Bills We're Tracking

Bills of Interest 32nd Alaska Legislature

UA Government tracks state legislation relating to UA and our mission. 

SESSION ONE:

Prefiled Legislation – First Batch Release

HB 14  Rep. Thompson
Relating to occupational licensing; relating to temporary licenses and permits; relating to certification of teachers; and providing for an effective date.

HB 15  Rep. Thompson
Relating to occupational licensing; relating to temporary licenses and permits; relating to certification of teachers; and providing for an effective date.

HB 18  Rep. Kreiss-Tomkins
Relating to national board certification for public school teachers.

HB 19  Rep. Kreiss-Tomkins
Relating to instruction in a language other than English; and establishing limited language immersion teacher certificates. 

HB 21  Rep. Wool
Relating to the Board of Regents of the University of Alaska. 

HB 48  Rep. Story
Relating to eligibility for the Alaska performance scholarship program.

SB 8  Sen. Begich
Relating to early education programs provided by school districts; relating to school age eligibility; relating to funding for early education programs; establishing early education programs and a voluntary parent program; relating to the duties of the Department of Education and Early Development; relating to certification of teachers; establishing a reading intervention program for public school students enrolled in grades kindergarten through three; establishing a reading program in the Department of Education and Early Development; establishing a teacher retention working group; and providing for an effective date.

SB 10  Sen. Begich
Establishing a grant program to provide to essential workers the tuition and fees to attend a state-supported postsecondary educational institution.

SB 13  Sen. Begich
Relating to oil and gas exploration, production, and pipeline transportation property taxes; and providing for an effective date.

SB 17  Sen. Begich
Relating to the retrofitting of certain public facilities and community facilities; relating to the performance of energy audits on schools and community facilities; relating to the duties of the Alaska Energy Authority and the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation; creating a rapid economic recovery office in the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority; and relating to the state energy policy and energy source reporting by state agencies.

SB 20  Sen. Stevens
Relating to recognition of certificates of out-of-state teachers.

SB 32  Sen. Stevens
Establishing the Alaska middle college program for public school students; and relating to the powers of the University of Alaska.

SB 36  Sen. Stevens
Relating to reporting requirements of the Board of Regents of the University of Alaska. 

SB 6 – Sen. Kawasaki
Relating to retirement incentives for members of the defined benefit retirement plan of the teachers' retirement system and the defined benefit retirement plan of the Public Employees' Retirement System of Alaska; and providing for an effective date.

HB 55  Rep. Josephson
Relating to participation of certain peace officers and firefighters in the defined benefit and defined contribution plans of the Public Employees' Retirement System of Alaska; relating to eligibility of peace officers and firefighters for medical, disability, and death benefits; relating to liability of the Public Employees' Retirement System of Alaska; and providing for an effective date.