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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 24. Legislature
- Chapter 5. In General
- Section 150. Adjournment.
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. Organization of a First Regular Session; New Members.
AS 24.05.150. Adjournment.
- (a) Neither house may recess or adjourn for longer than three days unless the other concurs. If the two houses cannot
agree on the time for adjournment and either house certifies the disagreement to the governor, the governor may adjourn
the legislature by issuing an executive order and transmitting a copy of it to the president or secretary of the senate
and speaker or chief clerk of the house of representatives.
- (b) The legislature shall adjourn from a regular session within 90 consecutive calendar days, including the day the
legislature first convenes in that regular session.
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