Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 20. Agencies of the Legislature
Section 65. Examination of Regulations and Opinions.
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AS 24.20.065. Examination of Regulations and Opinions.

(a) The legislative council shall annually examine administrative regulations, published opinions of state and federal courts and of the Department of Law, and final decisions adopted under AS 44.62 (Administrative Procedure Act) that rely on state statutes or the common law of the state to determine if

(1) the courts and agencies are properly implementing legislative purposes;

(2) there are court or agency expressions of dissatisfaction with state statutes or the common law of the state;

(3) the opinions, decisions, or regulations indicate unclear or ambiguous statutes;

(4) the courts have modified or revised the common law of the state.

(b) The legislative council shall prepare a comprehensive report of the annual examination with recommendations and, at the start of each regular session, notify the legislature that the report is available.

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