Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 60. Standards of Conduct
Section 85. Restrictions On Earned Income and Honoraria.
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AS 24.60.085. Restrictions On Earned Income and Honoraria.

(a) A legislator or legislative employee may not

(1) seek or accept compensation for personal services that is significantly greater than the value of the services rendered taking into account the higher rates generally charged by specialists in a profession; or

(2) accept a payment of anything of value, except for actual and necessarily incurred travel expenses, for an appearance or speech by the legislator or legislative employee; this paragraph does not apply to the salary paid to a legislator or legislative employee for making an appearance or speech as part of the legislator's or legislative employee's normal course of employment.

(b) Notwithstanding (a) of this section, a legislator or legislative employee may accept a payment for an appearance or speech if the appearance or speech is not connected with the person's legislative status.

(c) During the term for which elected or appointed, a legislator may not, directly or by authorizing another to act on the legislator's behalf, accept or agree to accept compensation, except from the State of Alaska, for work associated with legislative action, administrative action, or political action. Notwithstanding AS 24.60.990 , in this subsection, "administrative action" and "legislative action" have the meanings given in AS 24.45.171 .

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