Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 10. Officers, Employees, and Compensation
Section 20. Presiding Officers Pro Tempore.
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AS 24.10.020. Presiding Officers Pro Tempore.

The majority leader of each house serves as the presiding officer pro tempore of that house if the elected presiding officer resigns, becomes incapacitated, or dies. The presiding officer pro tempore is authorized to perform the duties of that office until the house elects a regular presiding officer, and the election shall be made the order of business of the house at the earliest appropriate hour.

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