Alaska Statutes.
Title 26. Military Affairs, Veterans, and Disasters
Chapter 23. Disasters
Section 210. Relationship to Homeland Security and Civil Defense Laws.
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AS 26.23.210. Relationship to Homeland Security and Civil Defense Laws.

(a) In the event of a conflict between this chapter and AS 26.20, including in the event the governor declares a disaster under this chapter due to an attack or credible threat of imminent enemy or terrorist attack as described in AS 26.23.900 (2), the provisions of this chapter shall govern.

(b) The provisions of AS 26.20.140 , providing for immunity of government, employees, and other authorized persons in certain circumstances, apply when the entities or persons covered by AS 26.20.140 perform duties under AS 26.23.010 - 26.23.220, except as otherwise provided in AS 26.23.136 for entities or other persons providing assistance to the state under a compact in a form substantially as contained in AS 26.23.136 .

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