Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 5. In General
Section 135. Record of Proceedings.
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AS 24.05.135. Record of Proceedings.

(a) All floor sessions of each house shall be electronically recorded. However, each house may suspend this recording requirement by concurrence of two-thirds of its members when there is an equipment failure or when no recording equipment is available as a result of a natural disaster or other exigency.

(b) The legislature shall provide by uniform joint rule for the recording or reporting of committee session proceedings.

(c) As the tapes, spools, or other recording devices are filled, or as reports are completed, they shall be transferred to the state library for placement in the state archives. Reproductions shall be placed in a centrally located public library in Juneau, Anchorage, and Fairbanks, until one year after adjournment of the legislative session recorded. The division of state libraries, archives, and museums shall supply reproductions of electronic recordings at cost to any person requesting them.

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