|Bill Name:||House Bill 186
|Type:||Firearms Freedom Act
|Requested Patriot Action:||
This bill has passed the house and senate. Email your Governor and encourage him to sign this bill.
Senate Judiciary Committee:
Chair: French 465-3892
V Chair: Wielechowski 465-2435
Mem: Egan 465-4947
Mem: McGuire 465-2995
Mem: Therriault 465-4797
In Recess: 4/20/09 to 1/18/10
House and Senate Convine 1:00 PM, Tuesday, January 19, 2010
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|Status:||Awaiting transmittal to the Gov 4/16/2010
|Passed House committee:||Y
|Passed Senate committee:||Y
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This bill Passed House 32-7. It will go to the senate in Jan 2010.
Jrn-Date Jrn-Page Action
03/12/09 0442 (H) READ THE FIRST TIME - REFERRALS
03/12/09 0442 (H) JUD, FIN
04/06/09 0761 (H) COSPONSOR(S): LYNN, GATTO
04/07/09 0773 (H) JUD RPT CS(JUD) 4DP 2NR
04/07/09 0773 (H) DP: LYNN, COGHILL, GATTO, RAMRAS
04/07/09 0773 (H) NR: GRUENBERG, HOLMES
04/07/09 0773 (H) FN1: INDETERMINATE(LAW)
04/07/09 0787 (H) COSPONSOR(S): RAMRAS
04/11/09 0913 (H) COSPONSOR(S): AUSTERMAN, STOLTZE, HAWKER
04/13/09 0922 (H) FIN RPT CS(FIN) 5DP 5NR
04/13/09 0922 (H) DP: KELLY, AUSTERMAN, FAIRCLOUGH, HAWKER, STOLTZE
04/13/09 0922 (H) NR: THOMAS, GARA, CRAWFORD, SALMON, JOULE
04/13/09 0923 (H) FN2: INDETERMINATE(LAW)
04/15/09 0992 (H) RULES TO CALENDAR 4/15/2009
04/15/09 0992 (H) READ THE SECOND TIME
04/15/09 0992 (H) FIN CS ADOPTED UNAN CONSENT
04/15/09 0993 (H) ADVANCED TO THIRD READING 4/16 CALENDAR
04/15/09 1015 (H) COSPONSOR(S): DAHLSTROM, JOHNSON, MILLETT
04/16/09 1033 (H) READ THE THIRD TIME CSHB 186(FIN)
04/16/09 1033 (H) RETURN TO SECOND FOR AM 1 UNAN CONSENT
04/16/09 1033 (H) AM NO 1 ADOPTED Y36 N2 E1 A1
04/16/09 1034 (H) AUTOMATICALLY IN THIRD READING
04/16/09 1034 (H) PASSED Y32 N7 E1
04/16/09 1035 (H) OLSON NOTICE OF RECONSIDERATION
04/16/09 1035 (H) RECON TAKEN UP SAME DAY UC
04/16/09 1035 (H) PASSED ON RECONSIDERATION Y32 N7 E1
04/16/09 1043 (H) COSPONSOR(S): NEUMAN
04/16/09 1044 (H) TRANSMITTED TO (S)
04/16/09 1044 (H) VERSION: CSHB 186(FIN) AM
04/17/09 1014 (S) READ THE FIRST TIME - REFERRALS
04/17/09 1014 (S) JUD, FIN
02/01/10 1381 (H) COSPONSOR(S): HARRIS
02/03/10 1410 (H) COSPONSOR(S): T.WILSON
02/26/10 1659 (S) JUD RPT 2DP 1NR
02/26/10 1659 (S) DP: COGHILL, WIELECHOWSKI
02/26/10 1659 (S) NR: FRENCH
02/26/10 1659 (S) FN3: INDETERMINATE(LAW)
04/14/10 2326 (S) FIN RPT 5DP 1NR
04/14/10 2326 (S) DP: HOFFMAN, HUGGINS, THOMAS, EGAN, ELLIS
04/14/10 2326 (S) NR: OLSON
04/14/10 2326 (S) FN3: INDETERMINATE(LAW)
04/16/10 2400 (S) RULES TO CALENDAR 4/16/2010
04/16/10 2400 (S) READ THE SECOND TIME
04/16/10 2400 (S) ADVANCED TO THIRD READING UNAN CONSENT
04/16/10 2400 (S) READ THE THIRD TIME CSHB 186(FIN) AM
04/16/10 2400 (S) CROSS SPONSOR(S): DYSON, WAGONER, THOMAS, BUNDE, ELLIS, MCGUIRE, MEYER, EGAN
04/16/10 2400 (S) WIELECHOWSKI, MENARD, HUGGINS, STEVENS
04/16/10 2400 (S) PASSED Y18 N1 E1
04/16/10 2400 (S) RETURN TO (H), TRANSMIT TO GOV NEXT
04/16/10 2400 (S) VERSION: CSHB 186(FIN) AM
04/16/10 2368 (H) AWAITING TRANSMITTAL TO GOV
Alaska State Constitution
Adopted by the Constitutional Convention February 5, 1956
Ratified by the People of Alaska April 24, 1956
Became Operative with the Formal Proclamation of Statehood January 3, 1959.
