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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 24. Legislature
- Chapter 60. Standards of Conduct
- Section 178. Recommended Sanctions.
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AS 24.60.178. Recommended Sanctions.
- (a) When the committee finds that a person has violated this chapter, the committee may recommend appropriate sanctions,
including sanctions set out in (b) of this section.
- (b) The sanctions that the committee may recommend include
- (1) imposition of a civil penalty of not more than $5,000 for each offense or twice the amount improperly gained,
whichever is greater;
- (2) divestiture of specified assets or withdrawal from specified associations;
- (3) additional, detailed disclosure, either as a public disclosure or as a confidential disclosure to the committee;
- (4) in the case of a legislative employee, suspension of employment with or without pay for a stated period of time or
until stated conditions are met, or termination from legislative employment;
- (5) restitution of property or reimbursement of improperly received benefits;
- (6) public or private written reprimand;
- (7) censure, including, in the case of a legislator, removal from a leadership position or committee membership and a
determination that the legislator will not be appointed to serve in a leadership position or on a committee during the
remainder of that legislature;
- (8) placing the person on probationary status;
- (9) in the case of a legislator, expulsion from the house of the legislature;
- (10) any other appropriate measure.
- (c) In addition to or in place of a sanction recommended under (b) of this section, the committee may recommend that the
subject of a complaint be required to pay all or a portion of the costs related to the investigation and adjudication
of a complaint.
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