Alaska Statutes.
Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
Chapter 20. Alaska Employment Security Act
Section 480. Termination.
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AS 23.20.480. Termination.

(a) If the Federal Unemployment Tax Act is amended or repealed by Congress, or is held unconstitutional by the United States Supreme Court, with the result that no portion of the contributions required under this chapter may be credited against the tax imposed by the federal Act, the Department of Labor and Workforce Development shall send immediate notice of the fact to the governor of the state. Because of the danger to the welfare of the people of the state the governor may then call a special session of the legislature, if necessary, so that it may take measures to effectuate the purpose of this chapter or to end its operations.

(b) Pending the determination by the legislature, the department shall requisition from the unemployment trust fund all money in the fund to its credit. This money, together with any other money in the unemployment fund, as long as the money is available, shall be used for the payment of benefits in accordance with this chapter.

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