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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
- Chapter 20. Alaska Employment Security Act
- Section 354. State Interim Benefits.
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AS 23.20.354. State Interim Benefits.
- (a) There is established a state interim benefits program. State interim benefits are payable only to the extent that
money is appropriated from the general fund for that purpose.
- (b) An individual who has otherwise satisfied the requirements of this chapter for the receipt of regular benefits is
eligible for state interim benefits if
- (1) the individual's weekly benefit amount payable under this chapter is reduced or denied under AS 23.20.381
- (2) the individual is a noncertificated individual who provides compensated service to a school district for teaching
indigenous languages and the individual's weekly benefit amount payable under this chapter is reduced or denied under
- (c) The amount of state interim benefits payable to an individual for a week is equal to the difference between the
individual's weekly benefit amount, including the dependents allowance, established under AS 23.20.350
and the individual's weekly benefit amount, including the dependents allowance, payable for that week under AS 23.20.381
(e) or 23.20.381(h). The total amount of state interim
benefits paid may not exceed the total amount of regular benefits denied solely under AS 23.20.381(e) or 23.20.381(h).
- (d) State interim benefits are subject to reduction, disqualification, recoupment, and offset in the same manner as
regular benefits under this chapter.
- (e) Extended, additional, or supplemental benefits of any kind are not payable on the basis of a claim for, or the payment
of, state interim benefits. State interim benefits may not be used to supplement a reduction or denial of extended,
additional, or supplemental benefits.
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