Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 20. Agencies of the Legislature
Section 281. Special Audit.
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AS 24.20.281. Special Audit.

A member of the legislature may, in writing and with at least six days notice, request that the budget and audit committee direct a special audit of any state agency or determine the propriety of any expenditure of state funds received by any political subdivision or other entity obtaining state funds. Should a majority of the committee vote to approve the request, the legislative audit division shall make the audit.

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