Representative Bryce Edgmon D-37, Dillingham
Session Info:State Capitol, Room 410
Juneau, AK 99801-1182
Interim Info:716 W 4th Avenue, Suite 620
Anchorage AK, 99501-2133
Toll Free: 800-898-4451
Elected to the House:2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014
|Date/Place of Birth:|
May 3, 1961
Dillingham: 1961 - present
Wife: MelodyChildren: Evan, Emma, Magy Elliott
Dillingham High School
University of Alaska Anchorage, B.B.A.
|Other Political and Government Positions:|
Former Chair, City of Dillingham Planning Commission; Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission
|Business and Professional Positions:|
Board chairman, Choggiung Ltd.
Former board member, Southwest Alaska Vocational Education Center
Former COO, Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation
Family, music, hunting, fishing.
HB 128 - Alaska Wild Salmon DaySponsored by Rep. Bryce Edgmon
An Act establishing August 10 of each year as Alaska Wild Salmon Day.
Status: (H) Calendar 3/31 : 2015-03-30
HB 154 - Civil Legal Services FundSponsored by Rep. Bryce Edgmon
An Act allowing appropriations to the civil legal services fund from court filing fees.
Status: (H) JUD : 2015-03-20
HCR 1 - Governor: Tribal Sovereignty And Juris.Sponsored by Rep. Bryce Edgmon
Urging the Governor to acknowledge officially the sovereignty of Alaska tribal governments, to create clear and consistent policies for increased state collaboration and partnership with tribes, and to direct the attorney general to conduct a complete review of the state's litigation against Alaska Native tribes; urging the Governor to acknowledge the inherent criminal jurisdiction of Alaska tribal governments over tribal members within the boundaries of their villages; urging the Governor to cooperate with tribes' efforts to transfer Native land to trust; and urging the Governor to support multilateral negotiations between tribal governments, nontribal municipalities, and the state government to delineate clearly tribal geographical jurisdictions.
Status: (H) JUD : 2015-03-11
HJR 3 - Congress: Native Tribal Juris. & AuthoritySponsored by Rep. Bryce Edgmon
Urging members of the Alaska delegation to the United States Congress to introduce substantially similar legislation to the Alaska Safe Families and Villages Act of 2013; urging the United States Congress to affirm the criminal jurisdiction of Alaska tribal governments over tribal members within the boundaries of their villages; urging the United States Congress to cooperate with tribes' efforts to transfer Native land to trust; and supporting multilateral negotiations between tribal governments, nontribal municipalities, and the state and federal governments to delineate clearly tribal geographical jurisdictions.
Status: (H) JUD : 2015-03-11
HJR 7 - Oppose Aleutian National Marine SanctuaryPassed Legislature! Await Transmit To Governor
Sponsored by Rep. Bryce Edgmon
Opposing the proposed designation of an Aleutian Islands National Marine Sanctuary.
Version: CSHJR 7(FSH)
Status: Await Transmit To Governor : 2015-03-25
HB 1 - State Arctic PolicyPassed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Bob Herron
An Act declaring the Arctic policy of the state.
Version: CSHB 1(EDA) AM
Status: (S) RLS : 2015-03-04
HB 39 - Publ Empl Health Ins; Wellness CommitteeSponsored by Rep. Paul Seaton
An Act establishing the Advisory Committee on Wellness; and relating to the administration of state group health insurance policies.
Status: (H) FIN : 2015-02-06
HB 48 - Establish May 31 As Katie John DaySponsored by Rep. Neal Foster
An Act establishing May 31 of each year as Katie John Day.
Status: (H) STA : 2015-01-21
HB 64 - Eliminate Daylight Saving TimeSponsored by Rep. Mike Hawker
An Act exempting the state from daylight saving time; and providing for an effective date.
Status: (H) STA : 2015-01-21
HB 101 - Muni Bond Bank Loans To Reg Health OrgsSponsored by Rep. Bob Herron
An Act relating to the Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority; authorizing the Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority to issue bonds or notes for a regional health organization; and providing for an effective date.
Status: (H) FIN : 2015-02-11
HB 142 - Establish Elders' DayPassed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Neal Foster
An Act establishing Elders' Day.
Status: (S) STA : 2015-03-30
HB 147 - Animals: Protection/ Release/ CustodySponsored by Rep. Liz Vazquez
An Act relating to the investigation of cruelty to animals complaints; relating to the seizure of animals; relating to the destruction of animals; relating to a bond or security posted for the costs of care for an animal; relating to the inclusion of an animal in a protective order and the crimes and arrests for violating that protective order; and relating to the ownership of an animal upon divorce or dissolution of marriage.
Status: (H) JUD : 2015-03-16
HCR 10 - Maritime Workforce DevelopmentSponsored by Rep. Louise Stutes
Supporting the Alaska Maritime Workforce Development Industry Advisory Committee and further efforts to carry out the Alaska Maritime Workforce Development Plan.
Status: (H) FSH : 2015-03-18
HJR 6 - Federal Contamination Of ANCSA LandsPassed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Charisse Millett
Supporting the introduction and enactment of federal legislation acknowledging that the federal government is financially responsible under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act for the remediation of contaminated land subject to conveyance under the Act; urging the United States Department of the Interior to implement the six recommendations to identify and clean up the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act lands in its 1998 report to the United States Congress; and urging the President of the United States and the United States Congress to remediate and make free from pollutants lands in the state conveyed under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.
Status: (S) RLS : 2015-03-20