirement                                                               
MR.  WOODEN expressed  that he  is not  qualified to  answer that                                                               
4:42:13 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE TUCK  pointed out  that a returning  retiree would                                                               
be  exempt from  any collective  bargaining agreements.   Someone                                                               
coming from another state would not  be exempt but would be under                                                               
a  collective bargaining  agreement.   He asked  if there  is any                                                               
reason Alaska  would not want employees  working under collective                                                               
bargaining agreements.                                                                                                          
MR. WOOTEN  responded that when  school districts have  a choice,                                                               
they   prefer   long-term   employees;   the   current   proposed                                                               
legislation  is a  stopgap measure  to employ  people in  hard to                                                               
fill positions.  He said a  school district is not going to staff                                                               
its  entire  school  with contracted  retired  teachers,  because                                                               
these teachers  are temporary; they  are not  permanent employees                                                               
with long-term teaching aspirations.                                                                                            
REPRESENTATIVE  TUCK  suggested  that  it is  "cheaper"  for  the                                                               
school district to  hire the temporary employee  than a long-term                                                               
employee  receiving benefits  under  collective  bargaining.   He                                                               
suggested that  it is  illogical to  hire temporary  employees if                                                               
the school district wants long-term employees.                                                                                  
REPRESENTATIVE  TUCK  stated  that  with  the  Senate's  cuts  to                                                               
education, there  will be an  estimated 700  teachers terminated.                                                               
He maintained  if that occurs,  Alaska may have teachers  to fill                                                               
the shortage.                                                                                                                   
4:44:56 PM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  LEDOUX referred  to the  statement:   Some people                                                               
realize after retirement that they want  to go back to work.  She                                                               
asked if there  is a way that a person  could re-enter the school                                                               
system,  not  take  retirement benefits,  and  become  a  regular                                                               
employee again,  or if once  the person has retired,  "there's no                                                               
going back."                                                                                                                    
MR.  WOOTEN  answered  that  a   retired  teacher  can  come  off                                                               
retirement and go back into the system.                                                                                         
REPRESENTATIVE  LEDOUX  maintained  if  that  is  the  case,  the                                                               
proposed legislation is unnecessary.                                                                                            
MR.  WOOTEN stated  that the  magnitude of  the problem  of being                                                               
unable to fill positions is great.   He relayed his experience at                                                               
Kodiak:  when he served on  the school board 30 years ago, school                                                               
administrators  were able  to fill  every position  from the  job                                                               
fair in  Anchorage; when  he got  off the  school board  25 years                                                               
later,  the administrators  needed  to attend  eight  to ten  job                                                               
fairs across  the country to  find teachers.  He  maintained that                                                               
the teacher  shortage in Alaska is  huge, and it is  a nationwide                                                               
shortage as well.   He said that he doubts  very seriously that a                                                               
retired  teacher receiving  retirement  pay would  be willing  to                                                               
give up the  retirement pay to re-enter the system  if he/she had                                                               
the opportunity to draw both retirement and a contracted salary.                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  LEDOUX  maintained that  was  the  point she  was                                                               
making.   The proposed legislation would  incentivize retirement,                                                               
because the  teacher could retire,  take some time off,  and come                                                               
back and receive both a salary  and retirement.  She said without                                                               
HB 224, the teacher would need to decide to stay or not stay.                                                                   
[HB 224 was held over.]                                                                                                         

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
HB235 Sponsor Statement 4.17.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
HB 235
HB235 Supporting Document NCSL Awards for Law Enforcement or First Responders 4.17.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
HB 235
HB235 Letter of Support - Juneau Police Department 4.17.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
HB 235
HB235 Letter of Support Public Safety Employees Association 4.17.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB235 Letter of support - Chief Martines Fairbanks Airport 4.15.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB235 Letter of Support - City and Borough of Juneau 4.16.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB235 ver D 4.17.17.PDF HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB0125 ver 30LS0467D 3.27.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB0125 Sponsor Statement 3.27.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB0125 Letter of Support 002 4.17.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB0125 Letter of Support 001 Berkowitz 4.17.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB0125 Letters of Support 4.17.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB 224 Sponsor Statement 4.18.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB 224 Sectional Analysis 4.18.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB244 Fiscal Note DOA 4.15.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB 224 Letter of Support Nikiski.PDF HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB 224 Letter of Support Juneau.PDF HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB 224 Letter of Support Dillingham.PDF HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB235 Letter of Support ACOA 4.17.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB235 Fiscal Note DPS 4.17.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB235 Letter of Support ASARA 4.18.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB235 Letter of Support Anchorage Police Dept 4.12.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB224 Letter of Support Nome Public Schools 4.18.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB224 Letters of Support 4.18.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB 224 Letter of Support Hoonah City Schools 4.18.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB 224 Letter of Support Southwest Region 4.18.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB235 Letter of Support APDEA 4.18.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB 224 Supporting Document - Letter LYSD 5.19.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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HB 224 Supporting Document - Letter NWABSD 5.19.17.pdf HSTA 4/18/2017 3:00:00 PM
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