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Alaska Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
April 13, 2014 HB 384 Increases Minimum Wage Bill Passed - House
(21 - 19)
April 13, 2014 SB 49 Prohibits Certain State Funded Abortions Bill Passed - House
(23 - 17)
April 9, 2014 HB 383 Authorizes the Governor to Appoint Non-Residents to Certain Agency Boards Bill Passed - House
(27 - 12)
April 7, 2014 HB 278 Increases Per Student Allocation of State Funding to Local Schools Bill Passed - House
(29 - 11)
March 17, 2014 Amdt 1 Exempts Same-Sex Partners of Military Members from Driver's License Requirements Amendment Rejected - House
(14 - 22)
Did Not Vote
April 13, 2013 SB 21 Amends the Oil Industry Tax Rate Structure Bill Passed - House
(24 - 15)
April 13, 2013 SB 21 Amends the Oil Industry Tax Rate Structure Bill Passed - House
(27 - 12)
April 4, 2013 HB 162 Amends Teacher Tenure Policy Bill Passed - House
(28 - 10)
March 22, 2013 HB 24 Expands the Use of Deadly Force in Self-Defense Bill Passed - House
(29 - 4)
March 4, 2013 HB 77 Authorizes Natural Resources Commissioner to Issue General Permits Bill Passed - House
(31 - 6)
Feb. 25, 2013 HB 69 Exempts Firearms from Federal Regulation Bill Passed - House
(31 - 5)
Feb. 6, 2013 HB 80 Amends Cruise Ship Wastewater Discharge Permits Bill Passed - House
(27 - 10)

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