Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 5. In General
Section 184. Termination of Interim Committee Membership.
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AS 24.05.184. Termination of Interim Committee Membership.

When a member of the legislature who serves on a committee created during a between-session interim by either house or its presiding officers, the legislative council or the Legislative Budget and Audit Committee, files a declaration of candidacy for an elective office other than that of member of either house of the legislature, and the member has not resigned from membership on the interim committee, the member's interim committee membership terminates on the date of filing.


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