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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 24. Legislature
- Chapter 60. Standards of Conduct
- Section 210. Deadlines For Filing of Disclosure Statements.
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AS 24.60.210. Deadlines For Filing of Disclosure Statements.
- (a) A person required to file a disclosure statement under AS 24.60.200 shall file an annual report with the Alaska
Public Offices Commission, covering the previous calendar year, containing the disclosures required by AS 24.60.200
, on or before March 15 of each year, except that a person appointed as a legislator under AS 15.40, a public member of the committee, or a legislative director
must file within 30 days after the person's appointment. In addition, a person subject to this subsection shall, within
90 days after leaving service as a legislator, legislative director, or public member of the committee, file a final
report containing the disclosures required of the person by AS 24.60.200 for the period that begins on the last day of
the last period for which the person filed a report required by that section and ends on the date of the person's last
day of service.
- (b) Notwithstanding (a) of this section, a public member and a public member nominee of the committee shall file an annual
report with the Alaska Public Offices Commission, covering the previous calendar year, containing the disclosures
required by AS 24.60.200
, on or before the second Monday in January of each year.
- (c) [Effective January 1, 2009]. The Alaska Public Offices Commission shall require that the
reports required under this section be submitted electronically but may, when circumstances warrant an exception, accept
any information required under this section that is typed in clear and legible black typeface or hand-printed in dark
ink on paper in a format approved by the commission or on forms provided by the commission and that is filed with the
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