We the people of Alaska, grateful to God and to those who founded our nation and pioneered this great land, in order to secure and transmit to succeeding generations our heritage of political, civil, and religious liberty within the Union of States, do ordain and establish this constitution for the State of Alaska.
Article 1 - Declaration of Rights
§ 1. Inherent Rights
This constitution is dedicated to the principles that all persons have a natural right to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness, and the enjoyment of the rewards of their own industry; that all persons are equal and entitled to equal rights, opportunities, and protection under the law; and that all persons have corresponding obligations to the people and to the State.
§ 2. Source of Government
All political power is inherent in the people. All government originates with the people, is founded upon their will only, and is instituted solely for the good of the people as a whole.
§ 3. Civil Rights
No person is to be denied the enjoyment of any civil or political right because of race, color, creed, sex, or national origin. The legislature shall implement this section. [Amended 1972]
§ 4. Freedom of Religion
No law shall be made respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.
§ 5. Freedom of Speech
Every person may freely speak, write, and publish on all subjects, being responsible for the abuse of that right.
§ 6. Assembly; Petition
The right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government shall never be abridged.
§ 7. Due Process
No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law. The right of all persons to fair and just treatment in the course of legislative and executive investigations shall not be infringed.
§ 8. Grand Jury
No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand jury, except in cases arising in the armed forces in time of war or public danger. Indictment may be waived by the accused. In that case the prosecution shall be by information. The grand jury shall consist of at least twelve citizens, a majority of whom concurring may return an indictment. The power of grand juries to investigate and make recommendations concerning the public welfare or safety shall never be suspended.
§ 9. Jeopardy and Self-Incrimination
No person shall be put in jeopardy twice for the same offense. No person shall be compelled in any criminal proceeding to be a witness against himself.
§ 10. Treason
Treason against the State consists only in levying war against it, or in adhering to its enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason, unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court.
§ 11. Rights of Accused
In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall have the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of twelve, except that the legislature may provide for a jury of not more than twelve nor less than six in courts not of record. The accused is entitled to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be released on bail, except for capital offenses when the proof is evident or the presumption great; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense.
§ 12. Criminal Administration
Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. Criminal administration shall be based upon the following: the need for protecting the public, community condemnation of the offender, the rights of victims of crimes, restitution from the offender, and the principle of reformation. [Amended 1994]
§ 13. Habeas Corpus
The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in cases of rebellion or actual or imminent invasion, the public safety requires it.
§ 14. Searches and Seizures
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses and other property, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated. No warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
§ 15. Prohibited State Action
No bill of attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed. No law impairing the obligation of contracts, and no law making any irrevocable grant of special privileges or immunities shall be passed. No conviction shall work corruption of blood or forfeiture of estate.
§ 16. Civil Suits; Trial by Jury
In civil cases where the amount in controversy exceeds two hundred fifty dollars, the right of trial by a jury of twelve is preserved to the same extent as it existed at common law. The legislature may make provision for a verdict by not less than three-fourths of the jury and, in courts not of record, may provide for a jury of not less than six or more than twelve.
§ 17. Imprisonment for Debt
There shall be no imprisonment for debt. This section does not prohibit civil arrest of absconding debtors.
§ 18. Eminent Domain
Private property shall not be taken or damaged for public use without just compensation.
§ 19. Right to Keep and Bear Arms
A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. The individual right to keep and bear arms shall not be denied or infringed by the State or a political subdivision of the State. [Amended 1994]
§ 20. Quartering Soldiers
No member of the armed forces shall in time of peace be quartered in any house without the consent of the owner or occupant, or in time of war except as prescribed by law. The military shall be in strict subordination to the civil power.
§ 21. Construction
The enumeration of rights in this constitution shall not impair or deny others retained by the people.
§ 22. Right of Privacy
The right of the people to privacy is recognized and shall not be infringed. The legislature shall implement this section. [Amended 1972]
§ 23. Resident Preference
This constitution does not prohibit the State from granting preferences, on the basis of Alaska residence, to residents of the State over nonresidents to the extent permitted by the Constitution of the United States. [Amended 1988]
§ 24. Rights of Crime Victims
Crime victims, as defined by law, shall have the following rights as provided by law: the right to be reasonably protected from the accused through the imposition of appropriate bail or conditions of release by the court; the right to confer with the prosecution; the right to be treated with dignity, respect, and fairness during all phases of the criminal and juvenile justice process; the right to timely disposition of the case following the arrest of the accused; the right to obtain information about and be allowed to be present at all criminal or juvenile proceedings where the accused has the right to be present; the right to be allowed to be heard, upon request, at sentencing, before or after conviction or juvenile adjudication, and at any proceeding where the accused's release from custody is considered; the right to restitution from the accused; and the right to be informed, upon request, of the accused's escape or release from custody before or after conviction or juvenile adjudication. [Amended 1994]
§ 25. Marriage
To be valid or recognized in this State, a marriage may exist only between one man and one woman. [Amended 1998]