Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 5. Administration of Public Health and Related Laws
Section 30. Cooperation With Federal Government.
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AS 18.05.030. Cooperation With Federal Government.

The department shall

(1) cooperate with the federal government in matters of mutual concern pertaining to public health, the control of communicable diseases, maternal and child health and crippled children, and other matters within the scope of this title;

(2) make reports, in the form and containing the information the federal government requires;

(3) cooperate with the federal government, its agencies or instrumentalities in establishing, extending, and strengthening services for the protection of the public health, and receive and expend funds and receive, utilize, and maintain equipment and facilities made available to the department by a department or agency of the federal government, the government of the state or its political subdivisions, and a person or nonofficial agency.

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