Last week, the Alaska Legislature sent three bills of interest to the Governor's office, for signature into law.
A modification to the self-defense law. The law includes a list of places (like one's residence or place of work) where a person is exempt from the duty to retreat. HB 24 adds the phrase, "or in any other place where the person has a right to be."
An act prohibiting State or municipal agencies from using assets to implement any Federal regulations which would infringe on the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
An act giving the Alaska Attorney General the authority to review federal Executive Orders for compliance with the U.S. Constitution, and authorizing the A.G. to recommend to the State Legislature that any such orders be countermanded, and that the A.G. can sue the Federal government to block such orders.